Brie Larson and Armie Hammer Did Not Coordinate for the “Free Fire” Los Angeles Premiere

Posted on April 14, 2017

This isn’t the usual instance of a ladystar doing all the work and a boystar showing up in jeans, but there is definitely a discrepancy. In this instance, it’s all about tone. Each outfit, if it doesn’t at least tell a story, definitely sets a sort of tone for what the person thinks about who they are and where they are.

 

The tone that Brie has set is one of simple but sober glamour. “I’m at my movie premiere, but I’m not the type to make a big deal out of it.

The tone that Armie sets is “WOOO! IT’S MAUI FRIDAY IN ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE!”

PERHA– sorry. Caps lock. Perhaps we are being too hard on Armie and this is the point where you’d like to inform us of the likelihood of you having sex with him, should he make the offer to you. That’s all well and good and we’re all dying to hear about it, but the fact of the matter is, his pants and his jacket are just enough shades apart for us to feel completely impotent rage right now. Double migraines are no doubt forthcoming.

 

 

 

We feel like anything we say here is going to sound awfully snotty (like that’s ever stopped us before), but we had to sigh at this one. Hollywood can be very predictable in a lot of ways. Just as it has a tendency to reward actresses with Oscars for playing victims of sexual violence, those same actresses have a tendency to attempt prove their badassedness shortly thereafter, resulting in some occasionally questionable post-Oscar career choices. We’re just saying. This has a decent cast and it’s got Scorsese’s name on it. But man, nothing about it looks appealing to us.

 

Style Credits:
Brie Larson: Elie Saab Purple Velvet and Lace Dress from the Fall 2017 Collection
Armie Hammer: Ermenegildo Zegna Suit | Reiss Print Shirt | Christian Louboutin Shoes

[Photo Credit: Getty Images – Video Credit: A24 via Youtube.com, IMAXTree]

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