Rachel Bilson made sure all eyes were firmly on her as she hit the red – or should that be purple – carpet for her latest film on Tuesday night. Stepping out at the Regency Bruin Theatre in Westwood, California for The To Do List premiere, the fashionista stood out from her co-stars in an intricately detailed blue Oriental-inspired strapless top and matching skirt, which she paired with simple black pumps and matching clutch.
The Hart Of Dixie star, who regularly tops best-dressed lists, sported thick black winged eyeliner and black nails to the event, while soft pink lips and cheeks kept her from looking too overdone. The 31-year-old was joined on the press line by co-star Aubrey Plaza, who was on her best behaviour following her previous film-related antics. Back in April, the Parks And Recreation star made a public fool of herself after storming the MTV Movie Awards stage Kanye-style. In a dismal attempt at promoting her upcoming movie, the 29-year-old apparently inebriated actress interrupted Comedic Genius Award winner Will Ferrell’s acceptance speech in a badly-executed gag, attempting to wrestle his award from him.
While the veteran actor laughed the unexpected and unrehearsed skit off, the barefoot actress – who had the movie’s title scrawled across her chest in what appeared to be black eyeliner and was clutching a presumably alcoholic beverage – was escorted off the premises shortly after. The ballsy brunette was possibly making an attempt to tick something off her own personal to-do list with the gag, which clearly didn’t go quite according to plan. Either way, she did succeed in drawing attention to her latest project, which also stars comedy kings Bill Hader and Andy Samberg.
The not-suitable-for-youngsters coming-of-age story is centred on Aubrey’s character, Brandy Klark, who, feeling the pressure to become more sexually experienced before heading off to college, writes a to-do list of the various things she hopes to accomplish. The naive teen is egged on by her sister, Amber, who is played by Bilson. The evocative teen romp is already garnering mostly positive reviews ahead of its US cinematic release this Friday, July 26. – Dailymail