Cate Blanchett defined elegance, matching her red lips to the red carpet, at the Los Angeles premiere of Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine on Wednesday.
Cate Blanchett and Peter Sarsgaard
Cate Blanchett and Peter Sarsgaard smiled for the cameras on the AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater's red carpet.
Bobby Cannavale, star of stage and screen, portrays Chili, the brash new boyfriend of Sally Hawkins' character Ginger in Blue Jasmine. The film centers on the downward spiral of Jasmine (Cate Blanchett), a formerly filthy rich New York housewife who moves in with her modest sister (Hawkins) in San Francisco after Jasmine's husband (Alec Baldwin) is sent to jail for a Bernie Madoff-esque financial crime.
Andrew Dice Clay
Andrew Dice Clay, best known for his brash stand-up routine as comedian-provocateur "Dice," told The Hollywood Reporter he was both surprised and flattered to be cast opposite Cate Blanchett in the role of the down-on-his-luck ex-husband of her character's sister (portrayed by Sally Hawkins).
Never a fashion "don't," Cate Blanchett dazzled in a white-and-black Alexander McQueen gown at the AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills.
Peter Sarsgaard, currently starring on AMC's The Killing, has a supporting role in Blue Jasmine as a love interest for Cate Blanchett's unhinged character.
'Blue Jasmine' cast
Andrew Dice Clay,Cate Blanchett, Bobby Cannavale and Peter Sarsgaard united on the red carpet on July 24 for the Blue Jasmine premiere in L.A. But where's Woody?
Actress Rose Byrne looked fresh-faced and summery at the L.A. premiere of Blue Jasmine.
Rose Byrne most recently starred in the films Bridesmaids and The Place Beyond the Pines and on TV's Damages.
Ali Fedotowsky, who starred on ABC's The Bachelorette in 2010, makes a brief appearance in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, playing a personal trainer.
The ex-Bachelorette-turned-TV-host struck a pose on the red carpet in Los Angeles.
The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco is apparently a Woody Allen fan.
Comedian Tom Green, also a Woody Allen fan.
Aly and AJ Michalka
Sisters and musicians Aly and AJ Michalka posed together at the Woody Allen's latest premiere.
Michael Barker and Tom Bernard
Sony Pictures Classics' Michael Barker and Tom Bernard pose on the red carpet at the Blue Jasmine premiere.
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