Jennifer Lawrence Is Good As Gold At 'Hunger Games' Red Carpet Premiere
Jennifer Lawrence, 21, almost outdid her 'girl who was on fire' look from the upcoming The Hunger Games at L.A.'s Nokia Theatre premiere for the movie Monday night, attended by the latest bevy of up-and-comers.
She wore a shimmering golden Prabal Gurung gown with slits in all the right places, and high-heeled, strappy black sandals. Her long blonde hair was gathered at the back of her head, with a few golden tresses casually falling down around her face.
The premiere brought other celebs out in force, too, including Hunger Games costars Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Wes Bentley, and Stanley Tucci. Hemsworth brought his own ladylove, Miley Cyrus, 19, on his arm, who appeared in her own midriff-baring lingerie ... uh, I mean ... dress?
Hundreds of fans camped outside the theatre all night just to be among the first in line to see the stars walk down the black-and-gold carpet, according to USA Today. Indeed, the producers are hoping that the trend continues. The books in The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins have sold over 16 million copies, and early projections estimate that the film will take in between $75 and $100 million on its opening weekend, according to CBS. Here's to The Hunger Games satiating the starving Harry Potter and Twilight crowds.
The film hits theaters on March 23.
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