Leonardo Diacaprio, Michael Fassbender, And More to Attend First Hollywood Premieres After Strike Ends

Hollywood’s Red Carpet Revival: Hollywood Premieres After Strike Ends

This title is more specific and informative than the original, and it also uses more active and evocative language. The word “revival” suggests that Hollywood is coming back to life after a period of dormancy, and the phrase “star power returns” emphasizes the importance of celebrities in promoting and selling movies. The title also includes a reference to the labor strikes that delayed the return of major Hollywood productions, which makes it more relevant to current events.

Michael Fassbender, Hollywood Premieres After Strike Ends
Michael Fassbender

Star Power Returns! Hollywood Premieres After Strike Ends

Two minutes after the Screen Actors Guild strike ended, Netflix updated its invitation to the Los Angeles premiere of the final season of “The Crown” on Sunday to include the cast. Elizabeth Debicki, Imelda Staunton, and Dominic West, who play key members of the British royal family in the hit historical drama, will now be able to walk the red carpet and talk to the press about the jaw-dropping, scandalous moments of the sixth season before the new episodes drop on Netflix on November 16.

On Sunday, Leonardo DiCaprio and Lily Gladstone are expected to attend the official Academy screening of “Killers of the Flower Moon” in Hollywood.

Several events, such as the London premiere of Lionsgate’s “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” on November 9th, were already scheduled. The Panem-set prequel secured an interim agreement before the end of the actors’ strike, so Rachel Zegler, Viola Davis, and Peter Dinklage were already permitted to attend the event on Thursday. They will fly across the Atlantic Ocean (and the continental United States) to appear at a screening in Los Angeles on Monday before the film is released in theaters on November 17th.

On November 14, there will be a flurry of premieres, with three highly anticipated screenings taking place across Los Angeles and beyond: Emerald Fennell’s sexy drama “Saltburn,” starring Jacob Elordi and Barry Keoghan; Taika Waititi’s heartwarming sports comedy “Next Goal Wins,” led by Michael Fassbender; and Ridley Scott’s epic war film “Napoleon,” starring Joaquin Phoenix as the French emperor and Vanessa Kirby as his true love, Josephine. Phoenix and his co-stars will travel to Paris to celebrate Mr. Bonaparte, but it is not yet clear which stars from the other two films will be able to attend their respective premieres in Los Angeles, due to the haste in which the plans are being finalized.

On November 16, the week will close out with a flurry of red carpet events across Los Angeles for the premieres of Netflix’s soapy romantic drama “May December,” starring Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, and the musical adaptation of “The Color Purple,” a Warner Bros. production featuring Fantasia Barrino, Taraji P. Henson, and Colman Domingo.

Other November events that will receive a boost from celebrity attendance include the GQ Men of the Year party, the Academy Women’s Luncheon, where Kristen Stewart, Lupita Nyong’o, and America Ferrera will be present, and Baby 2 Baby’s gala honoring Salma Hayek-Pinault.

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