Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

As mentioned yesterday, is quite so exciting as a movie that smells like a flop from miles away. But the best thing about a bad movie is how really random celebs show up for its premiere. Take last night's screening of 10,000 B.C. Although Maria Sharapova, left, looked pretty (as did Camilla Belle, although I am already anticipating the wrath of many for my choice on that one) there was plenty of bad stuff to be seen on "stars" like Garcelle Beauvais and Michelle Trachtenberg. The full Good, Bad, and Ugly of the 10,000 B.C. premiere, after the jump.





The Good:

Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

It's crazy, but I love Camilla Belle's one-shoulder look.

Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

Aw, cute kid, Tim Roth. Even if he does look like he's being forcibly dragged.

Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

Well don't Steven Strait and Lynn Collins look to me one of those potentially-trashy-but-painfully-attractive-looking couples.


The Bad:

Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

As Tim Gunn would say, Garcelle Beauvais' dress is a little Holly Hobby.

Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

Anyone else feell ike Aimee Teegarden's childish orange frock is worsened by the Hooters sign in the background?

Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

Why does Michelle Trachtenberg look so dowdy? And drugged?


The Ugly:

Fashions From 10,000 B.C.: Even Loincloths Would Have Been Comelier

There are no words to describe the leopard-on-leopard look being sported by April Scott. Well, except for "Holy fuck."

[Hollywood, CA; March 5. Images via Bauer-Griffin].