Dane DeHaan, Rihanna, Cara Delevingne, and director Luc Besson turned it out for the “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” premiere.
Cara Delevingne embraced space with her out-of-this-world gown.
Dane DeHaan kept things a little more classic, but still with a pop of pattern.
Rihanna stole the red carpet, with a pink train fit perfectly for a princess of a thousand planets.
Chris Tucker also stopped by the “Valerian” premiere.
Kendall Jenner showed her friend Cara Delevingne some support at the premiere of “Valerian.”
Harry Shum Jr.
Harry Shum Jr. made sure to stop by the “Valerian” premiere.
Natalie Morales at the premiere of “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.”
Tara Reid took a break from fighting sharks and/or tornadoes to attend the premiere of “Valerian.”
Harry Styles, James D’Arcy, and Kenneth Branagh at the New York premiere of “Dunkirk.”
Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas
Director Christopher Nolan and his wife Emma Thomas looked smashing on the “Dunkirk” red carpet.
Jack Lowden and Aneurin Barnard
“Dunkirk” stars Jack Lowden and Aneurin Barnard relaxed a bit after the premiere.
Mark Rylance wore his signature hat for the U.S. premiere of “Dunkirk.”
Nolan-favorite Cillian Murphy looked handsome as always on the “Dunkirk” red carpet.
Fionn Whitehead chose black for the premiere of “Dunkirk.”
Kenneth Branagh at the NYC premiere of “Dunkirk.”
Harry Styles embraced his dance with Hollywood by attending the “Dunkirk” premiere.
Director Gillian Robespierre, Jenny Slate, and writer-producer Elisabeth Holm held hands at the premiere of “Landline.”
Jenny Slate strikes a pose on the “Landline” red carpet.
John Turturro at the premiere of “Landline.”
Abby Quinn laced up for the “Landline” premiere.
Paul Bettany, Sam Worthington, and Jane Lynch attend the premiere of “Manhunt: The Unabomber.”
Brian D’Arcy James and Greg Yaitanes
Brian D’Arcy James and director-exec producer Greg Yaitanes hung out after the premiere of “Manhunt: The Unabomber.”
“Stranger Things” star Natalia Dyer managed to find some color at the “Manhunt” premiere.
“Orange Is the New Black” star Alysia Reiner also showed up for the “Unabomber” red carpet.
Julia Garner, Jason Bateman, Sofia Hublitz, Laura Linney, Skylar Gaertner, and Jason Butler Harner attend the premiere of “Ozark.”
Laura Linney controlled the “Ozark” red carpet in her black power suit.
Jason Bateman matched his co-star, Laura Linney, in all black.
Jason Bateman got wild — literally — with a bird of prey at the premiere of Netflix’s “Ozark.”
Cary Fukunaga kept things casual at the “Ozark” premiere.
Tom Corson, Elliot Groffman, and Coran Capshaw
Tom Corson, COO of RCA Records, Elliot Groffman, and Red Light Management founder Coran Capshaw posed for a photo at the City of Hope’s Spirit of Life campaign kickoff event.
Jon Salter, Jason Weinstock, Coran Capshaw, and Will Botwin
Jon Salter, general manager of ATO Records hung out with Red Light Management executive vice president Jason Weinstock, founder Coran Capshaw, and president and CEO Will Botwin at the City of Hope’s Spirit of Life campaign kickoff event.
Elliot Groffman, Michele Anthony, Bruce Resnikoff, and Larry Vallon
Elliot Groffman, Michele Anthony, executive vice president of Universal Music Group, Bruce Resnikoff, CEO of Universal Music Enterprises, and Larry Vallon, vice president of AEG at the City of Hope event.
Rick Sackheim, Daniel Glass, and Steve Bartels
Rick Sackheim, Daniel Glass, and Steve Bartels, CEO of Def Jam Recordings, celebrate the Spirit of Life campaign kickoff.
Gil Robertson, Rob Hardy, Reuben Cannon, Roger Bobb and Jesse Walton Jr.
TV and film producer Rob Hardy was honored at AAFCA SYNERGY program, presented by AAFCA president Gil Robertson (left) and the African American Film Critics Association, at Bobbcat Films in Atlanta.
Patrick Stewart and TJ Miller
Sir Patrick Stewart and TJ Miller at “The Emoji Movie” premiere on Saturday.
Anna Faris and Jack Pratt
Anna Faris and Jack Pratt enjoying their time on “The Emoji Movie” carpet.
James Corden and Tom Rothman
James Corden and chairman of Sony Pictures Tom Rothman stop for a photo at “The Emoji Movie” premiere.