Babylonthe new film by Damien Chazellehas all the right ingredients to be the new blockbuster from the youngest director in Oscar history to win the statuette – the year was 2017, the film La La Land. At the Los Angeles premiere, the red carpet caught fire as the protagonists arrived Brad PittJack Conrad in the film, and Margot Robbieaka Nellie LaRoy.
Margot Robbie and mom Sarie Kessler
The most original look was precisely that of the Australian-born actress: a black fabric dress with bands, which covered her head and left her belly uncovered and finally, along the left leg, with a train with a fur edge. No doubt 32-year-old Margot Robbie, multiple Oscar nominee – most recently in 2018 for Tonya – knows how to reinvent itself and surprise every time. She always gave the public even the sweetest photos of the evening: at one point, in fact, she posed together with her very elegant mother, Sarie Kessleraged 65.
Olivia Wilde also in the cast
Another star who made her mark at the premiere of Babylon it is without a doubt Olivia Wilde, chosen by Chazelle for the part of Ina Conrad. The style of the American actress and director, recently talked about mainly because of the break with Harry Stylesleft no room for further gossip: she was also in black, under a long semi-transparent skirt that let her slender figure show through, and over a tuxedo jacket.
Brad Pitt’s good mood
Last, but never last, the magnificent Brad Pitt. With her now proverbial light-heartedness, she colored the red carpet with nice interludes with cast colleagues. Among the names to remember are Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Olivia Hamilton, Max Minghella, Flea by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Tobey Maguire, which transforms from the super-hero Spiderman into a villain for once. If this weren’t enough to fuel the curiosity towards the film, there is the plot. Nellie LaRoy and her friend Manny Torres (Calva) arrive in Hollywood with the intention of becoming stars of the nascent sound cinema: the more they delve into the plots of American showbiz, the more they understand that the real challenge will be learning to juggle scandals, abuse, excesses and extravagances of the cinematographic microcosm.
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