The Grown Ups actress, 55, who plays Giuseppina ‘Pina’ Auriemma in the Ridley Scott-helmed film oozed confidence as she walked the red carpet.
Wow! Salma Hayek turned heads in an elegant sparkling gold gown to House Of Gucci premiere in London on Tuesday
Salma’s show-stopping floor length gown cinched at her waist and puffed out at the shoulders.
She accessorised with a lavish yellow diamond necklace and a matching bracelet.
Her brunette locks fell in loose curls and she modeled a stunning make-up look created for her by the team at Charlotte Tilbury, who used some of the brand’s most popular products to perfect her red carpet glam, including the supermodel-loved Charlotte’s Magic Cream, the Airbrush Flawless Foundation, and the Matte Revolution Lipstick.
House Of Gucci is based on Sara Gay Forden’s novel entitled The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed.
Stunning: Grown Ups actress, 55, who plays Giuseppina ‘Pina’ Auriemma in the Ridley Scott-helmed film oozed confidence as she walked the red carpet
Go for gold like Salma in a dress by Gucci
The stars gathered in London this evening for the House of Gucci premiere and, naturally, most of the cast were wearing pieces by the Italian fashion house.
Salma Hayek stunned in this gorgeous gold custom lamé gown by Gucci, complete with statement jewellery.
Gucci is known for its ostentatious design and more-is-more approach, and Salma’s dress is no exception. From the trophy gold colourway and puff sleeves to the all-over pleats and plunging neckline, it’s a statement gown that certainly steals the show.
Unfortunately us mere mortals can’t get our hands on Salma’s frock (it’s custom, after all!) but you can click the red carpet image to shop Gucci’s current collection at NET-A-PORTER.
Alternatively, emulate the movie star with the help of our carousel. There you’ll find lookalike styles from Alexandre Vauthier, Ralph Lauren, TFNC, Peter Pilotto and more. Now is as good a time as any to go for gold…
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Cast: The star was joined by co-stars Lady Gaga, 35, Adam Driver, 37, and Jared Leto, 49 for a slew of snaps before the event
Style: Salma’s show-stopping floor length gown cinched at her waist and puffed out at the shoulders
Looking good: She accessorised with a lavish yellow diamond silver necklace and a matching bracelet
The film, set for UK release on November 26, is set in Italy and explores three decades of numerous themes, including love, betrayal and revenge.
Most significantly depicted during the course of the film is the aftermath of the 1995 murder of Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver), Italian businessman and head of the fashion house Gucci, by his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani (lady Gaga).
Jared will play vice-president of the luxury fashion house Paolo Gucci, cousin of Maurizio, while Al Pacino will portray Aldo Gucci, the company’s chairman from 1953 to 1986.
House Of Gucci is scheduled for release on November 26.
Beauty: Her brunette locks fell in loose curls and her glam makeup enhanced her stunning features
Friends: Salma and Gaga chatted on the red carpet before posing for snaps
Gorgeous: The colourful cast appeared to be in great spirits before the premiere
Salma recently revealed that she has a multi-film contract with Marvel Studios.
The actress opened up last week on Smallzy’s Celebrity Small Talk podcast about her long-term commitment after making her debut as Ajak in Eternals.
‘I did sign multiple movie deals,’ said Salma, who confessed to being nervous about portraying Ajak, who was a nearly immortal male character when created by the late Jack Kirby for Marvel Comics in 1976.
Film: Jared will play vice-president of the luxury fashion house Paolo Gucci, cousin of Maurizio, while Al Pacino will portray Aldo Gucci, the company’s chairman from 1953 to 1986
‘That doesn’t mean they’re going to put me in it!,’ she added.
She also commented on the infamous secrecy surrounding Marvel Studios projects.
‘It was kind of funny, it’s so extreme. …It was kind of fun being part of this secret society that you have to protect so fearlessly,’ Salma said.
Eternals was released on Friday and already has grossed more than $161 million at the worldwide box office.
MCU debut: The actress opened up last week on Smallzy’s Celebrity Small Talk podcast about her long-term commitment after making her debut as Ajak in Eternals
The film also stars Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani, Angelina Jolie, Kit Harrington and Lia McHugh.
Eternals follows an Earth-based race of immortal beings with superhuman powers who come out of hiding to protect humans from their ancient enemies the Deviants.
The film features MCU’s first deaf superhero [Lauren Ridloff as Makkari] and its first openly gay superhero [Bryan Tyree Henry as Phastos] who shares the franchise’s first onscreen same-sex kiss with Haaz Sleiman, who plays his husband.
Podcast interview: ‘I did sign multiple movie deals,’ said Salma, shown last month in London, who also confessed to being nervous about portraying Ajak, who was a nearly immortal male character when created by the late Jack Kirby for Marvel Comics in 1976
Eternals also marked the first time in 26 Marvel cinematic universe films that an intimate conjugal moment was visibly shown between two characters. The scene – depicted by Oscar-winning director Chloé Zhao – already captured headlines before the film´s theatrical release.
But Richard, who stars as Ikaris, said any headline focused on superhero sex is ‘just kind of crass.’ He calls the love scene involving his character and Gemma´s Sersi an ‘intimate moment.’
‘We´re trying to tell a love story and we´re trying to show an intimacy and a delicacy of people that have been together for many, many years,’ said Richard about their characters, who fell in love thousands of years ago during the Babylonian Empire. He said the scene marked a ‘huge part of the start of their relationship.’
Secret studio: ‘It was kind of funny, it’s so extreme. …It was kind of fun being part of this secret society that you have to protect so fearlessly,’ Salma said of the secrecy surrounding Marvel Studios films