Portugal and Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo arrives at the London premiere of his self-titled movie surrounded by cheering fans. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: From soccer pitch to red carpet, FIFA World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo premiered his personal portrait film "Ronaldo" in London on Monday (November 9). Ronaldo reunited with his former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson on the red carpet, which also saw a late arrival from Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho. Posing with a line of fans, Ronaldo sought to break a selfie record upon arrival and was also awarded certificates for other Guinness World Records he had, including "most 'liked' person on Facebook". His agent, and close friend, Jorge Mendes also said that the film was for Ronaldo's millions of fans who will now get a chance to see the "real Cristiano". Ronaldo is also captain of Portugal's national team, which last month secured its spot for Euro 2016 in France. Asked if after his soccer playing career he might eye a position as head of FIFA or UEFA, the Real Madrid striker joked: "I am not that smart to be a president (of FIFA). I do not worry about that, what is going to happen in my future. I think I am still able to play a few more years of football but in the future I have other projects that will be more interesting than to be president, in my opinion." The film, made by the team behind documentaries on racing driver Ayrton Senna and singer Amy Winehouse, looks at his professional side as well as shows tender moments between Ronaldo and his young son.