The stars of the Marvel action film came out for the March 31 screening at the Tribeca Grand Hotel in New York City, presented by the Cinema Society and Gucci Guilty.
Star Chris Evans, who plays the title role of Steve Rogers/Captain America, showed off his sexy new facial hair as he attended the special screening Monday.
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On the same night that How I Met Your Mother said goodbye to viewers in its final episode, star Cobie Smulders smoldered on the red carpet in a plunging navy gown.
Frank Grillo, who plays Brock Grumlow, paired a long jacket with a dark shirt and trousers for a stylish but casual look.
Socialite Nicky Hilton looked more like an Indian girl than a superhero in a colorful minidress paired with a tasseled purse and her hair tucked away in braids.
Sebastian Stan and Chris Evans
Dashing Sebastian Stan, who plays Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier, joined costar Chris Evans on the red carpet.
Samuel L. Jackson
Veteran actor Samuel L. Jackson returned to the Captain America franchise as Nick Fury.
Sports Illustrated model Julie Henderson attended the special preview screening, swapping her signature swimsuit for a lace-accented black dress.
Model and former Vogue cover girl Liya Kebede also attended.
John Ales and John Corbett
Actor John Ales and former Sex and the City star John Corbett arrived together.
Actress Montego Glover was among the stars at the Captain America: The Winter Soldier screening.
12 Years a Slave and How I Met Your Mother actor Taran Killam was on hand to support his former co-star Cobie Smulders.
Chris Evans and Cobie Smulders
Captain America co-stars Chris Evans and Cobie Smulders had a friendly reunion at the screening.
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