'Haywire' Premiere Red Carpet Arrivals: Channing Tatum, Ewan McGregor, Antonio Banderas
10:00 PM PST 1/5/2012 by Philiana Ng
Ewan McGregor, Antonio Banderas and Channing Tatum were among the stars touting their new film, the Steven Soderbergh-directed "Haywire," in Los Angeles on Jan. 5. The Relativity action flick, in theaters Jan. 20, revolves around covert operative Mallory Kane (Gina Carano), who finds out she has been double-crossed.
Channing Tatum, posing for photographers on Jan. 5 at the film premiere,plays Aaron in the action thriller from director Steven Soderbergh. Tatum has several films lined up, including the sequel to G.I. Joe, 21 Jump Street and Soderbergh's upcoming film Magic Mike.
Ewan McGregor, Channing Tatum, Gina Carano and Antonio Banderas
Haywire, which was screened at the AFI Film Festival last year, marks mixed martial arts star Gina Carano's first feature film. Flanked by seasoned veterans Ewan McGregor, Channing Tatum and Antonio Banderas.
Antonio Banderas, still riding on the off Shrek spinoff Puss in Boots, and wife Melanie Griffith show their support. Griffith will topline and executive produce Lifetime drama pilot, American Housewife, which centers on a housewife who begins hearing voices.
Before starring in Haywire,Gina Carano appeared on NBC's American Gladiators reality series, which ran for two seasons, under the name "Crush."
Bill Paxton and Ewan McGregor
Starring as John Kane, Haywire marks Bill Paxton's, left, first role after HBO's Big Love ended its run in 2011. He next will appear opposite Kevin Costner in Hatfields & McCoys for the History Channel. Meanwhile, the trailer for Ewan McGregor's upcoming film Jack the Giant Killer -- slated for a summer release and a retelling of Jack & the Beanstalk -- was released.
True Blood star Joe Manganiello doesn't appear in Haywire, but he co-stars with Channing Tatum in Soderbergh's Magic Mike, loosely based on Tatum's experiences working as a male stripper.
Awards hopeful Octavia Spencer makes the rounds at the Haywire premiere. She has been nominated for a Golden Globe in the supporting actress category for her part in The Help.
Former FlashForward and Lost actor Dominic Monaghan walks the carpet.
Relativity CEO Ryan Kavanaugh stops for a photo by the official movie poster. Upcoming films on the slate include Snow White film Mirror Mirror, Movie 43 and the comedy 21 and Over.
Jenna Dewan, wife of Channing Tatum and former Playboy Club star, shows her support.
Former Dancing With the Stars contestant and actor Gilles Marini keeps it casual with a baseball cap and all-black clothing. Marini currently recurs on ABC Family's Switched at Birth.
Steven Soderbergh and Antonio Banderas
Director Steven Soderbergh reunites with actor Antonio Banderas on the carpet. Haywire, interestingly enough, is the fimmaker's 25th film.
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