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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Attend 'The Captive' Cannes Premiere

May 17, 2014 (6:32 am) GMT
The 'R.I.P.D.' actor and his actress wife are joined by his co-stars like Rosario Dawson, Mireille Enos, and Scott Speedman.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Attend 'The Captive' Cannes Premiere

got support from his wife at the premiere of his movie "" at the Cannes International Film Festival. The couple wore coordinating black-and-white outfits from Gucci to the special screening in France on Friday, May 16.

Reynolds looked dashing in his designer suit with a white satin bowtie, while his beautiful spouse dazzled in a strapless gown with a dramatic voluminous skirt. She finished it off with Lorraine Schwartz diamond bracelet and necklaces. It was her second appearance at this year's Cannes. She previously attended the premiere of 's "", wearing a Gucci maroon dress with sexy thigh-high slit.

Reynolds was joined by co-stars and pregnant . The former actress rocked a black and white lace Dolce & Gabbana sleeveless dress, while the latter showed off her baby bump in an emerald green gown by Jenny Packham. Another cast member, , was among the guests as well.

"The Captive" is a psychological thriller which revolves around the kidnapping of a young girl, the investigation that follows, and the mystery of what happened to the child during the years she was missing. It opens at Cannes to compete for Palme d'Or prize before hitting theaters later. U.S. distribution rights for the movie have been acquired by A24 in partnership with DirecTV.

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