Silken Dresses and Smart Suits at the X-Men Premiere

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This weekend, a rag-tag band of a-list celebrities gathered together to celebrate a movie about fighting robots in which they had acted. For some reason, almost every woman wore pink. Hugh Jackman did the Wolverine pose a few times, and Jennifer Lawrence almost fell over (again).

Let us take a look:

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Here's Jennifer Lawrence — NOT IN DIOR, which is shocking — wearing a velvet jacquard Jason Wu slip gown. It's not the most exciting garment in the universe, but still very lovely. She also did a new thing with her hair, which I am very into.

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YAAAAAAS, ELLEN PAGE. She's wearing a Band of Outsiders tuxedo jacket and leather pants by Saint Laurent. Perfect.

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Emma Roberts opted for a pretty pink pencil dress by Katie Ermilio. As was the case with Jennifer Lawrence, this look is a bit bland — I can't help but feel like it's missing jewelry, or something.

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More pink. TV presenter Louise Roe wore a fuchsia blazer that did not quite match her shoes; Famke Janssen wore a bright cocktail dress by J. Mendel; Zosia Mamet continued the Red Carpet Formal Crop Top trend quite adeptly.

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Some stunning couples: Sir Patrick Stewart and his wife Sunny Ozell, in Dolce and Gabbana; Peter Dinklage and his wife Erica Schmidt; Shawn Ashmore and his wife Dana Wasdin.

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TV personality Rocsi looked very Kim Kardashian-esque in a monochrome pencil skirt/elegant crop top combination; Fan Bingbing was obviously the best dressed because she wore a gown with a feather cape; Lyndie Greenwood went much more casual in a printed party romper.

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Some men: Michael Fassbender in a three-piece suit; James Marsden in plaid; Evan Peters looking bold in turquoise.

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In better-fitting suits, we have Hugh Jackman; Nicholas Hoult (who was not once photographed with Jennifer Lawrence, sorry); and Booboo Stewart, who has officially beaten Jared Leto for the coveted title of Best Flowing Locks, Man Category.

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I don't know why, but there were no full-body photos of James McAvoy. WAS HE GOING FULL TUMNUS BELOW THE WAIST? Probably.

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In closing, look how much fun Hugh Jackman had!

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OK, I'm going to have to take Ellen Page to task here. I think it's a great look, but Imma need her to try a little harder. First, get a shirt that fits and second, tuck that shit in.

Also, can we please talk about the snake in the living room? Yes, Michael Fassbinder, we know you have a dick. We've all seen it. Congratulations on your penis. It's lovely. Now stop.