The premiere of White Noise was held during Venice Film Festival on Wednesday.
And, Jodie Turner-Smith, 35, Julianne Moore, 61, and Greta Gerwig, 39, were some of the first stars to arrive, bringing the glamour as they graced the red carpet.
White Noise is an adaptation of the bestselling 1985 novel by American novelist Don DeLillo, with the film serving as a curtain-raiser at the event before moving on to the New York Film Festival in September.
Jodie looked fierce in a plunging jewel encrusted top and sweeping skirt with orange pleats, while completing her bold ensemble with bright green gloves.
Julianne ensured all eyes were on her as she sashayed along the red carpet in a dazzling black frock and matching cape adorned with multicoloured sequins.
Greta opted for a classic black maxi dress with a cleavage-baring neckline and elegant batwing sleeves.
Jaw-dropping: Jodie looked fierce in a plunging jewel encrusted top and sweeping skirt with orange pleats, while completing her bold ensemble with bright green gloves
Tessa Thompson, 38, looked sensational in a strapless silver bodice boasting voluminous ruffles and intricate beading.
The American actress teamed her statement piece with a sparkling black pencil skirt and shiny black pointed stilettos.
Victoria’s Secret model Grace Elizabeth, 25 looked ethereal in a white Grecian inspired floor-length gown.
The elegant frock featured cross over layering and she added a statement silver necklace, while styling her raven stresses into a wet-look ‘do.
Incredible: American actress Tessa looked sensational in a strapless silver bodice boasting voluminous ruffles and intricate beading
Jaw-dropping: Jodie Turner-Smith, 35, looked fierce in a plunging jewel encrusted top and sweeping skirt with orange pleats, while completing her bold ensemble with bright green gloves
Stunning: Greta Gerwig, 39,opted for a classic black maxi dress with a cleavage-baring neckline and elegant batwing sleeves (Pictured with Noah Baumbach)
Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio, 41, and ensured all eyes were on her in the fabulous hot pink gown, as she flashed a glimpse of her famous pins through its sexy side splits.
She boosted her height with a pink coloured pair of barely there stilettos and accessorised with multiple delicate bracelets.
Earlier in the day, Jodie turned heads in a racy ensemble as she posed at the photocall for White Noise.
The actress made sure all eyes were on her in a pink lingerie-inspired sheer lace dress which was teamed with white latex gloves.
Jodie showed off a hint of cleavage in the daring dress that had strappy detailing and pearl buttons down the front.
She teamed her dress with long white PVC boots that matched her gloves and opted for a radiant makeup look to show off her naturally pretty features.
The beauty accessorised with colourful dangly earrings, a silver choker and had on a pair of stylish cat-eye sunglasses.
Elsewhere her co-star Adam Driver looked dapper in a black T-shirt, trousers and shiny shoes.
Meanwhile Greta Gerwig looked sensational in a smart black suit and clutched a Dior bag.
White Noise sees Adam starring alongside Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle and Jodie, in director Noah Baumbach’s screen adaptation of DeLillo’s critically acclaimed postmodernist novel about an ‘Airborne Toxic Event’ and its impact on a small American town.
Attracting the biggest stars Venice Film Festival is held annually on the island of the Lido in the Venice Lagoon. With movie screenings taking place in the historic Palazzo del Cinema on the Lungomare Marconi.
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This year’s line up will see divisive biopic Blonde, starring Ana De Armas as tragic screen icon Marilyn Monroe, battle it out for the competition’s top accolade.
Brendan Fraser’s moving drama The Whale, where he plays an obese professor, will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell.
Speaking about the line-up director of the event Alberto Barbera said: ‘The program is more varied than usual, placing affirmed filmmakers alongside directors in search of confirmation and, above all, talented newcomers aspiring for international recognition’.
Together: Adam Driver, director Noah Baumbach, Don Cheadle, Greta Gerwig and Jodie Turner-Smith all posed at the photocall
‘But what still prevails is the feeling that “Cinema still wants to try to explore ways of thinking, big themes and big questions, the profound relationships that tie people to one another, the power of feelings and memory and the ability to push one’s gaze beyond the horizon of the present.”.
The Venice Film Festival is the world’s oldest and was first founded in 1932, celebrating filmmaking from around the world.
It will continue until September 10 when there will be a closing ceremony.