A celebratory screening provided the perfect opportunity for a rather memorable double date as Emily Blunt and John Krasinski joined Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds at New York’s Guggenheim Museum.
The two couples were in high spirits as they attended a viewing of new film Final Portrait, the directorial debut of Emily’s brother-in-law, celebrated actor Stanley Tucci.
Making an exit later that night, they appeared ready for a night on the town, with Ryan, 41, holding Blake’s hand as he guided his 30-year old wife out of the Manhattan venue.
Good times: A celebratory screening provided the perfect opportunity for a rather memorable double date as Emily Blunt and John Krasinski joined Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds at New York’s Guggenheim Museum on Thursday evening
Following close behind, Emily, 35, and John, 38, linked arms while joining the couple outside the Guggenheim.
On a night that saw Emily’s older sister Felicity confirm her second pregnancy with Stanley, the actress beamed as she shared a joke with Blake and Ryan.
Blake looked stylish as always in a black and white check dress with long sleeves and cut outs at the top of the bodice.
Upbeat: The two couples were in high spirits as they exited the venue after a viewing of Final Portrait, the directorial debut of Emily’s brother-in-law, celebrated actor Stanley Tucci
Let’s go: Ryan, 41, holding Blake’s hand as he guided his 30-year old wife out of the Guggenheim
Under wraps: Blake draped an elegant caramel coloured coat over her monochrome dress as they ventured outside
The asmymmetrical hemline showcased her legs and she added strappy black sandal heels.
Her long blonde hair was loose and styled in gentle waves and she kept her make up low key with mascara, a touch of blush and some red lip color.
Ryan was dapper in a dark gray suit with skinny pants and tailored jacket along with a white shirt and striped tie.
Follow me: Emily, 35, and John, 38, linked arms while joining the couple outside the Guggenheim
Good times: On a night that saw Emily’s older sister Felicity confirm her second pregnancy with Stanley, the actress beamed as she chatted with Blake and Ryan
Couple goals: The genetically blessed foursome inevitably caught the eye during their latest public appearance
Smart: Ryan looked dapper in a fitted grey suit and crisp white dress shirt
Upbeat: The group shared a joke as they left the venue after attending the latest screening of Stanley Tucci’s new film
The loved-up couple, who have two daughters, couldn’t keep their eyes off each other.
Meanwhile Emily wore a long-sleeved coral color blouse with flared cuffs which she paired with black pants that had flared hems.
She added shiny black ankle boots and wore her shoulder-length blonde hair loose with a center parting.
Joining his wife, John opted for a comparatively relaxed black crew neck sweater and charcoal gray trousers with black shoes.
Date night: Blake and Ryan made a rare red carpet appearance together at the event
Loved up: Ryan and Blake, who have two daughters, were snapped gazing lovingly into each other’s eyes
Monochrome choice: Blake looked stylish as always in a monochrome check dress with long sleeves and cut outs at the top of the bodice
Coordinated ensemble: The asymmetrical hemline showcased the former Gossip Girl star’s legs and she added strappy black sandal heels and a black pedicure
Man of the night: Tucci, 57, was accompanied to the premiere by pregnant wife Felicity Blunt
Moms together: Blake couldn’t wait to place her hand on Felicity’s belly as Felicity’s sister Emily also joined in as they gathered on the red carpet
Style queens: The trio made quite a colorful statement as they posed together for photos
Couple goals: The Girl On The Train star Emily, 35, arrived for the screening with her husband John Krasinski, with whom she shares two daughters
Not letting go: The photogenic couple stayed arm-in-arm at the Guggenheim gallery venue
Final Portrait is a biographical drama about the Swiss painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti.
Set in Paris in 1964, it tells the story of an American journalist, played by Armie Hammer, who agrees to sit for a portrait for the artist, played by Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush.
The movie, released through Sony Pictures Classics, opens in theatres on Friday.
Based on true story: In Final Portrait, Armie Hammer stars with Geoffrey Rush as an American journalist who sits for a portrait for Swiss painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti in 1964 Paris