Jordan Peele flashes a smile alongside his stunning wife Chelsea Peretti while attending the premiere of his latest film Keanu held at the ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on Wednesday (April 27) in Hollywood, Calif.
Jordan and Chelsea, 38, recently revealed they got married and skipped having a big formal wedding.
“We spent the money on ourselves and we had a day for us and we sort of got away, and it was the best thing we could’ve done,” Jordan expressed (via People). “I recommend elopement to anyone! Tell your family about it later.”
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FYI: Chelsea is wearing a Style Runway jumpsuit, Brian Atwood heels, EF Collection studs, and carrying a Kotur clutch. Jordan is wearing a Todd Snyder suit, Rails shoes, an Armani tie, and a Hugo Boss shirt. Nia is wearing a Lanvin dress. Keegan is wearing a John Varvatos three piece suit and shirt.
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The film’s directors Ethan and Joel Coen also snapped a photo on the red carpet!
FYI: Channing is wearing a suit by Ermenegildo Zegna Couture. Jenna is wearing a Ralph and Russo Couture gown with Irene Neuwirth jewelry. Alison is wearing a Talbot Runhof dress. Melissa is wearing a Drome dress and Brunello Cucinelli shoes. Josh is wearing Dolce&Gabbana.
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Taissa Farmiga flashes a big smile as she poses for photographs while attending the special premiere of her latest film 6 Years on Tuesday (August 25) in Hollywood.
The 21-year-old American Horror Story actress was joined by her co-stars Ben Rosenfield, Joshua Leonard, Lindsay Burdge, Jennifer Lafleur, and director Hannah Fidell as they all sat down for a special Q&A session following the screening of the flick.
“She’s growing up and trying to figure out how to handle her emotions,” Taissa said about her character (via Yahoo). “It’s her first serious relationship and I was going through similar things at the time. Learning how to communicate is a big thing I got to discover… I like to play new people because it helps me figure out how to be them and [in turn] it helps me figure out who I am.”
6 Years is available on iTunes and On Demand now – Watch an exclusive clip here!
During the event, current students shared their impassioned stories of how Communities in Schools has supported them individually by providing them with a network and resources to not only get through secondary school, but to overcome some of the specific challenges facing them in their respective communities.