The stars of Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic "Noah" continued their global promotional tour in Germany on Thursday, although lead actor Russell Crowe wasn't present.
Romeo and Juliet star Douglas Booth, who plays Noah's son Shem, signed autographs for eager fans.
Douglas Booth, Emma Watson and Logan Lerman
From left: Douglas Booth, Emma Watson and Logan Lerman (who also starred with Watson in The Perks of Being a Wallflower) were a dashing group as they posed for the photographers.
Emma Watson showed off her demure side in a floor-skimming navy gown by designer Wes Gordon.
The 23-year-old former Harry Potter star -- who plays Noah's daughter-in-law, Ila -- shone in the spotlight as she showed off intricate black rings.
Jennifer Connelly, who plays Naameh, the wife of Noah (Russell Crowe), signed photographs for fans.
The actress wore a high-neck black gown with a deep slit that revealed her toned legs.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower star Logan Lerman plays Ham, one of Noah's sons, in the biblical epic.
'Noah' Cast and Crew
From left: Booth, Watson, Lerman and Connelly were joined by director Darren Aronofsky, producer Scott Franklin and Ray Winstone (who plays Noah's nemesis, Tubal Cain).
British actor Ray Winstone, whose credits include Edge of Darkness and Snow White and the Huntsman, gave the film a thumbs up.
Ray Winstone and Douglas Booth
Fellow Brits Ray Winstone and Douglas Booth joked around on the red carpet.
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