It was a star-studded evening at the ArcLight Cinemas, as Tinseltown's finest gathered on Tuesday night (September 4) for the Hollywood premiere of CBS Films' "The Words".
Leading the charge were good looking co-stars Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana, with fellow the dazzling duo also joined by castmates Ben Barnes, Jeremy Irons and Dennis Quaid at the ritzy red carpet event.
Other celebs glamming up the arrivals area included Perrey Reeves, Debby Ryan, Kym Johnson and Justin Bartha of "Hangover" stardom.
As for the film, Cooper - who happens to be the reigning "Sexiest Man Alive" - served as both star and executive producer of the drama involving a multi-story look at a tale of literary plagiarism.
The 37-year-old spoke with NBC Chicago about the difficult choices his character, Rory, has to make, explaining, "I see Rory as a man who’s not really a man and grappling with what it is to be a man, and I think his Achilles heel is his impatience. And the thing that I really liked about the script, the hook for me, was the fact that he actually is a good writer. He’s not a poor writer who’s just looking for any way to get success. He’s a writer that has talent, but he’s just so preoccupied with living up to some idea of who he thinks he should be and that’s his fatal flaw.”
With the trailer for "The Words" found in the player above, you can catch the film in its entirety when it hits theaters on September 7!