All the gossip and all the fashion from the world premiere of He's Just Not That Into You
With an ensemble cast that reads like a who's who of Hollywood, the film looks set to be the smash of the season, ensuring an A-list turnout for the premiere in Los Angeles, and some seriously swanky outfits.
After spending a laidback Super Bowl weekend with on-again, off-again boyfriend John Mayer, Jennifer Aniston went classic in a Burberry tux and Salvatore Ferragamo clutch, with messy ponytail and low-key make-up, while co-star Jennifer Connolly opted for a more fashion-forward look, pairing her sequinned green Balmain minidress with gem-covered, sky-high Balmain sandals.
Short hemlines were a popular choice across the red carpet, with Drew Barrymore – who both stars in the film and acted as producer – and the movie's lead actress, Ginnifer Goodwin, also choosing above-the-knee dress styles.
Scarlett Johansson, meanwhile, was in a more feminine mood, posing coyly in a strapless, full-length floral number by Oscar de la Renta.
CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL THE STARS ON THE RED CARPET, OR WATCH THE MOVIE TRAILER BELOW…
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