BULLET TRAIN Los Angeles Premiere Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on August 02, 2022

Stars Brad Pitt and Joey King wore such discussable looks that we were legally compelled to give them spotlight posts, but the whole Bullet Train gang came out for the LA premiere sporting ensembles that begged to be assessed. So let’s get assessing!

 

 

Aaron Taylor-Johnson in Celine

The proportions here seem just a little off – that jacket is almost short enough to be a bolero and the waist of the pants is kind of high – but we are once again forced to admit (and admire) that the man really can make Douche Chic work for him. Don’t love the elf boots, though.

 

 

 

Bad Bunny in Dior Homme

We love the hair and appreciate the fine quality of the suit, but compared to some of his more adventurous red carpet looks, this is a little disappointing.

 

 

 

Brian Tyree Henry

This has got a lot of swagger and style to it, and we think it’s pretty perfectly styled. Seems like a lot of clothes for August, but everything looks pretty lightweight.

 

 

Hiroyuki Sanada

We love the suit. The shirt’s okay, but we wish the shoes had a bit more of a shine to them.

 

 

 

Logan Lerman in Prada

It’s all cute, but we can’t help thinking those shoes don’t really go with a polo shirt. Also, the logo sort of makes it look like he works at a country club.

 

 

 

Simu Liu

The suit’s fine (if dull in color), but that stretched out neckline on the t-shirt is making us wince.

 

 

 

Zazie Beetz in Acne Studios

We know we should probably hate this (and make the obligatory Britney reference), but it made us smile when we first caught sight of it. It’s fun. A little heavy-looking, but fun.

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Eric Charbonneau/Sony Pictures, Stewart Cook/Sony Pictures, Faye’s Vision/Cover Images]

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