Jennifer Lawrence looked absolutely angelic at the Passengers film premiere on Wednesday night.
The US Hunger Games actress, 26, dressed to impress as she attended the screening of her latest film in Westwood, California.A-List J-Law was confident in the princess-like strapless white Dior outfit that included a tulle skirt as she took to red carpet alongside her co-stars.
The actresses teamed the design with Christian Louboutin heels and elegant Beladora and Repossi jwellery.
Jennifer stars close by Chris Pratt in the film that sees them making a routine journey through space to another home when the pair are awakened from their suspended animation 90 years too soon, which means they face living the rest of their lives on board their malfunctioning ship alone.
The actress have been having a lots of fun time on the promo visit for the flick, and have taken awesome have a great great delight in obscuring each other’s faces from the world.
While Chris commenced the joke, trimming her out of all his Instagram snaps, Jen well and genuinely bested him when she vandalized a 15 ft high poster of the actor’s face recently.
Showing up on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday night, the Oscar-winning performing actress grabbed some dark and red spray paint, and using a tad bit of her creative style, took to destroying the Jurassic Park actor’s good looks as she set about the bus ad with happiness.
Giving him a dark mustache and mono-brow, and two terminator red eyes, she ensured she well and genuinely recovered her own on her co-star, who has spent the most last few of weeks cropping half of the stunning actress’s face out of the all of his pictures.
In spite of their joy in making each other look stupid, where it counts the match are incredible pair are great friends, with a spouting Chris as of late telling GQ magazine: “She is truly one of the greatest actresses I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. She acts like Adele.
“You just sit back and you think, damn, some people…She’s a terrible singer! But she’s a wonderful actress sings.
“She could do what needs to be done. She could simply turn it on and it strikes feeling in you, similar to a few people can simply open their mouths and sing.”