While the Jake Lonergan depicter looks sleekly masculine in black suit and tie-less shirt, the actress who plays Ella stuns in Gothic lace gown and ponytailed hair.
Daniel Craig and Olivia Wilde stole the spotlight at the world premiere of "Cowboys and Aliens" on Saturday, July 23 in Civic Theater, California during San Diego Comic Con 2011. Looking sleekly masculine, Craig wore black suit with white tie-less shirt. Meanwhile, Wilde donned a Gothic-style black lace gown by Dolce&Gabbana with her hair pulled back into a ponytail.
When asked how his married life is, Craig, who plays main character Jake Lonergan, simply replied, "Lovely." He seemed to be more interested in talking about his upcoming James Bond film, which will begin shooting in September. "I am very much looking forward to the character," he told reporters.
Joining Craig and Wilde on the red carpet was co-star Harrison Ford, who was clad in suit and blue shirt with sunglasses. He tagged along his wife Calista Flockhart, who looked pretty in checkered tube mini dress. Ana de la Reguera, meanwhile, showed off legs in glamor sheer black dress with red petal details on her chest by Gucci.
Other cast members who were present that evening included Sam Rockwell who put on a gray suit, Noah Ringer who sported his eye-catching cyan shirt, Abigail Spencer who looked feminine in tube dress, and Keith Carradine who was spotted with his wife. Director Jon Favreau and producer Steven Spielberg were also seen all smiles as they hit the red carpet.
Nina Dobrev, meanwhile, was seen among guests at the special screening. The star of "The Vampire Diaries" looked charming in tight black dress and red heels. Other celebrities who also attended the premiere were Olivia Munn, Yvonne Strahovski, Candace Bailey, Andy Serkis, Johnny Galecki and Charlie Day.
"Cowboys and Aliens" centers on Lonergan, a lonely gunslinger with no memory of his past and is left with a mysterious shackle on his wrist. He then enters a desert town of Absolution, and realizes that he is the most wanted criminal. Nonetheless, he turns to be a hero who helps the civilian battle the aliens that try to invade their town. The movie will arrive in U.S. theaters on July 29.