She plays sociopathic serial killer with a seductive edge Alice Morgan in the global Luther phenomenon.
And Ruth Wilson was every inch the superstar when she joined the leading man Idris Elba at a photocall for the upcoming fifth series of the show at the Courthouse Hotel in London on Tuesday.
The Affair actress, 36, blinded herself in a thundering hot pink dress with statement shoulder pads while reconciled to John Luther actor Idris, 46 in the star-studded light ball.
They're back! Ruth Wilson was every inch the superstar when she joined the leading man Idris Elba on Tuesday at a photocall for Luther's upcoming fifth series at the Courthouse Hotel in London
The beautiful dress presented the cleavage of the star and was embossed in her slender waist with a jeweled belt.
Then it flared into a figure-hugged skirt with a ruffled hem.
The LAMDA graduate, who picked up a Golden Globe in 2014, received a boost with brown sandals and accessorised with a pearl.
Her auburn locks were pulled back to a high bun while her beautiful facial features were enriched with feline flicks and a berry lipstick.
Work! The Affair actress, 36, was blinded in a thundering hot pink dress with statement shoulder pads while reconciled to John Luther actor Idris, 46 in the star-studded ball of light
Chemistry: Idris recently confirmed Alice's return after apparently being killed in the fourth series
Fellow praised actor Idris acted in the overcoat worn by his DCI alter-ego and wore a Reese Cooper Lone Pine Sweater paired with baggy tan chinos and khaki green trainers.
He added a stylish twist with a red hat and carried a handsome amount of stubble.
The winner of the Golden Globe was delighted when, a few weeks before the premiere of the long-awaited fifth series by Luther, he wrapped his arm around his co-star.
Plans for a fifth episode were announced 18 months ago and filming started earlier this year.
The news of Luther's return will undoubtedly be a welcome relief for fans of the thriller series, who said the 2015 two-episode special was not enough for them and begged for more.
Stunning: the chestnut brown locks of the LAMDA graduate were pulled back to a high knot while her beautiful facial features were improved with feline linings and a berry lipstick
Hunk: Fellow praised actor Idris acted in the overcoat worn by his DCI alter-ego and wore a Reese Cooper Lone Pine Sweater paired with baggy tan chinos and khaki green trainers
Idris' portrayal of the rough and ready, emotionally impulsive policeman who breaks all the rules to get his man, has shown him a Golden Globe and SAG award for the role.
After killing a cannibal series in the last series, which was broadcast in December 2015, Luther was last seen by his dumb park in London and in an uncertain future in the multi-award winning series.
Many questions remained unanswered, including what actually happened to Alice Morgan – although the new trailer suggests that this might be explained.
With John having to deal with the murders of his ex-wife Zoe and partner DS Justin Ripley together with the apparent loss of Alice, it is unclear which fresh emotional torment the obsessive DCI will have to undergo.
In a press release, the BBC recently confirmed that the three-year wait for new episodes is finally over, with the show making a comeback in the coming weeks.
Looks good: he added a stylish twist with a red hat and carried a handsome amount of stubble
Dynamic duo: the Golden Globe winners looked happy to be reunited to promote the show
Handsome: The star was in a good mood when he stepped on BBC Radio 2 earlier in the day
Smile: The actor looked happy to promote the series
Highly praised: Idris & # 39; view of the rough and ready, emotionally impulsive policeman who breaks all the rules to get his man, has given him a Golden Globe and SAG award for the role
DCI John Luther is called again to immerse himself in the deepest depths of human depravity in a new four-part series written by Neil Cross. Wunmi Mosaku joins as new recruit D.S. Catherine Halliday, & # 39; reveals the release.
While his character is known for his fierce character, Idris drew parallels between him and the detective.
When asked if anger in his life was a problem for him, the hunk insisted: "No, not really. But everyone has a temper. & # 39;
The star – known for his gray longline coat in the show – called his outerwear because he gave him the "typical Luther walk." gave.
It's what the jacket does, I think … There's a lot of walking in Luther and it looks like he's coming where he needs to be really fast.
Back together: lifting the lid on the latest series, he shared: "Alice is back after she was dead OK … We are increasing the commitment to John Luther this series. Alice is back and there are unfinished business.
& # 39; His father was in the army and there is a kind of march; it is not in the story line but is in its DNA, "he reasoned.
The Mandela actor admitted that he sometimes & # 39; disturbed & # 39; was in the story line of his character, because of the cruel killings and the distorted story of the series.
& # 39; There are many really awful ways to kill in Luther. Typically, the viewer comes with John when he walks into a murder scene.
& # 39; The audience sees what John sees. What that means is that I see what the murder spaces look like.
& # 39; If someone has cut his throat, there will be a lot of blood and a knife. No matter how beautiful it is, the make-up is designed to look realistic and I take those things home with me, he confessed.
Idris also confirmed the return of psychopath love affair Alice Morgan, who reportedly died in the fourth series.
He lifted the lid on the latest series and said: "Alice is back after she was left dead … We are increasing the commitment to John Luther this series. Alice is back and there are unfinished business. & # 39;
Writer of the beloved crime drama Neil Cross revealed that the unfinished case of Luther sealed the deal for him to bring back the compulsive agent.
In a statement, he said: "What now? It is a question Idris and I am asked a lot. What happened to John Luther after we saw him for the last time as he walked through the streets of his city, his blood-red London, unconstrained? It can not be over, right? There is so much that we do not know. So many unfinished business.
& # 39; The point is that we have asked ourselves the same question. Because we love John and wonder what he plans. And as far as I'm concerned, I'm afraid of the monsters.
& # 39; The face in front of the window. The hand under the bed. The shadow at the end of the street. Who will stop them, if not John Luther? & # 39;
Soon: with John having to deal with the murders of his ex-wife Zoe and partner DS Justin Ripley, along with the apparent loss of Alice, it is unclear which new emotional torment the obsessive DCI will have to undergo