The Gossip Girl actress poses with her Savages producer. In the film, Lively plays Ophelia, a woman who shares a special bond with two marijuana producers, Ben (Aaron Johnson) and Chon (Taylor Kitsch), who get caught up in a war between the DEA and a Mexican drug cartel.
Adam Fogelson, John Travolta, Kelly Preston and Ron Meyer
Savages co-star John Travolta and wife Kelly Preston are flanked by Universal Pictures chairman Adam Fogelson and president/COO Ron Meyer. In the movie, Travolta plays a dirty DEA agent who takes on a Mexican drug cartel.
In addition to Savages, the former Friday Night Lights actor (in Dolce & Gabbana) has starred in the films Battleship and John Carter this year.
Savages co-star Demian Bichir walks the red carpet with his ex-wife, Mexican singer Lisset Gutierrez. The actor, also known for his role on Showtime's Weeds, was nominated for an Oscar earlier this year for his portrayal of an undocumented gardener trying to connect with his teenage son in Chris Weitz's A Better Life.
Mary-Louise Parker signs autographs for fans at the Los Angeles premiere of Savages, whose cast includes her Weeds co-star Demian Bichir. The eighth and final season of the Showtime comedy bows July 1.
Oliver Stone and Emile Hirsch
Director Oliver Stone and actor Emile Hirsch were all smiles at their Savages premiere on June 25 in Los Angeles.
Oliver Stone and James Woods
Actor James Woods, though not in the film, poses with director Oliver Stone on the red carpet. The duo previously teamed for the 1986 biopic Salvador, which ultimately led to a falling out and apparent reconciliation between them.
Salma Hayek, in a glittering green Gucci gown, signs autographs for fans at the Westwood Village premiere.
Mexican actress Sandra Echeverria plays Magda in the film. Echeverria previously appeared in Casa de mi Padre as Miguel Ernesto's (Pedro Armendáriz Jr.) wife in a flashback.
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