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Famous People Looking Pretty

Photos from the first weekend


Steven Spielberg, Olivia Cooke, Lena Waithe, Win Morisaki, Philip Zhao, Ben Mendelsohn, Zak Penn, Tye Sheridan, and Ernest Cline at the world premiere of Ready Player One at the Paramount Theatre on March 11 (Photo by Gary Miller)


Elizabeth Chambers and Armie Hammer at the premiere of Final Portrait at the Stateside Theatre on March 9 (Photo by Gary Miller)


Shakey Graves performs at Wright Bros Brew & Brew on Saturday, March 10 (Photo by David Brendan Hall)


Olivia Wilde at the premiere of A Vigilante at the Paramount Theatre on March 10 (Photo by Gary Miller)


John Cena attends the premiere of Blockers at the Paramount Theatre on March 10 (Photo by Gary Miller)


Attendees outside The Gospel of Eureka at the Alamo Ritz on March 11 (Photo by John Anderson)


Emily Blunt and John Krasinski at the premiere of A Quiet Place at the Paramount Theatre on March 9 (Photo by Gary Miller)


Israeli singer Noga Erez performs Saturday, March 10, in a giant inflated bubble containing a Smart car at Sixth & Trinity (Photo by David Brendan Hall)


Iris Apatow, Leslie Mann, Judd Apatow, and Maude Apatow attend the premiere of Blockers at the Paramount Theatre on March 10 (Photo by Gary Miller)


Kimo Sabe Mezcal holds a poker tournament hosted by Phil Hellmuth on Sunday, March 11, at the Driskill (Photo by David Brendan Hall)


Tye Sheridan and Ben Mendelsohn at the world premiere of Ready Player One at the Paramount Theatre on March 11 (Photo by Gary Miller)


Gugu Mbatha-Raw at the premiere of Fast Color at the Paramount Theatre on March 10 (Photo by John Anderson)

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