January 20, 2012 07:37:00 GMT
Ditching her lady killer image, Beckinsale looks gorgeous in a floor-length gown as she hits the red carpet at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre along with husband Les Wiseman.
Kate Beckinsale ditched her vampire warrioress image and glammed up at the Hollywood premiere of "Underworld: Awakening". The 38-year-old English beauty became the belle of the ball as she stepped on the red carpet that rolled outside the Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Thursday, January 19.
Joined by her producer husband Les Wiseman, Beckinsale was all smiles as she posed for the cameramen and signed autographs for her fans. She looked dazzling in a floor-length nude colored gown, which was bejeweled with golden beading and sequins. She finished off her flawless look by wearing some golden bangles and letting her caramel hair loose.
Another cast member spotted on the red carpet was young starlet India Eisley. The actress, who plays hybrid child Eve in the thriller film, looked pretty in an all black ensemble that she paired with a matching clutch bag. Hunky actors Theo James and Michael Ealy were among the male co-stars seen attending the special screening.
As for the celebrity guests, Carmen Electra and Alexa Vega were both spotted donning nude-color mini dresses and shoes. "Twilight Saga" actor BooBoo Stewart, meanwhile, opted for a casual look by rocking casual shirt and black leather jacket. Singer Lacey Sturm as well as actors Jacob Blair and Ben Kurland were also seen on the red carpet.
In "Underworld: Awakening", Beckinsale reprises her role as heroine Selene. She escapes imprisonment to find herself in a world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans. They are conducting an all-out war to banish both immortal species. Selene must now fight the humans to ensure the survival of her Vampire clan.
Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein tackle the directorial duty for the movie that will open wide in the U.S. theaters on January 20. Also supporting the high-octane film are Stephen Rea, Sandrine Holt, Charles Dance, Richard Cetrone and Robert Lawrenson.