Scarlett Johansson exudes glamour in baby pink midi dress as she joins her co-star Channing Tatum at the Berlin premiere of their film To The Moon

Scarlett Johansson cut a glamorous figure as she posed alongside her co-star Channing Tatum at the German premiere of To The Moon in Berlin on Wednesday.

The actress, 39, looked incredible for the event as she posed on the blue carpet in a pale pink sleeveless dress with a ruby embellishment on the waist and neckline.

The figure-hugging garment also featured a silver and ruby star pattern along with a white sequinned detail.

Scarlett added height to her frame with a pair of black heels and drew further attention to her look with silver diamond earrings.

Wearing a light palette of makeup, the film star completed her look by letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders.

Scarlett Johansson cut a glamorous figure as she posed alongside her co-star Channing Tatum at the German premiere of To The Moon in Berlin on Wednesday

The actress, 39, looked incredible for the event as she posed on the blue carpet in a pale pink sleeveless dress with a ruby embellishment on the waist and neckline

The actress, 39, looked incredible for the event as she posed on the blue carpet in a pale pink sleeveless dress with a ruby embellishment on the waist and neckline

Her co-star Channing, 44, cut a dapper figure in a light grey blazer and matching trousers which he wore with a black shirt.

The pair looked in good spirits as they posed for snaps together on the blue carpet.   

To The Moon, hitting theaters on July 12, is a romantic comedy that imagines NASA filming a fake moon landing as a backup plan in case the Apollo 11 mission encounters difficulties.

Channing portrays a NASA official overseeing the Apollo 11 moon landing, while Scarlett takes on the role of a marketing executive hired to film the contingency fake moon landing.

Their characters clash, and flirt, as they navigate this unconventional backup plan.

‘He’s not hard to fall in love with, I would say,’ Scarlet shared during an appearance on Monday’s Today.

‘He’s just very charismatic. … He’s just [an] absolutely loveable guy.’

Describing Channing as ‘easygoing’ and ‘ professional,’ Scarlett mentioned that they quickly formed a bond on set.

The figure-hugging garment also featured a silver and ruby star pattern along with a white sequinned detail

The figure-hugging garment also featured a silver and ruby star pattern along with a white sequinned detail

Wearing a light palette of makeup, the film star completed her look by letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders

Wearing a light palette of makeup, the film star completed her look by letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders

Her co-star Channing, 44, cut a dapper figure in a light grey blazer and matching trousers which he wore with a black shirt

Her co-star Channing, 44, cut a dapper figure in a light grey blazer and matching trousers which he wore with a black shirt

In the film, sparks fly between advertising executive Kelly Jones (Scarlett) and a NASA official named Cole Davis (Channing) as he prepares for one of the biggest moments in history

 In the film, sparks fly between advertising executive Kelly Jones (Scarlett) and a NASA official named Cole Davis (Channing) as he prepares for one of the biggest moments in history

‘It was nice to just be like, ‘OK, so what’s your story? Where are we connecting,”she explained. ‘And I think it was just easy chemistry, and again, he’s easy on the eyes.’

She added about their characters’ plot line: ‘We have this kind of meet cute and then don’t realize that we’re actually, kind of, working as polar opposites.

‘And so, there’s a lot of friction there. And he is very by the books, he has a ton of integrity. He is kind of a control freak, and I am just not something that he can control.’

Scarlet also admitted that she and Channing had been in two other films together, but had never shared dialogue.

‘He and Anne Hathaway did a little part in Don Jon where they recreated a romantic comedy and then again we worked – well I wouldn’t say together – but we were both part of Hail, Caesar! and so this was the first time we actually got to have dialogue.’

Under the direction of Greg Berlanti, Fly Me to the Moon features a cast including Woody Harrelson, Ray Romano, and Jim Rash.

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