It was all about the girls on the red carpet in London for the world premiere of British film "18.104.22.168".
The action-packed crime-thriller is directed by English filmmaker and BAFTA winner, Noel Clarke.
It follows four teenage girls, over three days and in two different cities -- as they accidentally get involved in a major diamond heist.
Besides directing -- and appearing -- in the film, Clarke also wrote the script.
"Yeah someone said I couldn't write about girls so I decided to try it and this is the result, so maybe he's right, maybe he's wrong, I don't know, but this is what it ended up being."
American actress Emma Roberts is one of the four female leads, and plays Jo, an American girl living in London.
"She definitely goes from passive-aggressive, to a people-pleaser to a complete badass which is cool."
British actress Michelle Ryan plays the 'bad guy' -- or in this case, the film's 'femme fatale' -- who doesn't take 'no' for an answer.
"I think the heart of every character is very female and very true to this feminine side. And I think that's what's great with Noel's script, he has, he has made a script that is about strong women."
The film also stars Britons Tamsin Egerton, Ophelia Lovibond and Shanika Warren-Markland.
It opens in cinemas across the UK on June 2nd.