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'Bourne Legacy' Star Rachel Weisz Loosens up at Deauville Film Festival (Video)

The red carpet favorite's next film will be "Oz: The Great and Powerful", in which she plays a very wicked but very well-dressed witch.

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Rachel Weisz looked summer chic at the Deauville Film Festival for the screening of her latest thriller, The Bourne Legacy, also starring Jeremy Renner.

She wore an elegant ivory sleeveless tiered layered silk chiffon gown from Nina Ricci’s Resort 2013 collection. She also sported the bright red lip, a hot look for fall and finished it off with Bulgari jewels and sleek hair.

STORY: Rachel Weisz Scores Dior Couture for 'Bourne Legacy' Premiere

For the press call, she opted for another warm weather hue, a belted dress with a ruffled neckline in bright orange. Weisz accessorized with black Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and wavy loose hair.

What's interesting is that Weisz is well-known for her preference for curve-hugging couture. These styles are far looser and forgiving. This naturally set off our "bump alert" alarms. After all, she has been married to Daniel Craig since June 2011. Time will tell. It always does.

Weisz is a big fashion designer fave. Case in point, she was the second woman to wear a piece from Raf Simons' new Dior Couture line, after French actress Marion Cotillard did. Hers was a black dress with a high side slit and pockets (so practical!)  worn to the New York Legacy premiere. 

The longtime Narciso Rodriguez fan has lately been wearing a lot of Jason Wu, Isabel Marant, Stella McCartney, Steven Alan and Hussein Chalayan and Preen. 

VIDEO: 'Bourne Legacy' Star Rachel Weisz Calls 'Oz' Director Sam Raimi 'Graceful, Sweet and Mischievous'

We cannot wait to see Rachel's stunning costumes in the upcoming in Oz: The Great and Powerful. She and Mila Kunis play the two Wicked Witches (East and West), along Michelle Williams, who plays (of course) Glinda the Good Witch to James Franco's shyster Oz.

Watch the trailer below.

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