Written, produced and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, Hail Caesar! is the George Clooney-starrer everyone’s been raving about. Need we say more? Also starring in the comedic flick is heartthrob and actor Channing Tatum. Livening up the red carpet with their designated arm-candies, these men had it good!
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Legal eagle Amal looked every bit Mrs Clooney as she glided into a seductive mini dress in crimson and cream. Keeping her makeup direct yet engaging, the 38-year-old brunette stunned in a deep-red pout and thick black eyeliner, teamed with oodles of mascara. She styled her mane on one side while slightly curling it at the edges. Accessorising just right, Amal sported her colossal diamond engagement ring, while slipping into pointy silver pump heels and gripping onto a gold boxed clutch. George, on the other hand, settled for a less eye-catching ensemble. Dynamic in all-black, The Monuments Men charmer donned a mock-turtleneck undershirt with a crisp suit, polishing up his look with glossy black dress shoes.
Jenna and Channing Tatum
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Jenna Dewan was nothing short of a celestial spectacle as she joined her hunky hubby on the red carpet. The on-point couple put on quite the strong display as they stood arm in arm — both exuding intricacy in formal outfits. Maintaining neutral tones, the Step Up diva dazzled in a bronzy-light-brown satin gown, which boasted elaborate embroidery, subtle floral details and a cluster of delicate beadwork. The strapless number did a splendid job accentuating the star’s new edgy bob. Channeling class, Channing decided on a sombre grey-blue suit and tie, which were paired smartly with a retro vest that only further augmented the Magic Mike star’s wide-ranging shoulders.
Published in The Express Tribune, February 3rd, 2016.
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