The couple gets lovey dovey as they join the likes of Christina Milian, Jill Scott, Michelle Williams, Letoya Luckett and Adam Brody on the red carpet.
Paula Patton took her husband, R&B singer Robin Thicke, to the premiere of her new movie "Baggage Claim" on Wednesday evening, September 25 at Regal Cinemas in Los Angeles. The couple seemed unable to keep their hands off of each other. They're stealing kisses while posing for the photographers.
The "2 Guns" actress looked gorgeous in a black sheer frock with strategically placed embroidery from Rhea Costa Fall 2013 collection. She paired it with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, an Inge Christopher clutch, David Yurman rings, and Parade Designs earrings. Her hubby was in suit with a v-neck tee was in place of a formal shirt.
Patton was joined by fellow co-stars Christina Milian, LaLa Anthony a.k.a. La La Vazquez and Jill Scott. Millian wore black from top to toe, showing off her cleavage in a low-cut blazer paired with knee-length short pants and strappy heels. Anthony went with the opposite color, white. She rocked a figure-huffing dress with lace detailing accenting the waist cut-outs. Scott opted for a pink number.
Celebrity guests included Michelle Williams (II). The former Destiny's Child singer rocked a biker chick look with her leather jacket and camouflaged tight pants. Actress Letoya Luckett was also spotted among the star-studded crowd. Sweeping her hair to the side, she flaunted her curves in a blue leather dress.
On the gentlemen department, Trey Songz, Adam Brody, Taye Diggs, Terrence Jenkins and Boris Kodjoe were among the male cast coming to the special screening. The other male guests included "Lee Daniels' The Butler" actor David Oyelowo.
"Baggage Claim" is a romantic comedy based on David E. Talbert's book of the same title about a flight attendant (Patton) in search to find the one. Directed and written by Talbert, it's scheduled to make its way out for theatrical release in the United States on September 27.
"I'm naturally good at physical comedy because I'm a klutz," Patton said. "I trip over everything. I am a very klutzy person and now I've been able to use it to my advantage."