"Total Recall" has been premiered in Hollywood on Wednesday night, August 1. Attended by a number of famous celebrities, the special screening event was held at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Among those who stole the limelight were leading ladies Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel who sported very contrary outfits to each other.
Beckinsale opted for a dramatic look by rocking a crocodile skin tube dress by Armani Prive. She oozed sexiness in the unconventional fishtail-cut gown that featured green and black hues. Arranging her brown hair into a loose bun, the English actress finished off her look with jewelries by Lorraine Schwartz and shoes by Brian Atwood.
Contrary to Beckinsale's daring look, Biel oozed her inner sweet girl persona in a baby pink gown by Dior. The fiancee of Justin Timberlake let her hair loose, while completing her girlie look with lots of silver jewelries by Tom Binns and two-tone Louis Vuitton pumps. She was also spotted sporting nail art that matched the color of her shoes.
Also spotted on the black carpet was leading man Colin Farrell, who opted to go with dapper three-piece black suit and arrived together with his sister. Director Len Wiseman also attended the event and at some points he was spotted wrapping his hands around his wife Beckinsale's hip while posing for the cameramen.
Among the celebrity guests, the Osbournes were the ones who stole the attention. Rock godfather Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon Osbourne looked inseparable from each other, while their son Jack Osbourne was all smiles when arriving together with his fiancee Lisa Stelly.
Audrina Patridge, McKenzie Westmore and Meagan Good were also seen on the black carpet, donning skin-tight mini dress each. Clint Eastwood's model daughter Francesca Eastwood arrived together with her actress mother Frances Fisher, while Sophia Bush, who rocked boysih look, hit the black carpet solo. Joseph Lawrence, Bryan Cranston, Perrey Reeves and Aisha Tyler were the other famous faces spotted on the evening.
A remake of Arnold Schwarzenegger's 1990 sci-fi movie, "Total Recall" follows factory worker Douglas Quaid who begins to believe that he's a spy, but he doesn't know whether he should work for the nation states of Euromerica or New Shanghai. In the meantime, the leader of Euromerica is secretly preparing an invasion of New Shanghai under the guise of protecting his people.
The movie will be released nationwide on August 3.