Angelina Jolie Embraces Flowing Green Smock, While Daughter Shiloh Opts for Punky Patch Jacket at Eternals Premiere Afterparty

On Wednesday, Angelina Jolie stunned in a gorgeous green dress as she led the pack of celebrities attending the Eternals premiere afterparty at Maison Estelle, a posh private members club in London. The 46-year-old actress looked stunning in her flowy, smock dress as she was accompanied by her children at the event. Among her five kids, only Pax was not present to support his mom at the screening where she was joined by other cast members like Samuel L. Jackson, Salma Hayek, and Kit Harington. After gracing the red carpet earlier that evening, the group of six made their way to the star-studded afterparty, where they continued to enjoy the festivities.

Star power: Angelina Jolie, 46, was a vision in green as she lead the stars attending the afterparty of the Eternals premiere at the BFI IMAX Waterloo in London on Wednesday

In style: The actress looked glamorous on a floaty smock dress after the screening where she was supported by daughter Shiloh, 15

Angelina Jolie, the renowned Hollywood actress, and her daughter Shiloh were spotted at the afterparty of the Eternals premiere in London on Wednesday. The 46-year-old actress stunned everyone with her green outfit and nude heels, while Shiloh opted for an oversized denim shirt over a black shirt dress with punk-inspired patches and motifs. The duo was seen walking together towards the celebration, with Shiloh sporting comfortable monochrome trainers to keep up with her famous parent.

The event was a family affair for the actress as she was seen leaving the party with her daughter Zahara, who is 16 years old. She looked absolutely stunning and chic wearing a gorgeous green dress that flowed beautifully.

New look: She could be seen walking alongside daughter Shiloh who wore a black shirt dress beneath a blue denim shirt decorated with an array of punk-inspired patches and motifs

British favourite: The jacket was emblazoned with various motifs, including the phrase Welcome To Croydon

Fresh appearance: As they strolled together, Mom Angelina Jolie was joined by her daughter Shiloh who sported a chic black shirt dress topped with a blue denim shirt adorned with various edgy patches and designs featuring the bold phrase “Welcome To Croydon”.

Stepping out: Maddox, 20, could be seen in casual attire, wearing a black T-shirt and matching denim trousers which he teamed with a slate grey blazer and beanie hat

Venturing out: Maddox, at the age of 20, was spotted in relaxed clothing consisting of a black T-shirt paired with matching denim pants. He accessorized his look with a slate grey blazer and a trendy beanie hat. Meanwhile, Zahara, Angelina’s second oldest daughter, impressed everyone with her fashion sense by choosing a stunning off-the-shoulder yellow dress from Valentino’s 2002 collection for the occasion. Her style was definitely remarkable!

Earlier in the night, Shiloh donned a chic cream dress adorned with black lace accents while posing on the red carpet. The dress was a remodeled version of her mother’s Dior dress from 2019. Zahara also made an appearance in a stunning off-the-shoulder yellow dress from Valentino’s 2002 collection. Maddox, on the other hand, opted for a casual look, sporting a black tee paired with matching denim pants, a slate grey blazer, and a beanie hat. The family was accompanied by several famous friends, including Salma Hayek, who looked ravishing in a sequin ruby red dress and a black shawl to keep herself warm from the chilly evening breeze. Hayek’s husband, François-Henri Pinault, was also present and looked dapper in his shirt and tie as he arrived at the venue separately.

Glitterati: The family were joined by a number of famous friends including Salma Hayek, 55, who cut a glamorous figure in a sequined ruby red dress

Coupled-up: The actress, who plays the character of Ajak in the film, was joined by her husband François-Henri Pinault

The family was accompanied by some well-known acquaintances, among them Salma Hayek, who looked absolutely stunning in a sparkling burgundy dress. Despite the chilly weather, she kept herself cozy by draping a black shawl over her arms and shoulders as she made her way to the event.

A vision: Salma stunned in her beautiful red gown adorned with sequins as she arrived for the post-premiere bash

A vision: Salma stunned in her beautiful red gown adorned with sequins as she arrived for the post-premiere bash

Salma made a stunning entrance at the post-premiere party, wearing a gorgeous sequined red gown that turned heads.

Dashing: Meanwhile, Kit Harrington, 34, opted for a black suit which he was pictured in on the red carpet at the premiere

Looking sharp: In the meantime, Kit Harrington, who is 34 years old, chose to wear a black suit as he made his appearance on the red carpet during the premiere.

Smart: He cut a dapper figure in the pinstriped suit

Departing: He was seen leaving the private members club following the party

Smart looked very stylish in his pinstriped suit as he exited the private members club party. Kit Harrington, on the other hand, chose a black suit for the premiere. He opted to wear it with an open collar shirt to give his outfit a more casual feel. He styled his hair into a sleek look and had some well-groomed facial hair. Samuel L. Jackson also attended the event. He kept it simple by wearing a black Adidas tracksuit, complete with a matching hat and grey facemask for safety precautions against COVID-19. The movie Eternals revolves around an immortal alien race that emerges from hiding after thousands of years to protect the planet Earth from their evil counterparts, the Deviants. The cast includes Lauren Ridloff as Makkari, who is the first deaf superhero in MCU. Brian Tyree Henry portrays Phastos, the franchise’s first openly gay superhero, and shares the first same-sex kiss on-screen with Haaz Sleiman, who portrays his husband.

Stylish: Also spotted leaving the party was Kit's wife Rose Leslie, who opted for a chic black velvet jacket with a mustard faux fur collar

Looking fashionable: Rose Leslie, Kit’s spouse, was also seen departing from the gathering. She chose a stylish black velvet coat with a mustard-colored faux fur collar.

All-stars: Also in attendance was Samuel L. Jackson, 72, who cut a casual figure in a black Adidas tracksuit

All-stars: Also in attendance was Samuel L. Jackson, 72, who cut a casual figure in a black Adidas tracksuit

Celebrities spotted at the event included the famous Samuel L. Jackson, aged 72, who appeared relaxed in a black Adidas tracksuit.

Simple: The veteran actor opted for a more laid-back look as he headed into the post-premiere party

The experienced performer chose a more casual appearance as he made his way to the celebration after the premiere.

Suited and booted: Comedian Kumail Nanjiani also put on a suave display in a teal blue suit and brown lace-up boot

Departing: He exited the swanky members club

Comedian Kumail Nanjiani looked dapper in a teal blue suit and brown lace-up boots as he left a fancy members club. Angelina Jolie, a refugee advocate, discussed her upcoming movie in ELLE’s 2021 Women In Hollywood issue. She praised the director of The Eternals, Oscar-winner Chloé Zhao, for her casting choices, saying that it allowed for a diverse and strong female family dynamic on screen. Jolie specifically highlighted her co-stars’ individual strengths, such as Gemma’s grace and elegance, Salma’s motherhood and power, and Lauren’s connection and intelligence. Jolie also noted that Zhao often casts real people in her films, which adds a unique authenticity to her work.

Family: Earlier in the evening, Angelina was joined by five of her children, Shiloh, Zahara, Vivienne, Maddox, and Knox at the London premiere of Eternals at the BFI IMAX Waterloo

Angelina’s family came to support her at the London premiere of Eternals. Shiloh, Zahara, Vivienne, Maddox, and Knox were spotted with their mother earlier in the evening. Angelina looked stunning in her outfit for the event, wearing a black blazer paired perfectly with a flowing skirt and a crisp white shirt.

Brood: Angelina's son Pax, 17, was the only one of her children not in attendance at the screening

Angelina Jolie’s 17-year-old son Pax was absent from the screening, making it a incomplete family affair. Salma Hayek stole the show in her striking red off-the-shoulder gown while Gemma Chan opted for a sleek all-black outfit.

Incredible: Gemma donned a matching black skirt with aa sheer detail while she cinched her waist with a black belt

Flawless: The Crazy Rich Asians star added to her look with a dark hood while she let her raven locks fall loose down her shoulders.

Amazingly, Gemma wore a black skirt that perfectly matched her outfit and had a sheer detail. To accentuate her figure, she added a black belt to cinch her waist.

Stars: Salma, Angelina and Gemma were joined by Eternals director Chloe Zhao on the purple carpet

Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, and Gemma Chan were accompanied by the talented Eternals director Chloe Zhao as they walked down the purple carpet together.

Oh dear: Ahead of its release Eternals was branded 'disappointing' and 'ultimately unmemorable' by critics in first reviews of the hotly anticipated MCU blockbuster (above Angelina Jolie as Thena in the film)

Before its release, Eternals received negative reviews from critics who deemed it ‘disappointing’ and ‘ultimately unmemorable’. In an interview, one of the film’s stars revealed that she initially thought she would be playing a ‘grandmotherly’ role and was surprised when she was offered a part as one of the Eternals. As a woman of colour and in her fifties, she felt overlooked but commended the director for ‘acknowledging’ her within the industry. Another star, who plays the first deaf superhero in the Marvel universe, was eager to show representation on screen in a ‘refreshing’ way. Despite the negative reviews, some praised Marvel for showcasing diversity on a global scale with their films.

Not good: The film was lambasted by critics over its 'miserably undernourished' script, deluge of underdeveloped characters and 'overloaded' storyline (pictured left, Don Lee as Gilgamesh, Kumail Nanjiani as Kingo - and right Lauren Midloff as Makkari)

The latest superhero movie, Eternals, has received scathing reviews from critics due to its weak script, underdeveloped characters, and convoluted plot. While the diverse cast was appreciated, many felt that the characters were too self-absorbed and lacked depth. One critic, Kevin Maher from The Times, gave the film a two-star rating and criticized the 157-minute runtime for its “strange self-sabotaging energy.” Despite the refreshing changes to the Marvel brand through Chloé Zhao’s direction and reinvented heroes, the movie struggles to deliver a captivating storyline. In short, Eternals may represent progress in terms of representation, but it falls short of delivering quality entertainment.

Owen Gleiberman, a Variety critic, expressed disappointment in the film Eternals for not possessing the raw and real quality that director Zhao has brought to her other films. He had been curious whether Zhao would carry over any remnants of her unique poetic style from Nomadland and The Rider to the blockbuster universe, but found that Eternals lacked this. Gleiberman compared the film unfavorably to top-tier team superhero films like the first Guardians of the Galaxy, Zack Snyder’s Justice League, and Avengers: Infinity War, saying that it never transcends its conventionality. However, he did praise the diversity of the cast, highlighting the characters’ different backgrounds and temperaments. Despite this, he anticipated that some viewers might complain about the film being too “woke,” just as some had done with Star Trek 55 years ago.

Criticism: The Guardian critic Steve Rose scored the film two stars once again and likened it to a 'sophisticated PowerPoint presentation' due to its comprehensive mythological storyline

The film Eternals has received mixed reviews from critics. Steve Rose from The Guardian gave it only two stars and compared it to a “sophisticated PowerPoint presentation” due to its extensive mythological storyline. Robbie Collin from The Telegraph also gave it two stars, stating that the film attempted to showcase all the aspects of proper cinema without any discernible benefit to the story. He further added that the movie had a more muted tone and opted for solemnity with occasional wackiness, giving it a feel of a Japanese anime series. John Nugent from Empire gave the movie three stars and praised Chloé Zhao’s MCU debut as ambitious and assured. Nevertheless, Nugent noted that the film couldn’t escape the clichés of superhero storytelling and often fell into familiar traps of saving the world and learning to work together as a team. Despite this, the film did manage to break some new ground in the MCU with a genuine sex scene and an onscreen gay kiss.

Actors: Evening Standard critic Charlotte O'Sullivan praised the film and gave it an impressive four stars, heaping praise on the cast, bar Gemma Chan's 'wooden' turn as Sersi (above with Kit Harington as Dane Whitman)

The movie received positive feedback from Evening Standard reviewer Charlotte O’Sullivan, who awarded it four stars. The cast was highly praised, except for Gemma Chan’s portrayal of Sersi, which was criticized for being wooden. She appeared opposite Kit Harington as Dane Whitman.

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