Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade know how to rock a purple carpet.
The movie star couple was a sight to see on Thursday, Sept. 8, whereas they attended the premiere of Union’s movie The Inspection at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.
Union, 49—who stars within the upcoming drama—looked ravishing for the event on the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto, the place she donned a satin black Vivienne Westwood gown that includes a thigh-high slit. She paired the look with black open-toe heels and jewelry from Melinda Maria and Graziela Gems.
The Bring It On star was supported by her former basketball star husband, 40, who was dressed up in a black Burberry tuxedo for the swanky occasion.
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While promoting the new movie, Union and Wade have been joined by the actress’ fellow cast members, including Jeremy Pope, McCaul Lombardi, Nicholas Logan and Aubrey Joseph.
Also current at Thursday’s event was the movie’s author and director, Elegance Bratton, whose real-life story inspired the plot of the upcoming movie.
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The movie—set in 2005—follows the story of a homosexual man who is thrown out of his spiritual mom’s home and finds himself living in a New Jersey shelter. He finally ends up becoming a member of the navy in an act of desperation whereas attempting to keep his sexual identification a secret so as to survive during the occasions of “don’t ask, do not tell.”
“It’s a film mild on massive moments and large speeches, interested extra in the problem of the on an everyday basis, how a queer man navigates a world of aggressive chest-puffing masculinity when his must be held may outweigh his have to be accepted,” a movie evaluate from The Guardian learn.
The reviewer additionally weighed in on Union’s efficiency in the flick, stating, “She’s good, particularly in her first scene, wielding a stinging severity that some actors would both shy away from or ham up.”
Fans will have the flexibility to watch Union in the movie for themselves when it is launched on Nov. 18.