Halle Berry takes the plunge in a black puff-sleeve dress as she gets closer to handsome Van Hunt at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opening gala in LA
Glitter and glamor were on the agenda Saturday night as some of the entertainment industry’s biggest stars attended the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opening gala in Los Angeles.
Among the A-list entrants were Oscar winner Halle Berry and her boyfriend Van Hunt, who were caught posing on the red carpet.
The actress, 55, beamed with youth in a sweetheart black puff-sleeve mini dress with a plunging neckline.
Beautiful; Halle Berry, 55, looked glamorous at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opening gala in Los Angeles on Saturday
The sleek number was used to highlight all of the hard work Halle has done in the gym over the past few years.
She also had a lift in black wedge heels and pulled her brunette braids up into a sleek bun with a part down the middle.
Berry happily co-starred with Hunt, who looked good in a black three-piece suit and black dress shoes.
The 51-year-old musician had his head completely shaved and sported a neat beard and mustache.
Couples time: Oscar-winning actress co-starred with handsome Van Hunt
While striking poses together, the duo held hands or gave occasional love shots.
At one point, while dropping a pose for the photographers, the Oscar-winning actress gave an alluring smile and waved her hand.
The actress confirmed her relationship with Hunt in September 2020 with a cheeky Instagram post.
âNow you knowâ¦â Berry captioned a photo of herself wearing a shirt with Hunt’s name on it and holding a glass in her hand.
Several months later, the couple made their red carpet debut at the 2021 Oscars.
Star-cloted: Berry was among a host of big celebrities who attended the event, including Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Regina King, Laura Dern, Anna Kendrick, Kate Hudson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cher, Queen Latifah and Kristen Stewart, among many others
The festive Saturday night, co-chaired by Ava DuVernay, Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum, paid tribute to actress Sophia Loren and filmmaker Haile Gerima.
Tom Hanks, Annette Benning and Bob Iger were also recognized for their fundraising efforts for the museum.
Other stars who attended the event included Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Regina King, Laura Dern, Anna Kendrick, Kate Hudson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cher, Queen Latifah and Kristen Stewart, among others.
The new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, located on the LACMA campus, will be officially open to the public from September 30.
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