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Saturday 2 August 2014

Jessica Biel shines in silver at premiere of her movie Playing for Keeps

Jessica Biel
Jessica Biel
Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel looked stunning in a sheer silver gown to the premiere of her movie Playing for Keeps last night.

The actress opted to wear the daringly low cut Versace creation to the event which was held at the Lincoln Center Cinema in New York City.

Jessica managed to keep her modesty intact despite the thigh high split of the gown and the barely there chiffon material it was made from billowing in the wind.

The brunette beauty added a pair of Sergio Rossi shoes and Lorraine Schwartz jewels to complete her jaw dropping look.

In Playing for Keeps, the 30-year-old actress stars alongside actor Gerard Butler who also looked dashing at the event.

Gerard opted for a black suit by Dolce & Gabbana with a dark grey tie as he posed for pictures on the red carpet.

Jessica later attended the after party wearing an equally gorgeous green coloured dress.

The emerald shade complemented the colouring of the tanned brunette perfectly.

As well as changing up her outfit for the after party, Jessica switched her date, opting for her husband Justin Timberlake to accompany her for the final part of the evening.

Also joining the best dressed Hollywood ladies last night was A-list starlet Anne Hathaway who attended the London premiere of her movie Les Misérables at the Odeon Leicester Square cinema in London.

Anne wore an ivory pearl embellished floor length Givenchy gown on the red carpet for the film's British debut.

Later, the star sensibly wrapped up warm in a Burberry trenchcoat as she devoted an hour to meeting and greeting her waiting fans in the chilly London conditions.

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