‘The Heat’ New York Premiere

‘The Heat’ New York Premiere

The New York premiere of ‘The Heat’ took place at the Ziegfeld Theatre on Sunday evening with the two main stars in attendance.

Sandra Bullock: The actress slipped back to wearing black, wearing an Ermanno Scervino leather dress following her amazing purple-hued Prabal Gurung frock from last week. She makes me forgive and forget thanks to her outstanding Bottega Veneta appliquéd leather sandals.

Melissa McCarthy: When I saw this look I said “almost”. The actress wore a black jumpsuit, with a rather odd sarong-like detail wrapped around her waist. This detail kills the look, doing more harm than then intended good. I’m sure she would have looked better without it. Someone needs to put Mr Tadashi Shoji on her speed dial.

Zosia Mamet: One can only assume that Zosia was rolled out of bed and onto the red carpet for this premiere, as there is no other reason for this look.

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18 thoughts on “‘The Heat’ New York Premiere

  1. Christine

    I would like to see Melissa in a Tadashi Shoji dress. Sandra looks ok but her Prabal Gurung look was A+

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  2. Yeliz

    I only like Sandra’s shoes, the dress is too tight. Her gorgeous Prabal Gurung look was a lot better than this.
    It’s such a shame that Melissa’s look had that sarong-like detail, because she would’ve looked amazing without it.
    Just no to Zosia’s look.

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  3. Marybeth

    Sandra looks nice but she’ll have a hard time living up to that purple Prabal Gurung!

    I’d love to see how Melissa’a jumpsuit would have looked without the tablecloth wrapped around her midsection. It might have been nice. Perhaps she might have found an attractive belt to punch it up a bit.

    Zosia does look like she just rolled out of bed — a hospital bed to be exact. Nevertheless, I’m delighted to see something other than that severe, parted-down-the-middle, mean-old-lady hairdo she always sports. (Okay, this hair isn’t exactly good, but it’s a step outside of her usual zone and in the right direction.)

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  4. gabis

    Not a memorable look for Sandra and a very unfortunate return to the full-black-outfits road. Obviously she’s a gorgeous woman so overall she looks nice but she can do a lot better. As usual her hair and makeup are flawless. They’re the best part of her ensemble.

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  5. AnderBoBo

    I think Sandra looks great, I can’t believe she is naerly 50 years old! I totally agree that draping is drawing the eye right to the very spot Mellisa appears to want to camouflage. I’m surprised Zosia was even allowed on the red carpet in that over-sized Hanes t-shirt.

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  6. kane

    No to all of them. Zosia looks like she’s still rather miffed about the Kickstarter affair. “I would given the shirt off my back!”

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  7. Alicat

    My goodness. What is going on here? Sandra’s dress has potential but sits too low. It is unflattering to her bust and too long. Melissa’s outfit is hideous. It begins by looking like a track suit, and ends up being one of the most unflattering outfits a larger lady could wear with the addition of the “sarong detail”. If the intention was to draw attention away, ( if that needed to be done in the first place), then it has had the opposite effect. I have the exact same T shirt Zosia is wearing. I keep it for wearing around the house on super hot days when no one else is home. That’s because I shouldn’t be seen in it. The same applies here.

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  8. amy

    This is a red carmaggedon. Sandra’s dress is too tight, and isn’t flattering her bust.
    Melissa: tracksuit+ sarong? That’s a recipe for a failure
    Zosia needs to go back to her apartment and find her trousers.

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  9. Rashmi

    All three looks are blah, Sandra fairing the best out of them. As for Melissa, you are right, please introduce her to Tadashi Shoji.
    And for Zosia, there are no words! Wearing something outrageous is acceptable, but not wearing anything is not!
    Btw, she repeated her own style from Trance premiere, wearing the same shoes.

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