Oozing extreme elegance and sex appeal, the leading ladies of Justice League – Gal Gadot, Amber Heard, Connie Nielsen and others – arrived at Hollywood's Dolby Theater on Monday night (13 November) for the star-studded premiere of the DC blockbuster.
While the dapper men too gave their superhero costumes a miss to shine in tuxedos, it was Wonder Woman and Mera, who ultimately stole the limelight on the red carpet. Always the stunner, Gadot opted for a shimmering gold Altuzarra gown, whose thigh-high slit and cut-out neckline ensured all eyes were on the off-duty Amazon.
She paired the risqué outfit with some pieces of jewellery by Jennifer Fisher and a pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
There was absolutely no chance for Wonder Woman could go wrong as she completed her look with dewy makeup and an elegant bun.
Heard, on the other hand, put her dramatic foot forward in a black Atelier Versace gown with sheer panels creating an illusion of non-dress on the red carpet. The blonde beauty had her locks gathered in a neat twist while rocking some smokey eyes and a dark pout for the night.
Joining these two was actress Lisa Bonet and wife of Aquaman star Jason Momoa. The newly-married pair cut a stylish figure at the premiere with 49-year-old Bonet decked in a scarlet Alexander McQueen gown and the Justice League actor donning a navy blue jacket.
Actress Diane Lane, who plays Martha Hunt, Superman's mother in the DCEU franchise; was also present with the rest of the cast at the LA event. The 52-year-old actress kept it classy and gorgeous in a two-piece attire – pairing her black shirt with a flowing wide-stripped skirt.
Another star making a statement with her sartorial choice was Wonder Woman actress Nielsen, who stars as Hippolyta, the Amazonian warrior. And looks like high-slits and sneak-peeks were the order of the day as the Danish star too flaunted her toned legs in a black number.
Other cast members, who accompanied the stunning divas at the Justice League premiere were lead actor Ben Affleck (Batman), Henry Cavill (Superman), Ezra Miller (The Flash), and Ray Fisher (Cyborg).
Justice League is currently running in the theatres.