Kate Beckinsale was a sight to behold at the premiere of her all-star new comedy Fool’s Paradise.
The actress, who was recently linked to actor Matt Atwater, looked heavenly in an exquisite white gown which billowed over her svelte body and fluttered onto the floor.
As it clung to her shoulders, it displayed some cleavage and bared her shoulders.
Kate’s wavy brunette hair was perfectly slicked back into a high ponytail while her youthful complexion was amplified with a flawless coat of makeup.
Kate, 49, is part of an all-star ensemble cast led by Charlie Day, who also wrote and directed the comedy that sees him play a mute mental patient who just so happens to look exactly like a major movie star.
Heavenly! Kate Beckinsale was a sight to behold at the premiere of her all-star comedy Fool’s Paradise in Hollywood on Tuesday
Kate is playing Day’s glamorous wife in the satirical romp, which brings together Ken Jeong, Adrien Brody, Common, Jason Sudeikis, Edie Falco, John Malkovich and the late Ray Liotta.
A synopsis for the film on IMDb states: ‘A fool for love becomes an accidental celebrity only to lose it all.’
Fool’s Paradise will be released in theatres on May 12, 2023.
Showing her support for the film in style, Kate looked glam in a pair of delicate, dangling ribbon earrings and a jet black manicure to ramp up the drama.
She was joined on the red carpet by Day, who smartened up in a copper suit.
The director shared the spotlight with his wife Mary Elizabeth Ellis, an actress who also stars on his show It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
She wowed in a metallic green dress with thigh-high slit and gorgeous gold heels.
Charlie also struck poses with co-star Ken Jeong, who plays his publicist in the comedy.
Captivating: The Serendipity star worked a stylish high ponytail and flawless coat of makeup
All-star! She shared the spotlight with director and star Charlie Day and co-star Ken Jeong
Cast of characters! The cast also boasts the likes of Katherine McNamara, pictured R
The plot thickens: A synopsis for the film on IMDb states: ‘A fool for love becomes an accidental celebrity only to lose it all’
Jeong rocked a smart blue suit, glossy violet tie, and slick shoes.
Fool’s Paradise marks Day’s directorial debut.
Speaking on the Sunday Sitdown last month, Day revealed his biggest regret is that star Ray is unable to see the audience watch him in the film.
‘My biggest regret is that Ray is not going to get to see the audience see him,’ Day told Willie Geist.
Date night! Day was joined by his wife Mary Elizabeth Ellis
Co-stars! Ken Jeong, who plays a publicist in the film, shared the spotlight with Day
Showing their support in style! Christine Horn, who also appears in Fool’s Paradise, wowed in a leggy yellow dress while Rydel Lynch rocked florals
All-stars! The Office vet Kate Flannery and singer Tori Kelly arrived in style
Working it! Alanna Ubach wowed in a glossy black dress
Bringing the laughs! Kate is playing Day’s glamorous wife in the satirical romp
Icon: The film also features the late Ray Liotta
Day said Ray was keen for the film to be released.
‘Ray would text me every three months like, “Hey, man, what’s going on with that movie we did? When is it getting out?” And I would say, “Ray, I’m so sorry. I’m stuck back doing It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” I have to deliver this season and as soon as I wrap, I’m going to get back into the editing room, so everything’s on hold.’
‘And like you said, he delivers a performance that is, in my mind. I won’t say it’s Goodfellas good, but it’s Ray Liotta good. It’s up to his standards of what he can do well,’ Day said of Ray.
Day described Ray’s performance as funny ‘without being over the top.’
‘He was just a really driven, committed, serious-about-his-craft guy, and I feel lucky he’s in the movie,’ Day said.