'In Time' Premiere Red Carpet Arrivals: Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfried
10:23 PM PDT 10/20/2011 by Philiana Ng
The stars of "In Time," a sci-fi action thriller written and directed by Andrew Niccol, walked the carpet in Westwood, Calif. on Oct. 20. Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried, star as Will and Sylvia, who live in a world where people stop aging after 25.
In Time co-stars Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried attend the premiere of their sci-fi action thriller, written and directed by Andrew Niccol, set in the future when time is used as currency and people stop aging at 25 years old. Timberlake and Seyfried made an appearance at Comic-Con earlier this year to tout their film and unveil footage, which was received well by the crowd.
Olivia Wilde, who recently made her final apperance on Fox's House, wears a sweeping black dress at the In Time premiere, held in Westwood, Calif. She plays Justin Timberlake's mother in the film, opening in theaters Friday, Oct. 28.
White Collar star Matt Bomer, who is also in the upcoming Steven Soderbergh male stripper film Magic Mike, plays "old man" Henry who gives away a century of his time to Justin Timberlake's Will, who is lower on the economic ladder. Earlier this year, filmmaker Andrew Niccol likened In Time to "a child of Gattaca."
Amanda Seyfried rocks a purple printed dress at the Los Angeles premiere of In Time. She plays Sylvia, a wealthy girl Will (Justin Timberlake) takes hostage. In two clips that Fox released earlier this week, Sylvia is introduced to Will by her father (Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser) and the other shows Will asking Sylvia for some help.
Justin Timberlake takes some time to sign autographs for the fans. One of the fans' choice poster? Last year's critical darling -- and Oscar nominee -- The Social Network, in which TImberlake played Sean Parker.
The Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki poses for the cameras at the red carpet of In Time,in which he plays Will's best friend and a screw-up of a father with a drinking problem who wastes all of his family's excess time.
Collins Pennie, who appeared on TNT's now-canceled medical drama Hawthorne, has some fun at the In Time premiere. "I play a timekeeper who’s a law enforcement officer. Basically, I’m keeper track of time. In this world, time is really of the essence," Pennie said in an interview in late August.
Eric Newman and Marc Abraham
Film producers Eric Newman and Marc Abraham, both also behind this year's The Thing, celebrate the opening of their latest genre project.
Tony Sella and Tom Rothman
Fox's president of marketing Tony Sella and Fox Filmed Entertainment chairman and CEO Tom Rothman take in the atmostphere at the In Time premiere. The film was sued by Harlan Ellison in mid-September with allegations of copyright infringement on the part of the producers of In Time.
Jenna and Bodhi Elfman
Jenna and husband Bodhi Elfman check out the New Regency film at the West Coast premiere. Jenna Elfman recently appeared in Two and a Half Men.
Eric Newman and Amanda Seyfried
Producer Eric Newman, working on The Man With the Iron Fists with Russell Crowe, and Amanda Seyfried, who has several projects including The Wedding with Robert De Niro in the works,attend the premiere of their film In Time.
Andrew Niccol and Rachel Roberts
Writer-director Andrew Niccol and wife Rachel Roberts, who appears in In Time, walk the red carpet in Westwood.
Hutch Parker, Ari Emanuel and Justin Timberlake
Outgoing New Regecy co-chairman Hutch Parker and Justin Timberlake flank WME co-head Ari Emanuel, who runs the agency with Patrick Whitesell, at the In Time premiere.
Mad Men actor Vincent Kartheiser, wearing a dashing gray suit at the In Time premiere, boarded the sci-fi thriller last September as the right-hand man to Cillian Murphy's timekeeper Raymond.
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