Scarlett Johansson felt "overwhelmingly sad" about Black Widow's death in "Avengers: Endgame," despite having "Black Widow" prequel on the way.
At Comic-Con, fans cosplay their favorite characters from film and television. Hundreds of Harley Quinns, Harry Potters, stormtroopers, and superheroes convened in San Diego, Calif., while their onscreen portrayers were also in attendance — except in their street clothes. Yet while Chris Pratt was in jeans and black T-shirt, Michael B. Jordan a crewneck sweatshirt, and Ben Affleck in sneakers, their female counterparts were all dressed up: Brie Larson, who was announced as Captain Marvel, wore an emerald green jumpsuit from Gabriela Hearst; Margot Robbie’s trench coat dress from Monse with Louis Vuitton booties could have come straight off the runway; Zendaya looked adorably overdressed in a Kenzo ensemble; and more. Sure, everyone looked beautiful — Tilda Swinton’s dark green suit was a particular high note — but the juxtaposition of men in casual clothes next to their female co-stars in red carpet-ready ensembles definitely underlined the fact that there’s a sexist fashion issue in Hollywood. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
It wasn’t only the ticket holders who dressed up for Comic-Con International in San Diego last week.A whole host of A-listers, including Margot Robbie, Cara Delevingne and Emma Roberts, donned their most glamorous gear for their promotional panels, parties and photo calls at the annual event - and left us with some serious red carpet inspiration.
Comic-Con kicked off on Thursday, which meant the cosplay brigade was out and about on the streets of San Diego striking superheroic poses. Click through to see our gallery of the various Supermans, Ghostbusters, and marvelous mashups.
Rosario Dawson is a Comic Con regular who demands more from the comic book and video game industry. Most recently, she told MTV News that Hollywood shouldn’t just be focused on the gender wage gap. At an AirBnB Havana-themed party in New York City on Tuesday, Dawson told Yahoo Beauty that MTV had not published another wage gap issue she had brought up in her interview: “I also talked about the transgender wage gap, but they cut that out.” She shrugged.
Superheroes and anime characters have swarmed to San Diego, California for Comic-Con 2015. While it’s safe to say the Jedi, Dragonball, zombie and Mad Max costumes have been sartorial spectaculars, celebrities have taken to the annual celebration in more traditional, nonetheless stylish, outfits. Lea Michele, for one, showed off her toned and trim physique in a number of sexy two-piece sets and form-fitting ensembles. 15-year-old Willow Shields was also no exception. The Hunger Games actress traded Primrose Everdeen’s white blouse and wooly jumper for a color-blocked plaid House of Holland dress. Still, she managed to tap into the outlandish spirit of the sci-fi festival with a playful baby print off-the-shoulder Brooke Atwood dress that she wore to Comic-Con’s MTV Fandom Awards. And she wasn’t the only actor to bring high fashion to the costume-dominated celebration: Jennifer Lawrence stunned in a black Valentino cutout gown; Katharine McPhee wore a crop top and pencil skirt combo; Kristin Connolly stood out in red; and so many more. More from Yahoo Style:Q & A with “Game of Thrones” Natalie Dormer ‘Hunger Games’ Actress Amandla Stenberg Educates the Internet About Cultural AppropriationKiller Accessories Inspired by the Hunger Games