Kate Beckinsale looks heavenly in a flowing white off-the-shoulder dress at the premiere of Fool’s Paradise
By Christine Rendon for Dailymail.com
05:37 May 10, 2023, updated 05:51 May 10, 2023
Kate Beckinsale was a sight to behold at the premiere of her new all-star comedy Fool’s Paradise.
The actress, who was recently linked to actor Matt Atwater, looked heavenly in an exquisite white gown that billowed over her slender frame and fluttered to the floor.
As it snuggled up to her shoulders, it showed some cleavage and bared her shoulders.
Kate’s wavy brunette hair was pulled back in a high ponytail to perfection, while her youthful complexion was enhanced with flawless makeup.
Kate, 49, is part of an all-star cast led by Charlie Day, who also wrote and directed the comedy in which he plays a mute mental patient who happens to look exactly like a big-time movie star.
Kate plays Day’s glamorous wife in the satirical hype that brings together Ken Jeong, Adrien Brody, Common, Jason Sudeikis, Edie Falco, John Malkovich and the late Ray Liotta.
A synopsis of the film on IMDb reads: “A love fool becomes a celebrity by accident only to lose it all.”
Fool’s Paradise hits theaters on May 12, 2023.
Kate showed her support for the film in style, looking glamorous in a pair of delicate dangling bow earrings and a jet black manicure to kickstart the drama.
She was joined on the red carpet by Day, who dressed up in a copper suit.
The director shared the spotlight with his wife, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, an actress who also stars on his show It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
She wowed in a metallic green dress with a thigh-high slit and gorgeous gold heels.
Charlie also posed with co-star Ken Jeong, who plays his publicist in the comedy.
Jeong rocked a sleek blue suit, shiny purple tie and sleek shoes.
Fool’s Paradise marks Day’s directorial debut.
Speaking at the Sunday Sitdown last month, Day revealed his deepest regret that Star Ray isn’t able to see how audiences see him in the film.
“My biggest regret is that Ray won’t see the audience,” Day told Willie Geist.
Day said Ray is excited for the film’s release.
“Ray would text me every three months like, ‘Hey man, what’s up with that movie we made? And I’d say, “Ray, I’m so sorry. I’m stuck in Philadelphia with It’s Always Sunny.” I have to deliver this season and once I’m done I’m going back to the editing room so it’s all on hold.
“And like you said, he’s delivering a performance that I think is. I won’t say it’s good for Goodfellas, but it’s good for Ray Liotta. It’s up to his standards what he’s good at,” Day said of Ray.
Day described Ray’s performance as funny “without being over the top”.
“He was just a really ambitious, dedicated, serious guy, and I’m glad he’s in the film,” Day said.