Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling, and Regé-Jean Page Look Sharp at the Premiere of “The Gray Man”
Fans of “Bridgerton,” rejoice! Regé-Jean Page’s most recent movie, “The Gray Man,” will be returning to our screens on July 15. He mingled with co-stars Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, and Ana de Armas at the world premiere, which took place in Hollywood on July 13. This has rekindled our excitement for our favorite spoon-licking actor.
For the premiere, Page—who plays Denny Carmichael, the Chief Director of the CIA—wore a double-breasted navy suit with a dapper pocket square while yet keeping his ensemble casual. He wore the jacket over a collarless gray and white blouse and finished the look with a pair of grey suede sneakers for a laid-back look that exuded confidence. He appears after another great outing as.
Page wasn’t, however, the only treat. With an aqua suit, a white striped shirt, and white brogues, Ryan Gosling attended the movie premiere in attire that was anything but gray. Dare we argue that this expression appears a little recognizable? With this striking attire, the 41-year-old actor, who will star with Margo Robbie as Ken in “Barbie,” is certainly getting into character for his next part.
Chris Evans, who personified the sophisticated, movie star aura, was next. The actor, 41, who most recently provided the voice of Buzz in “Lightyear,” looked sharp in a tailored navy blue suit, white T-shirt, gold necklace, and, of course, some chic aviator sunglasses.
If anyone could detract from this dapper three, it would be the wonderfully talented Ana de Armas, who dazzled in a shimmering metallic floor-length gown. The Cuban-Spanish actor dazzled in a pewter Louis Vuitton gown. He rose to stardom in the James Bond movie “No Time to Die” and will play Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming Netflix feature “Blonde.” And we adored everything about her costume, including the barely there sandals, the fringed, mirror skirt, and the sequined bodice. De Armas finished off her appearance with bronze makeup and loose waves in her hair. She undoubtedly added shine to the gray theme.