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Transformers Star Watches Movie In Cornwall

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9:28am 16th July 2014
(Updated 9:28am 16th July 2014)

A star of the biggest movie in the world right now has gone to see it at Wadebridge cinema - without anyone spotting it was her.

Sophia Myles took her brother and mum on a trip to watch her in "Transformers: Age of Extinction".

The film lasted almost three hours and the star even had her photo taken next to the poster outside but mum Jane has tweeted nobody in the audience noticed.

The movie has made £440m since it was released, making it the most succesful of the year so far.

Sophia has also starred in "Thunderbirds", as Lady Penelope, "Tristan + Isolde" the Arthurian legend with its Cornish connections and played Doctor Who's love interest in an episode of the BBC drama.

Sophia Myles in Cornwall

9:28am 16th July 2014

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