Celebrities flocked to Sydney’s red carpet for the debut of Elvis, a highly anticipated new film.
Tom Hanks, Austin Butler, and Olivia DeJonge, the stars of the Baz Luhrmann-directed biopic, were in attendance at the lavish event at the State Theatre.
Local celebs joined them, including Ada Nicodemou, 45, from Home And Away, who looked glowing as she posed outside the venue.
Her hair was out and fashioned in loose waves, and she wore a short black flowery mini dress with long sleeves and an exaggerated neck.
Because his wife and artistic partner, Catherine Martin, was apparently ill, Luhrmann was joined by their 18-year-old daughter, Lilly, for the big night.
Jules Robinson of Married At First Sight looked stunning in a figure-hugging leather cut-out dress with a cream coat.
Christian Wilkins wore a black slimline dress with a strong thigh-high split, the son of entertainment presenter Richard Wilkins.
In a black cut-out dress with an exposed stomach, Kyly Clarke flaunted her chiselled abs.
With straight hair and a strong scarlet lip, model Gemma Ward made a spectacular entrance in a floor-length, tiered feather-and-sequins gown.
Celeste Barber, on the other hand, donned a bold mini-dress with puffed sleeves, a neck tie, and a striking design.
Kerri-Anne Kennerley, an Australian TV personality, wore a black suit with silver trim at the neck and matching silver heels.
Early reviews for Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann’s much-anticipated Elvis Presley biopic have arrived, and they’re mixed.
Luhrmann has always been polarising, and it appears that his latest film is no exception, with IndieWire’s David Ehrlich calling his excursion into music biopics “deliriously horrible.”
After its Cannes Picture Festival premiere earlier this month, the film received a 12-minute standing ovation.