Red Carpet: CinemaCon Bring Out ALL The Stars

So, CinemaCon is an annual gathering of movie theater industry folks. It’s apparently been going on for years now, but this time literally every celebrity ever showed up.

Blake Lively in Sonia Rykiel

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Sheer force of will is keeping this on the right side of campy. The bow tie is ridiculous, but the dress is adorable and the shoes are super fun.

Anna Kendrick in Philosophy di Lorenzo

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Anna made two appearances at CinemaCon. This first looks is solid – the orange heels are a great touch.

Anna Kendrick in Giovanni Bedin

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Aaaand….this one sucks. I could see a Hadid or Kardashian in this, but it’s not really working on Anna. Also, I truly and utterly hate those shoes.

Mila Kunis in Sally LaPointe

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I love this skirt, but am confused by the belt. It’s really not bringing anything to the table.

Felicity Jones in Oscar de la Renta

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Felicity’s style is always very prim and vintage.  I love this on her.

Dakota Johnson in Attico

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I have mixed feelings about velvet in the Spring, but this looks great on her. It’s nice seeing her in something other than Gucci.

Gabrielle Union in Gabriela Hearst

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This is…not her best. The fit is poor and the color is very pepto bismol.

Amandla Stenberg in Adeam

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Hard pass on this weirdo Canadian tuxedo.

Saoirse Ronan in Ashish

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Of course, the one time Saoirse wears a bright color, it looks like a tea cozy knit by an octogenarian. And don’t even get me started on the ridiculous pants hem.

Taraji P. Henson in Solace London

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She looks like she’s slowly being overtaken by a moldy blob.

Hailee Steinfeld in Alexandre Vauthier

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White culottes with tall black boots? Something’s not adding up here.

Tiffany Haddish in Rosa Cha

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She’s such a joy. This jumpsuit is perfectly on brand for her.

Isla Fisher in Ulla Johnson

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This is a ruched lamé mess.

Amber Heard in Saint Laurent

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I love this look. The blazer is actually from their menswear collection and is ridiculously cool. The hat could easily have veered into campy territory à la Blake’s bow tie, but it really works here.

Lauren Cohan in Prabal Gurung

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Cute! Not being covered in zombie guts is a good look for her!

Sarah Paulson in Christopher Kane

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I covet this skirt. Leather AND feathers!? Yes please. Her partnership with stylist Karla Welch continues to produce excellent results.

Cate Blanchett in Loewe

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Oh man, as often as Cate gets it right, then she’ll wear something like this hot cowgirl mess.

Claire Foy in 16Arlington

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This is lovely and sleek. I love her new short hair. It’s going to be interesting seeing her jump from playing the Queen to playing Lisbeth Salander.

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton

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Well, it’s boring as hell, but SO much better than 90% of what Louis Vuitton has forced on their ambassadors.

Shailene Woodley in Bottega Veneta

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This is committing many sins against her chest. And the color is soooo drab. The shoes are the only redeeming thing here.

Annabelle Wallis in Prabal Gurung

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Ugh, this is tacky and awful.

Zendaya Coleman in Boss

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Adorable as always.

Amanda Seyfried in Prabal Gurung

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How is this from the same designer as Annabelle Wallis’ mess!?

Jennifer Garner in Roland Mouret

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Very cute – I am SO excited to have Jennifer Garner back on TV.

Constance Wu in The Vampires Wife

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This dress just will not die. Everyone and their mother had worn it at some point and I would be truly happy if we never saw it again. The purse is adorable though.

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