Jenna Ortega braved a sea of lightbulbs Tuesday night at the Los Angeles premiere of her new film Finestkind.
The 21-year-old actress – who recently wrapped production on Beetlejuice 2 – arrived on the red carpet with co-stars Tommy Lee Jones and Lolita Davidovich.
Ortega wore a sheer white mini dress with a unique silhouette that highlighted her petite frame.
The dress had a structured skirt and a jacket-like bodice.
Ortega accessorized with an elegant silver necklace with matching drop earrings.
The Wednesday star’s raven hair was swept into a messy updo with a tousled fringe.
She moved from pose to pose in a pair of white Mary Jane heels.
Ortega posed for several photos with her co-star Tommy Lee Jones.
The Men In Black star, 77, looked dapper in a navy blue pinstripe suit with a white shirt and blue tie.
Lolita Davidovich wore an elegant black faux leather dress that hugged her curves.
The 62-year-old actress coordinated her look with a short striped jacket and black high-heeled shoes.
She brought along her lookalike daughter, Valentina Shelton.
The crime thriller revolves around two brothers from different backgrounds who are brought together and must reach a deal with an organized crime syndicate, with a young woman caught at the heart of the cases.
It had its world premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival in September, but due to the SAG-AFTRA strike, the cast was unable to attend.
It was initially scheduled to star Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Ansel Elgort in 2018, but production delays led to cast changes.
The first look was released in August – more than a year after Jones was pictured filming a scene for the film in May 2022.
Finestkind will be available to stream on Paramount+ starting December 15.
Over the past year, Ortega has become Hollywood’s favorite star.
Last month, she went right back to work on the set of Beetlejuice 2 after the SAG-AFTRA strike ended on November 9.
The film — a sequel to the 1988 film starring Michael Keaton as the titular character — was nearing completion until a SAG-AFTRA strike halted production in July.
The highly anticipated sequel also sees the return of Winona Ryder, who played Lydia Dietz and Keaton, directed by Tim Burton.
She currently has several upcoming projects in post-production and her hit Netflix show was renewed on Wednesday for a second season.
Due to Wednesday’s intense filming schedule, it was reported late last month that Jenna would not be starring in the seventh installment of the Scream franchise.
She appeared in Scream (2022) and Scream VI (2023).
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