What a Nightmare! Brooklyn Beckham attends screening of classic slasher flick at Los Angeles cemetery
Brooklyn Beckham viewed a classic slasher film with pals at a Los Angeles cemetery.
The 17-year-old model attended a Cinespia screening of A Nightmare On Elm Street on Saturday at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Brooklyn kept it casual for the outdoor screening and wore a red and green plaid shirt, black jeans and black sneakers.
Cemetery screening: Brooklyn Beckham attended a screening of A Nightmare On Elm Street on Saturday at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles
He caught the horror flick with friends including Collin Leary.
Collin, 18, recently teamed up with Brooklyn to start a Kickstarter campaign to raise $5,000 to fund a collaborative three-day art show in Los Angeles.
Brooklyn took to Twitter on Wednesday to promote the Jump art show campaign.
'Me and my mates are putting together a art show. Gonna be sick,' he tweeted along with a link to their Kickstarter page.
Classic horror: The teenager was dressed casually to watch the 1984 movie starring Johnny Depp
Collin, 18, also kept it casual for the screening of the 1984 slasher film starring Johnny Depp.
The graphic artist wore a black and white striped Coca-Cola shirt, black jeans and checkered black and white Vans.
'Myself and a very talented group of young creatives have a dream for our art to be exposed to the public. I am taking it upon myself to put on an art show to help us all jump into the eyes of the public and hopefully establish new networking relationships,' Collin wrote in the Kickstarter description for their project.
Art buddies: The teenager watched the film with pals including graphic artist Collin Leary
Art show: Collin and Brooklyn launched a Kickstarter campaign recently to fund an art show
Brooklyn in addition to being a model also has been pursuing his passion for photography.
The son of English soccer star David Beckham and former Spice Girls member Victoria Beckham shot a fragrance campaign for the London-based fashion house Burberry in January.
The Kickstarter campaign for the Jump art show was set to expire on Thursday.
On the set: Brooklyn shared an Instagram post on Friday of himself shooting on a set
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