Kittens, this premiere presented us with quite the content condundrum. It was so stocked with A-Listers and household names that we honestly struggled with how to cover it in a timely manner. If we gave everyone their own post, it would have taken several days for us to push out the opinions you all so desperately need to hear from us. But this isn’t the Oscars or the Met Gala, which means multiple days of coverage for one event might just be overkill, A-Listers or not. Let’s not think of these efforts as “leftovers,” darlings. Rather, we should consider them collectively as one big, overflowing cornucopia of celebrity fashion. Which we are all going to judge now. And remember, if you don’t see your fave Avenger or Avenger-adjacent star here, click on the “Avengers: Endgame” tag to see all our coverage.
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger
His jacket’s too snug and his look is dull overall. She, on the other hand, picked a pretty fabulous gown for herself.
Elizabeth Olsen in Alexandre Vauthier
Great color, but a totally generic and forgettable look otherwise.
Evangeline Lilly in Denis Gagnon
Nothing generic or forgettable here. We don’t exactly love her style, but the more of it we see on the red carpet, the more we appreciate her full on embrace of tacky Elvis-iana. This is all too much, but it’s also pretty fun and she gets credit for not going the sexy star route. But okay, the pants are terrible.
Gwyneth Paltrow in G. Label
It’s a cliched look and we’re not feeling the scarf or whatever, but it’s got more sass and polish from most of her recent red carpetry. We’ll take it.
Josh Brolin and Kathryn Boyd
He’s fine. Love her pajamas, but they don’t look particularly coordinated as a couple.
Laura Cardellini in J. Mendel
Well that ended strangely. That is not the skirt we expected to see attached to that bodice.
Letitia Wright in Armani Privé
It’s a bit too shiny, but we really like this for her. The design of the suit is interesting and we are ridiculously grateful she didn’t opt for a naked sandal. Love those shoes.
Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus in Saint Laurent
Kind of love the dress but we’re not feeling her hair. He looks okay. It’s not his movie so we wouldn’t have expected more than brotherly style support.
Natalie Portman in Christian Dior
“Fine. I showed up. You Disney bitches happy now?”
Pom Klementieff in Chanel
Alexis Carrington would like her dress back.
We’re not fans of white t-shirts under suits, but he’s so dreamy and it goes so well with the pale blue that we don’t mind it so much. We’re not a hundred percent on the pewter shoes, though.
Tessa Thompson in Ronald van der Kemp
Yaas, Space Queen. Serve us that galactic fashion weirdness.
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