Emma, who walked away victorious with La La Land, showed off her perky assets in a silver dress with a plunging neckline paired with coordinating trousers, as she headed towards London's Royal Albert Hall for the The EE British Academy Film Awards, hosted by Stephen Fry.
Nicole meanwhile put on a show-stopping display as she slipped into a perilously plunging gown adorned with a sparkling top half and an attention grabbing diamond necklace, while Thandie went for a similar plunging look while showing off acres of long black tresses.
Back then, she and her stylist Sarah Slutsky would break down each element of her outfit, from dainty jewels to pumps, detailing where every item came from on Instagram.
But Emma took things one step further as she promoted Beauty and the Beast on the film's press tour, which started in Paris.
Not entirely satisfying, of course: My personal choice for the Palme d’Or would probably have been “Loveless,” followed closely by “A Gentle Creature” (what can I say, it’s been a good year for devastating portraits of modern-day Russia), and I regret that the Safdie brothers and Robert Pattinson won nothing for their sensationally entertaining “Good Time.”But in the end, I can't fault a jury for honoring a film as provocative as “The Square,” as moving as “120 Beats Per Minute” or as stylishly single-minded as “You Were Never Really Here.” A title that more or less captures what it would probably feel like to be in Cannes now — once more a sleepy beachside town, with the red carpets rolled up and the metal detectors stowed away for another year. Days 9-10 | May 25-26Based on a highly selective and unscientific sampling of opinions on the Croisette, the general consensus is that while this may be a milestone 70th-anniversary year for the Festival de Cannes, it’s been a disappointing set of films overall, with one of the weaker competition slates in recent memory.