Robin Wright Wears Provocative Backless Dress At House Of Cards Screening In London

Robin Wright in Provocative Backless Dress
Robin Wright Wears Provocative Backless Dress At House Of Cards Screening In London

If there was any doubt over who was the star of the show, Robin Wright ended them on Thursday night.

The sultry actress looked absolutely stunning as she dressed in an extremely provocative outfit in Leicester Square, London.Robin, 46, dared to bare more as she attended the launch of Netflix Original Series, House Of Cards.The risk of showing a bit of side-boob didn’t put her off from wearing the revealing dress that showed off her slim figure and exposed her back.Robin’s elegant dress featured a white silk halterneck with a collar to make it resemble some sort of shirt.

The waist was made of black lace and the rest of the frock fell to the floor while accentuating her long legs as she strutted across the red carpet.While Robin, who used to be married to actor Sean Penn, looked amazing in her dress, Kate Mara turned heads too for attention grabbing frock.The 29-year-old actress looked stunning in a canary yellow ensemble that contrasted well with the red carpet on a cold chilly night.

Kate teamed the pretty number with a pair of bronze satin peep-toe slingbacks and accesorised with a small rectangle box clutch.Leading man Kevin Spacey, screen writer Beau Willimon, and director David Fincher also joined the glamorous ladies at the screening where they watched the first two episodes of the series.Following the show lead cast members Spacey, Wright and Mara were also due to answer some questions from the audience.

House Of Cards follows the exploits of ruthless and cunning Congressman Francis Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey, and his wife Claire, played by Robin Wright, who will stop at nothing to conquer everything.The deeply dirty political drama penetrates the shadowy world of greed, sex, and corruption in modern Washington D.C.Kate Mara and Corey Stoll also co-star in the first original series from director David Fincher and screen writer Beau Willimon. – DailyMail