Anne Hathaway looked chic at the photocall for her new film, She Came To Me, during the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival on Thursday.
The actress, 40, showcased her edgy sense of style in a hooded black maxi dress featuring a plunging neckline and a leather zipped waistband.
She elevated her height with a pair of black heels and appeared to be in high spirits as she shot a beaming smile for photographers at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Elsewhere Marisa Tomei, 58, larked about for onlookers while wearing a dazzling silver minidress featuring orange-and-blue triangle prints.
Peter Dinklage, 53, kept things casual in a black jacket and a grey shirt, along with black trousers and suede shoes, as well as a beanie hat.
Wow! Anne Hathaway looked chic at the photocall for her new film, She Came To Me, during the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival on Thursday
Director Rebecca Miller, 60, put on a smart display in a brown suit with blue plaid designs.
She Came To Me ‘follows a composer who suffers writer’s block and rediscovers his passion after an adventurous one-night stand’.
Anne stars as Patricia Lauddem while Peter portrays Steven Lauddem and Marisa Tomei is Katrina.
It comes after Anne made a surprise appearance in London as she popped up out of nowhere while Tom Grennan rehearsed for his Graham Norton show performance.
The Hollywood actress looked around the corner of the BBC studios in London while the 27-year-old British singer practiced backstage.
To Tom’s surprise, Anne came over to say hello and the pair embraced in a hug where she told him that she’s a fan.
She grinned from ear to ear as she bopped along to his new single Here with his band, and when they finished up, she waved at the Brit nominee.
They looked pleased to meet each other – and the singer shared the funny and bizarre crossover to his Instagram stories.
Chic: The actress, 40, showcased her edgy sense of style in a hooded black maxi dress featuring a plunging neckline and a leather zipped waistband
Happy: She appeared to be in high spirits as she shot a beaming smile for photographers at the Grand Hyatt Hotel
Coming soon: Anne stars as Patricia Lauddem while Peter portrays Steven Lauddem and Marisa Tomei is Katrina
Anne wore a black button-up cardigan and a pair of dark blue denim jeans.
Her raven tresses were worn poker straight and she donned her signature front fringe.
Tom looked effortlessly chic in an all-beige ensemble, opting for a skin-tight tank top, matching coloured blazer, wide-legged trousers and some cream coloured platform loafers.
The two of them chatted ahead of his performance on the Graham Norton Show where he joined Julianne Moore, Salma Hayek Pinault, Shania Twain, Strictly’s Johannes Radebe and Lizzo on the iconic red sofa.
On Saturday night, Tom is up for the Best Alternative/Rock – his third consecutive BRIT Award nomination.
Julianne Moore talked all things Oscars as she appears on The Graham Norton Show.
Hilarious: Elsewhere Marisa Tomei, 58, larked about for onlookers while wearing a dazzling silver minidress featuring orange-and-blue triangle prints
Low-key: Peter Dinklage, 53, kept things casual in a black jacket and a grey shirt, along with black trousers and suede shoes, as well as a beanie hat
Gang: Cast members Peter, Marisa, Joanna Kulig, Anne, Evan Ellison and Director Rebecca Miller (L-R) posed for a group shot
Julianne is quizzed by Graham, 59, if she will be attended this year’s star-studded ceremony, which will take place on the 13th March.
The Hollywood star reveals: ‘I think if you have a reason to go; you’re nominated or giving an award, then yes, it is amazing to go.
‘But if you’re not involved in that capacity, it is more fun to watch it on television. It’s fun either way.’
Julianne is no stranger to an Oscars win. The Hollywood star won Best Actress in 2015 for Still Alice.
She received her first nomination in 1998 for Best Supporting Actress for Boogie Nights, which she was shortlisted again in 2003 for The Hours and Far From Heaven.
Julianne is in the midst of promoting her film Sharper. The screen star and Sebastian Stan play a mother-son con artist duo that targets a family of billionaires in the new A24 film on Apple TV Plus.
Gorgeous: Director Rebecca, 60, put on a smart display in a brown suit with blue plaid designs
The actress both stars and produced Sharper, which is set for release on Apple TV Plus on Friday 10 February.
Talking about filming the psychological thriller, she says: ‘It was so much fun to shoot and is surprising.
‘The script was wonderful, and I never knew what was coming when I read it. It stays one step ahead of you the entire time.’
When Graham asked about producing the film and her involvement in the casting, she adds, ‘It is weird and very delicate because I know what it means as I’ve been there so really err on the side of giving everyone a chance.
‘You always want to bring all your positivity towards the challenging process.’
Set in New York City, Madeline (Moore) meets billionaire Richard Hobbes, played by John Lithgow, and she sets her sights on him as her next target, aiming to con billions of dollars from him.
She enlists the help of her disgraced son Max (Stan) to aid her in stealing the money. Max then forms his own angle for the con and uses the billionaire’s son Tom, played by Justice Smith, to get it.
While She Came To Me opened the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival, a UK release date has yet to be announced.
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