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Snaps from the Source Code premiere

Duncan Jones, who broke big with his debut Moon at SXSW 09, showed up with his starry cast – Gyllenhaal! Monaghan! Farmiga! – for Friday night's Paramount premiere of new thriller Source Code. Click through for the gallery.

Jake Gyllenhaal (photo by John Anderson)

Director Duncan Jones (photo by John Anderson)

Vera Farmiga (photo by John Anderson)

Michelle Monaghan (photo by John Anderson)

Source Code screenwriter Ben Ripley (photo by John Anderson)

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SXSW Film, Source Code, Jake Gyllenhaal, Duncan Jones, Vera Farmiga, Michelle Monaghan, Ben Ripley

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