... and I've finished with 2010.

2010 was the year I left London in March to go traveling around Europe and Japan for two months, then settled in Rural NSW, Australia for the indefinite (but not actually indefinite) future.

What that meant for premieres was that I did a couple in London before I left, which covered the Jessica Alba / Ashton Kutcher movie "Valentines Day", the massively crowded and rainy World Premiere of Tim Burton's "Alice In Wonderland" and the never-before-journlised-and-you'll-quickly-see-why premiere of "The Shouting Men" . I also photographed the BRITS and the BAFTAS... but those will be journalised later, I hope.

And then, a couple of months into my self-imposed (?) exile / sentence in Australia, I learned, strangely, that Australia DOES get premieres... (just not many).

The first : the world premiere of the Australian film "Tomorrow When The World Began"
The second : the premiere of the Zac Efron movie "Charlie St Cloud" - attended by Zac Efron, no less!

Jessica Alba, Stunning, and relaxed, at the premiere of Valentines Day in London

Jessica Alba, Stunning, and relaxed, at the premiere of Valentines Day in London

Ashton Kutcher, looking very Ashton Kutcher-esque, at the same premiere...

Ashton Kutcher, looking very Ashton Kutcher-esque, at the same premiere...

The young Aussie cast of "Tomorrow When The War Began" at George Street cinemas, Sydney, Australia

The young Aussie cast of "Tomorrow When The War Began" at George Street cinemas, Sydney, Australia

Zac Efron uses his platform at the premiere of "Charlie St Cloud" to urge the young female population of Parramatta to Fight Tha Powah!!!

Zac Efron uses his platform at the premiere of "Charlie St Cloud" to urge the young female population of Parramatta to Fight Tha Powah!!!