We've been keeping a close eye on Penélope Cruz's styling chops at the San Sebastián Film Festival to promote her new movie, Venuto al Mondo. So far, the gorgeous Spanish actress has been wowing us with her flair for elegant yet sexy choices in the way of fitted lace sheaths, chic knits, and most recently, a stunning red vintage gown by Versace. To finish off her exquisite look, Penélope accessorized with red satin pumps and a red-and-gold minaudière (both by Ferragamo) and sleek side-swept hair. Get an up close and personal look at all of her beautiful ensembles at the San Sebastián Film festival in the slideshow and tell us which Penélope look is your favorite!
Penelope Cruz was a vision in red arriving at yesterday's San Sebastian Film Festival premiere of Twice Born. She posed solo on the red carpet in a vintage full-length Versace gown while husband Javier Bardem was 500 miles away shooting a new project with Cameron Diaz. Cameron and Javier were spotted in outrageous wardrobes on the set of The Counselor, which also stars Brad Pitt and Michael Fassbender. They've been filming on location in London for the past few weeks, but production has now moved to Javier and Penelope's home country of Spain.
Penelope Cruz was at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain today to promote her new film, Twice Born. She sported a formfitting lace-print dress and linked arms with her director, Sergio Castellitto, as they arrived for a photocall. She also stopped to greet fans and sign autographs outside the Maria Cristina Hotel. Penelope shot the film, which also stars Emile Hirsch, last Fall in Rome. She had her husband, Javier Bardem, and their son, Leo, along for much of the filming. Penelope's promotional trip to her native Spain comes shortly after a visit to the Toronto International Film Festival in support of the project. Emile and Sergio both joined her at the premiere of Twice Born, where she worked the red carpet in a pink Atelier Versace gown.
Happy Friday! Here's hot Clive Owen striking a hot pose at a photocall at Spain's San Sebastian International Film Festival this morning. His Intruders is screening there, and Clive had director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo as well as costars Carice van Houten, Ella Purnell, Daniel Bruhl, and Pilar Lopez de Ayala for company. The group also attended a press conference for the project. Clive said of their thriller Intruders, "I wouldn't really call it a horror film, it's much deeper, more psychological . . . All the fear and trepidation, the danger in the movie, it's within the characters, so it's a pleasure acting in a role like this. It was an ambitious thing to tie all the elements together and to bring them back on an emotional way. I was hugely excited by the possibilities and that's why I have done it." Clive's fresh off another round of photos and interviews over at Toronto, where he and Jason Statham did press for their movie The Killer Elite last weekend.