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Ben Foster cosies up to his stunning wife Laura Prepon at Emancipation premiere

Ben Foster put on a dapper display as he cosied up to his glamorous wife Laura Prepon at the premiere of Will Smith’s new movie, Emancipation. 

The Survivor actor, who plays Jim Fassel in the drama, stepped out in a gray suit with a white button-down shirt underneath it at the Los Angeles event on Wednesday. 

The 42-year-old went without a tie to the event and snuggled up next to Prepon, 42, who he married back in 2018. 

Happy couple: Ben Foster and Laura Prepon looked dapper at the premiere of Will Smith’s new movie, Emancipation, in Los Angeles on Wednesday 

Laura stunned in a fashionable black dress with sheer fabric covering her legs and arms. It had a deep neckline, plunging toward the middle of her cleavage. 

She brushed her jet black hair off to the right and tucked her tresses behind her left ear. 

She painted her lips light pink and accessorized with a thin diamond necklace. Her thin eyebrows were sculpted well. 

The couple flashed big grins as the That 70s Show actress towered over her beau in tall high heels. 

Chic suit: The Survivor actor, 42, stepped out in a gray suit with a white button-down shirt underneath it

Chic suit: The Survivor actor, 42, stepped out in a gray suit with a white button-down shirt underneath it

Fashionable: She stunned in a fashionable black dress with sheer fabric covering her legs and arms

Fashionable: She stunned in a fashionable black dress with sheer fabric covering her legs and arms

The star: Foster stood alongside the film's star Will Smith at the event who stood out in a magenta suit with a light pink button-down shirt

The star: Foster stood alongside the film’s star Will Smith at the event who stood out in a magenta suit with a light pink button-down shirt

Foster stood alongside the film’s star Will Smith at the event who stood out in a magenta suit with a light pink button-down shirt. 

Ben plays the role of Jim Fassel in the upcoming Apple TV+ drama, which is set to be released in theaters on December 2 and later on the streaming platform on December 9. 

Speculation has hounded the film regarding its potential success following Will’s infamous Oscar slap that took place earlier this year. Emancipation will also be the actor’s first film release since smacking then-host, Chris Rock. 

When talking to Entertainment Weekly, the King Richard actor emotionally expressed, ‘I definitely lose a couple winks of sleep every night thinking that I could have potentially penalized my team.’ 

He further added that he was, ‘going to do everything I can to make sure everyone gets seen in the light that they deserve.’ 

New film: The film, which is based on the 1863 photograph called, Whipped Peter, is slated to be released in theaters on December 2 and on Apple TV+ on December 9

New film: The film, which is based on the 1863 photograph called, Whipped Peter, is slated to be released in theaters on December 2 and on Apple TV+ on December 9 

Questionable success: Speculation has been filtering around in regards to the film's possible success, following Will's infamous Oscar slap that took place earlier this year; Will and Ben seen in the Apple TV+ film

Questionable success: Speculation has been filtering around in regards to the film’s possible success, following Will’s infamous Oscar slap that took place earlier this year; Will and Ben seen in the Apple TV+ film 

Shock: Men In Black actor Will faced career downfall when he hit Chris Rock in March after the star made an ill-advised joke about his wife Jada

Shock: Men In Black actor Will faced career downfall when he hit Chris Rock in March after the star made an ill-advised joke about his wife Jada

Ben also weighed on his opinion of the film to Entertainment Weekly, explaining, ‘The weight that our incredible director Antoine Fuqua carried, and felt it every day, it was like watching a prizefighter come to work about fighting with love.’ 

He also added that, ‘I can’t imagine the tremendous artistic weight, but what he’s accomplished with this film is astounding.’ 

When talking about working alongside Will, Ben stated, ‘My first day on set, I didn’t see Will Smith doing Will Smith. I saw a man going deep in, and we didn’t need to speak.’ 

During a recent interview on Good Day DC, Will discussed his feelings on people debating whether they are ready to watch the actor on the big screen.

‘I completely understand that if someone is not ready, I would absolutely respect that and allow them their space to not be ready,’ he admitted.  

Working on set: When talking about working with Will, Ben stated, 'My first day on set, I didn't see Will Smith doing Will Smith. I saw a man going deep in, and we didn't need to speak'

Working on set: When talking about working with Will, Ben stated, ‘My first day on set, I didn’t see Will Smith doing Will Smith. I saw a man going deep in, and we didn’t need to speak’



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