Julia Roberts and George Clooney dressed up for the launch of their new film, Ticket To Paradise, on Monday.
The actress, 54, stunned in a plunging hot pink gown that billowed to the floor, while her attractive co-star, 61, stunned in a slick grey suit while striking poses at Los Angeles’ Regency Village Theatre.
The film, directed by the same person who directed Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, is a rom-com about two misbehaving individuals rediscovering love.
This will be the fourth time the Hollywood actors, who portray exes on a quest to prevent their daughter from making the same mistake they made by marrying young 25 years ago, will reconnect for a film.
In the film, their characters’ daughter Lily (Kaitlyn Dever) meets the love of her life on a post-graduation trip to Bali, which her parents must go on in order to persuade her to change her mind.
However, based on the teaser, it appears like Julia and George’s mission to save their daughter will wind up being a journey to cure their own troubles with one another.
From arguing over being seated next to one another on the same plane, to drinking tequila shots and humiliating their children by dancing, it appears that a reunion is in the works.
On the red carpet, Julia looked beautiful. Her signature red hair was styled into loose, romantic curls that fell down her back.
The stunning lady upped the glitter level with a set of dangling lilac-beaded earrings.
The Hollywood veteran looked beautiful in the spotlight, with a light layer of makeup that brought out her well-known beauty.
At the premiere, she stopped to take a few photos with her famous co-star that will stay with her forever.
The stars and people who went to the premiere were meant to feel like they were in their own tropical paradise.
Instead of the usual red carpet, there was a soft pink carpet with bright green plants and flowers all around it.
George posed on the red carpet, looking as dashing as ever. Amal Clooney, his wife, also attended the event.
The outstanding actor wore a sleek gray suit, a modest white dress shirt, and polished black shoes. Instead of wearing a tie, the actor wore his shirt collar unbuttoned.