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Nina Agdal flaunts her physique in a black blazer dress for No Time To Die screening in New York

She’s never shied away from making a statement with her stylish looks.

And Nina Agdal once again showcased her model physique in a black blazer dress with a fringed hem as she attended a screening of the James Bond film No Time To Die at the iPic Theater in New York on Thursday.

The model, 29, turned heads by dressing up in the form-fitting dress with chunky strapped heels as she joined stars including Gina Gershon and Sophie Sumner at the screening

Sensational: Nina Agdal, 29, showcased her model physique in a black blazer dress with a fringed hem as she attended a screening of No Time To Die in New York on Thursday

As ever Nina ensured she wowed with her sophisticated look after opting for the form-fitting black dress with a structured fit.

The fashion favourite teamed her look with matching heels, and kept her honey blonde tresses styled into loose waves.

Also in attendance was veteran actress Gina, who cut a chic figure in a simple navy blue trouser suit and white pointed-toe boots, teamed with 70s-inspired tinted sunglasses.

Looking good! The model turned heads by dressing up in the form-fitting dress with chunky strapped heels

Looking good! The model turned heads by dressing up in the form-fitting dress with chunky strapped heels

Chic: Also in attendance was veteran actress Gina, who cut a chic figure in a simple navy blue trouser suit and white pointed-toe boots

Chic: Also in attendance was veteran actress Gina, who cut a chic figure in a simple navy blue trouser suit and white pointed-toe boots

Posing together: The Showgirls star attended the screening with Dean Winters ahead of the Bond film's US release

Posing together: The Showgirls star attended the screening with Dean Winters ahead of the Bond film’s US release

Sophie, who rose to fame as a contestant on Britain’s Next Top Model, dazzled in a fun and flirty pale blue sequinned dress as she posed at the screening.

Law and Order: Special Victims Unit’s Chris Meloni was accompanied by wife Doris Sherman Williams as they headed out to watch the much-anticipated Bond film. 

No Time To Die will finally be released in US theaters this weekend after being delayed by more than a year due to the Covid pandemic.

Gorgeous: Sophie Sumner, who rose to fame as a contestant on Britain's Next Top Model, dazzled in a fun and flirty pale blue sequinned dress as she posed at the screening

Gorgeous: Sophie Sumner, who rose to fame as a contestant on Britain’s Next Top Model, dazzled in a fun and flirty pale blue sequinned dress as she posed at the screening

Dazzling: She sparkled in the eye-catching dress covered with blue sequins

Dazzling: She sparkled in the eye-catching dress covered with blue sequins

Happy: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit's Chris Meloni was accompanied by wife Doris Sherman Williams as they headed out to watch the much-anticipated Bond film

Happy: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit’s Chris Meloni was accompanied by wife Doris Sherman Williams as they headed out to watch the much-anticipated Bond film

It comes after reports that No Time To Die has had the biggest UK opening weekend for a James Bond film after it grossed an impressive £21million.  

Daniel’s final outing as 007 beat both Skyfall and Spectre which both made £20million at the British box office in their first three days. 

According to The Sun, bosses are expecting the flick to be the third most successful Bond film internationally after its release was delayed by months due to Covid-19.  

Low-key: Jonathan Cheban cut a casual figure in a hoodie emblazoned with silver crosses as he arrived for the screening

Low-key: Jonathan Cheban cut a casual figure in a hoodie emblazoned with silver crosses as he arrived for the screening

Sophisticated: Model Vanessa Moody oozed sartorial chic in a classic white blouse and pinstriped black trousers

Sophisticated: Model Vanessa Moody oozed sartorial chic in a classic white blouse and pinstriped black trousers

Wrapped up: Russian model Vlada Roslyakova opted for a longline waistcoat over a black catsuit and pointed-toe heels

Wrapped up: Russian model Vlada Roslyakova opted for a longline waistcoat over a black catsuit and pointed-toe heels

No Time To Die scored an overseas record amid the pandemic with a £87.7million ($119.1 million) international opening in 54 markets. 

The debut marks the third-highest Friday gross in October, as well as the third-highest Friday gross in the James Bond franchise.  

No Time To Die was delayed by a total of 18 months due to the ongoing Covid crisis, but was finally set for release on 30 September.  

The film was originally scheduled for release in November 2019 but was postponed to February and then April 2020 following the departure of original director Danny Boyle due to creative differences. 

Pictured perfect: Actress Jennifer Esposito was in attendance for the screening alongside her husband Jesper Vesterstrøm, after they tied the knot last year

Pictured perfect: Actress Jennifer Esposito was in attendance for the screening alongside her husband Jesper Vesterstrøm, after they tied the knot last year

Smart: Max von Essen cut a dapper figure in a grey suit as he attended the screening

Smart: Max von Essen cut a dapper figure in a grey suit as he attended the screening

Glam: Canadian model Ubah Hassan sported a simple white frilled coat and a bright pink satin dress as she headed into New York for the screening

Glam: Canadian model Ubah Hassan sported a simple white frilled coat and a bright pink satin dress as she headed into New York for the screening

A China premiere and publicity tour was cancelled in April 2020 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, originally pushing the release back to November 2020.

In October 2020 it was delayed again to April this year, with further delays happening in January and February of this year, with the world premiere date being announced as 28 September last month.

The film has placed ninth in the top 10 of most expensive films ever made, costing $315 million.

Success: It comes after reports that No Time To Die has had the biggest UK opening weekend for a James Bond film after it grossed an impressive £21million (pictured are Daniel and Ana de Armas in the film)

Success: It comes after reports that No Time To Die has had the biggest UK opening weekend for a James Bond film after it grossed an impressive £21million (pictured are Daniel and Ana de Armas in the film) 

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