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Beyonce and JAY-Z turn premiere night into date night in London, more news

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 8: JAY-Z and Beyoncé turned the premiere of Jay's new film, "The Harder They Fall," into an excuse to share a glammed-up date night at the BFI London Film Festival on Oct. 6. When Jay -- who served as a producer on the all Black Netflix Western -- hit the red carpet in a Tom Ford tux, Bey dodged the cameras, letting her husband and the movie's stars do their thing. But judging from photos Bey shared on her Instagram, the couple had plenty of romantic moments together in the backseat of what appears to be their limo escort to the screening. Clad in what ET reports is an elegant and curve-boasting black strapless Valdrin Shahiti gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, Bey snuggles up to her husband in the pics, wearing a smile as she rests her head and soft wavy hair on his shoulder. Another snap shows the Beyoncé throwing up a rock 'n' roll salute to the camera. While Beyoncé seemed happy to support her love at the premiere, she and Jay could soon find themselves competing for the same Best Original Song Oscar. Variety reported this week that "Be Alive," the singer's contribution to Will Smith's new "King Richard" film, is already a frontrunner for an Academy Award nod. Jay, meanwhile, has two contenders in "Guns Go Bang" and "The Harder They Fall," songs he recorded for the new movie. If they both score a nod, Variety reports they'd be the first married couple to go head-to-head in the same Oscars category.

Beyonce and JAY-Z turn premiere night into date night in London

JAY-Z and Beyoncé turned the premiere of Jay's new film, "The Harder They Fall," into an excuse to share a glammed-up date night at the BFI London Film Festival on Oct. 6. When Jay -- who served as a producer on the all Black Netflix Western -- hit the red carpet in a Tom Ford tux, Bey dodged the cameras, letting her husband and the movie's stars do their thing. But judging from photos Bey shared on her Instagram, the couple had plenty of romantic moments together in the backseat of what appears to be their limo escort to the screening. Clad in what ET reports is an elegant and curve-boasting black strapless Valdrin Shahiti gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, Bey snuggles up to her husband in the pics, wearing a smile as she rests her head and soft wavy hair on his shoulder. Another snap shows the Beyoncé throwing up a rock 'n' roll salute to the camera. While Beyoncé seemed happy to support her love at the premiere, she and Jay could soon find themselves competing for the same Best Original Song Oscar. Variety reported this week that "Be Alive," the singer's contribution to Will Smith's new "King Richard" film, is already a frontrunner for an Academy Award nod. Jay, meanwhile, has two contenders in "Guns Go Bang" and "The Harder They Fall," songs he recorded for the new movie. If they both score a nod, Variety reports they'd be the first married couple to go head-to-head in the same Oscars category.

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