Brad Pitt, 58, sports a knee-length SKIRT with a cardigan and chunky boots as he leads the stars at Bullet Train screening in Berlin
Brad Pitt opted for an eye-catching style choice as he donned a trendy knee-length skirt for a screening of his new film Bullet Train in Berlin on Tuesday.
The actor, 58, opted for a breezy ensemble, teamed with a salmon pink button-up in a bid to overcome the scorching heat in the German capital.
The Hollywood heavyweight threw on a light brown cardigan and accessorized with a cluster of layered pendant necklaces.
Throwing on some shades, Brad finished the look off with some black combat boots, showing off the tattoos on his sculpted calves.
The star flaunted his trademark blond locks, which were styled in a voluminous tousled do.
Joey King also made an appearance, looking sophisticated in a figure-hugging black jumpsuit. The slick long-sleeved one-piece flared out at the bottoms to accentuate the actress’ silhouette as she posed on the red carpet.
The star, 22, looked incredible with an edgy asymmetrical bob, which was dyed pastel pink and straightened down.
She elevated the dramatic look with theatrical dark make up – which featured a thick layer of glittery lilac eyeshadow – smiling in photos next to her co-stars.
Actress Zazie Beetz also attended the screening, looking sensationally glam in a glittery aquamarine mini-dress.
The German-American star, 31, wowed in the sleeveless, skin-tight number which she teamed with equally loud magenta platform slippers.
The stunner donned some drop silver earrings and styled her raven hair into two braided buns – leaving a small plait out and down. She kept her make-up simple and dewy, with soft smokey eyes and lashings of blush on the cheeks.
Elsewhere Aaron Taylor-Johnson nailed summery glam in an all-black combo with slicked back curls. The English actor, 32, looked incredibly dapper in a patterned shirt, which he left partially un-buttoned and tucked into some belted trousers.
He wore a chain necklace and kept the rest of jewelry minimal, posing up a storm on the red carpet.
Meanwhile Brian Tyree Henry put on a suave display with a bright sunny look. The actor, 40, looked chic in an olive green suit, which he wore over an un-buttoned canary shirt.
Rocking a layered look, Brian wore a white vest beneath his ensemble, and donned several necklaces for the event. He sported some tinted shades, tying everything together with some Converse sneakers.
The cast huddled up to each other at the glitzy screening, and at one point the actors also posed with Bullet Train director David Leitch and his wife Kelly McCormick. The upcoming thriller flick tells the story of ‘five assassins aboard a fast moving bullet train’, who ‘find out their missions have something in common’. Karen Fukuhara, Sandra Bullock, and Logan Lerman are also starring in roles.
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