Julianne Hough shines in Alberta Ferretti (despite a 101 degree fever) at the premiere of her newest film, Safe Haven, where she plays a woman running from a troubled past.
Josh Duhamel poses in Ralph Lauren at the premiere of Safe Haven on Feb. 5. Duhamel portrays a widower in the latest Nicholas Sparks novel to be adapted to screen.
Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough
The Safe Haven co-stars share some camera time at the film's Hollywood premiere. "I have very fond memories of Southport, North Carolina, [where the movie was shot] and working with Julianne and making this movie," Duhamel said.
Safe Haven co-star Cobie Smulders beams on the red carpet in her YSL jumpsuit. Smulders plays the neighbor of Julianne Hough's character in the film.
Even though he plays the villain in Safe Haven, David Lyons beams brightly outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. "It’s not just about two people finding each other and falling in love, which is all the beautiful stuff," said Lyons. "It’s also about what we run from: all the fear and all the loathing."
Former Dancing With the Stars professional dancer Derek Hough came out to support his sister in her newest role as Katie in Safe Haven.
Actress Estella Warren arrives at the Safe Haven premiere. Warren is starring in the upcoming thriller The Stranger Inside.
Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough
American Idol host Ryan Seacrest joins his sweetheart Julianne Hough on the red carpet for the premiere of her new movie, Safe Haven.
Pop singer Fergie struts her stuff on the Safe Haven red carpet in support of her husband Josh Duhamel.
The Twilight Saga star Jackson Rathbone poses on the red carpet at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
'Safe Haven' Stars and Producers
From left, executive producer Tucker Tooley, costars Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough, writer of the original novel and executive producer Nicholas Sparks, and producer Ryan Kavanaugh celebrate their film on Feb. 5.
Gavin DeGraw and Colbie Caillat
Musicians Gavin DeGraw and Colbie Caillat perform their song "We Both Know" on Feb. 5. The two artists wrote the song together for the film.
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