White Noise premiered during Venice Film Festival Wednesday.
And, Jodie Turner-Smith, 35, Julianne Moore, 61, and Greta Gerwig, 39, were among the first stars to arrive, bringing the glamor as they graced the red carpet.
White Noise is an adaptation of the best-selling 1985 novel by American novelist Don DeLillo, with the film serving as a curtain raiser to the event before moving on to the New York Film Festival in September.
Jodie looked fierce in a plunging jewel encrusted top and full orange pleated skirt, while complementing her daring ensemble with bright green gloves.
Julianne made sure all eyes were on her as she walked the red carpet in a dazzling black dress and matching cape embellished with multicolored sequins.
The Hollywood star showed off the sheer fabric of her skirt, which left her sexy black underlay showing.
Greta opted for a classic black maxi dress with a low-cut neckline and elegant batwing sleeves, while accessorizing with a huge turquoise pendant necklace.
Breathtaking: Jodie looked fierce in a plunging jewel-encrusted top and full orange pleated skirt, while complementing her daring ensemble with bright green gloves
Gorgeous: Greta opted for a classic black maxi dress with a low-cut neckline and elegant batwing sleeves, while accessorizing with a huge turquoise pendant necklace
Barbara Palvin, 28, shone on the red carpet in a sequined floor-length t-shirt dress.
The Hungarian model rocked a quirky, sharp up-do for the premiere while accentuating her natural beauty with a swipe of bold black eyeliner.
Tessa Thompson, 38, looked sensational in a strapless silver bodice with voluminous ruffles and intricate beading.
The American actress paired her signature piece with a shimmering black pencil skirt and shiny black pointed stilettos.
Amazing: American actress Tessa looked sensational in a strapless silver bodice with voluminous ruffles and intricate beading
Victoria’s Secret model Grace Elizabeth, 25, looked ethereal in a white Grecian-inspired dress.
The sleek dress featured a criss-cross overlay and she added a silver necklace, while styling her raven restraints in a wet look.
Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio, 41, made sure all eyes were on her in the fabulous bright pink dress, as she flashed a glimpse of her famous pins through her sexy side slits.
She increased her height with a pair of barely there stilettos in pink and accessorized with multiple delicate bracelets.
Jodie showed off a hint of cleavage in the edgy dress which had strappy detailing and pearl buttons down the front.
She teamed her dress with long white PVC boots that matched her gloves and opted for bright makeup to show off her naturally pretty features.
The beauty accessorized with colorful drop earrings, a silver choker and a stylish pair of cat-eye sunglasses.
Adam Driver looked dapper at the premiere, dressed in a classic black tuxedo and bow tie, worn with a white shirt with contrasting black buttons.
White Noise sees Adam star alongside Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle and Jodie, in director Noah Baumbach’s screen adaptation of DeLillo’s critically acclaimed postmodern novel about an “airborne toxic event” and its impact on a small American city.
Attracting the biggest stars, the Venice Film Festival is held every year on the island of Lido in the Venice lagoon. With film screenings in the historic Palazzo del Cinema on the Lungomare Marconi.
Newlyweds: Oliver Cheshire, 34, arrived with wife Pixie Lott, 31, who wowed in a cherry red jumpsuit with an elegant ruffle on one shoulder and tapered trousers
This year’s lineup will see the divisive biopic Blonde, starring Ana De Armas as tragic screen icon Marilyn Monroe, battle for the competition’s highest honor.
Brendan Fraser’s moving drama The Whale, where he plays an obese teacher, will also compete alongside films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell.
Speaking about the event’s programming director, Alberto Barbera said: “The program is more varied than usual, placing established filmmakers alongside directors in search of confirmation and, above all, newcomers talent aspiring to international recognition”.
Main man: Adam Driver looked dapper at the premiere, dressed in a classic black tuxedo and bow tie, worn with a white shirt with contrasting black buttons while Don Cheadle opted for a blue version and a colorful bow tie
Stunning: Greta posed with Noah Baumbach as they walked through Venice for the premiere
Unreal: Jodie posed at the water’s edge for some incredible snaps before arriving at the film’s premiere
“But what still prevails is the feeling that “cinema still wants to try to explore ways of thinking, big themes and big questions, the deep relationships that bind people to each other, the power of feelings and memory and the ability to push one’s gaze beyond the horizon of the present.
The Venice Film Festival is the oldest in the world and was founded in 1932, celebrating cinema from around the world.
It will continue until September 10, when a closing ceremony will take place.
What an exit! Fans packed the side of the red carpet for a chance to get a signed autograph and photos of the stars
Members of the jury: (LR) Leila Hatami, Mariano Cohn, Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Audrey Diwan, Julianne Moore, Kazuo Ishiguro, Leonardo Di Costanzo, festival director Alberto Barbera and Roberto Cicutto