The premiere of the movie about old Hollywood, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, was filled to the brim with A-list celebrities and cast members.
Vanessa Hudgens and her beau Austin Butler looked like Hollywood royalty together at the premiere.
The two are both former Disney stars as Hudgens starred in the High School Musical series and Butler made appearances on shows like Hannah Montana and Wizards of Waverly Place.
Now, Hudgens is still starring in musicals, like Fox’s live adaptation of Rent and Grease. And, her boyfriend was recently announced as Elvis in the biopic about the rock star’s life.
The triple threat star always stuns on the red carpet, but this look may have even topped her bubblegum pink number from the American Music Awards.
Indie actor Margaret Qualley starred in Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie as Cat, a member of Charles Manson’s cult along with Lena Dunham, who plays Gypsy.
The 24-year-old is daughter of actress Andie MacDowell and model Paul Qualley. The relatively new actor got her start in independent films like The Nice Guys and Death Note.
The young star has made appearances at important red carpet events like the Met Gala and, now, the Tarantino movie premiere in Los Angeles. Qualley wore a mesh Prada dress with a grey short and crop top set beneath.
Supermodel Adriana Lima attended the star-studded event wearing a chic glittery red mini dress with a cut-out right at her cleavage.
This isn’t the first time she’s showed off her stunning figure on the red carpet. At Vanity Fair’s Oscars after party she wore a plunging dress that left little to the imagination.
The former Victoria’s Secret Angel joked about her red hot number in her Instagram caption, “Took the red Ferrari for a stroll,” she wrote. Her fellow model besties adored her look and sent supportive messages in the comments section.
Irina Shayk wrote, “Goddess” and Shanina Shaik wrote “Gorg!!”
Leading lady Margot Robbie posed with her costars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in a custom Chanel gown reminiscent of the golden era of Hollywood.
The 29-year-old actor portrayed iconic star Sharon Tate in 1969. The Oscar-nominee styled her hair in big classic curls and wore a bright blush makeup look.
Robbie revealed that she felt a deep personal connection to her character and spent time with the late Tate’s real-life sister during research for the role.
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