Jamie Lee Curtis and Sheryl Lee Ralph looked stunning while walking the red carpet at the AARP The Magazine’s 21st Annual Movies for Grownups Awards on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Both stars met on the carpet and were photographed together donning big smiles as they celebrated their nominations for the night, and Jamie prepared to receive the Career Achievement Award.
The Everything Everywhere All At Once actress, 64, wore an all-black ensemble with a pop of color from a red floral design going diagonally across her blazer.
Super stars: Jamie Lee Curtis hit the red carpet at the AARP The Magazine’s 21st Annual Movies for Grownups Awards. Sheryl Lee Ralph joined Jamie on the carpet for a lot of smiles
Happy faces: The pair are both nominated for big awards at the event
She also sported a black shirt underneath her blazer, dress pants, and pointed-toe heels.
Her blazer was styled with a silk-like lapel and had a large piece of similar fabric hanging down by her side.
Jamie styled her hair in its signature close-cropped look, leaving it naturally grey.
Along with being honored with the Career Achievement Award, the Halloween franchise alum is also nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Everything Everywhere All At Once.
Stylish: Jamie wore an all-black ensemble with a pop of color from a red floral design going diagonally across her blazer
Sheryl paired her gown with silver heels, several rings, a glittering bracelet, and long silver earrings
Along with being honored with the Career Achievement Award, the Halloween franchise alum is also nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Everything Everywhere All At Once
Sheryl, 66, dazzled in a 1920s-inspired silver dress that cut off at her knees, with long strands of silver fabric hanging from the end and reaching the ground.
She paired her gown with silver heels, several rings, a glittering bracelet, and long silver earrings.
Her stunning hair was straightened and flowed down her back. For makeup, she went with a smokey eye, rosy cheeks, and neutral lipgloss.
The beauty is nominated for Best Actress (TV) for her leading role on the comedy show Abbott Elementary as Barbara Howard.
Hosting: Alan Cummings looked dapper as he prepared to host the event
Cuddles: Brian Tyree Henry posed with Jamie on the carpet. Brian would be presenting Jamie with her Career Achievement Award
Big star: Brendan Fraser is nominated for Best Actor at the ceremony
Cool guy: He is nominated for his role in the A24 film The Whale
Angelic: Hong Chau wore an all white outfit with a very eye-catching top
Jamie and Sheryl have had a very successful year in terms of awards show recognition.
Both actresses were nominated for Critics’ Choice Awards, with Sheryl taking home the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Jamie was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, but the award was won by Angela Bassett.
They were also nominated for Golden Globe Awards, but neither of them won their award.
Jamie also received her first career nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Rock and roll: Austin Butler looked classy as he attended the event. He is nominated for Best Actor for his role in Elvis
Legend: Baz Luhrmann wore a tuxedo on the carpet. He won the award for Best Director
Star power: Baz directed Austin in the hit film Elvis, which came out in June 2022
AARP The Magazine’s 21st Annual Movies for Grownups Awards took place at the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, California.
It started in 2002 and is given annually by the AARP with the goal of encouraging Hollywood to make more movies by and about people over the age of 50.
Joined on the carpet were other nominees for the night as well as the host of the show, Alan Cumming, 58.
Alan looked very dapper on the carpet, donning a navy suit with a black lapel and black bowtie.
Queen: Annette Benning looked regal in an ankle-length black dress. She wore a black blazer over the dress and fastened it in the front
The Dude: Jeff Bridges wore an all black ensemble and was nominated for Best Actor (TV)
Couple moment: He was joined at the AARP event by his wife Susan
Stud: Glenn Powell, breakout star of Top Gun: Maverick wore a pinstriped blue suit
He wore a white button-up undershirt and dressed the look down with a pair of dark brown sneakers.
Bryan Tyree Henry joined Jamie for several photos at the event, wearing a maroon suit with a blood-red tie and black dress shoes.
The Bullet Train actor will be presenting Jamie with her achievement award at the ceremony.
Brendan Fraser walked the carpet wearing a blue suit with a white undershirt and black shoes. He wore a smile on his face for the photos and donned his signature black-rimmed glasses.
Classic: Jerry Bruckheimer arrived wearing a classy black suit. The director was joined by his wife Linda
Regal: Wendie Malick wore a flattering pantsuit to the ceremony
Handsome: Zachary Abel had a big smile on his face as he wore a classic black suit
The Whale actor is nominated for Best Actor at the event. He has also had a very successful awards season, receiving the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actor, and has attained his first career Academy Award nomination.
Austin Butler hit the carpet with his Elvis director Baz Luhrmann, both men looking stylish in black suits. The legendary director added a bow tie to his ensemble to pull together the look.
The actor, who played the rock and roll legend, is nominated for Best Actor for the night. He recently won the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his role as Elvis.
Like Brendan, Austin just received his first nomination for an Academy Award. Both actors are nominated in the same category.
Pose: Jason Butler Harner and Jennifer Ehle attended the event, both in suits. Frankie Faison looked extra cool with a pop of pink to offset his white ensemble
Precious: Jalyn Hall, breakout star of Till, wore a yin-yang- like suit
Fashion: Judd Hirsch donned a classic checkered suit. Judith Ivey wore a floral kimono on the carpet
Pop of pink: Patricia Clarkson, star of Sharp Objects, looked extra bright in a pink dress
Annette Bening looked regal in an ankle-length black dress. She wore a black blazer over the dress and fastened it in the front.
Glen Powell, the breakout star of Top Gun: Maverick, sported a pinstripe blue and white two-piece suit. He unbuttoned the top buttons of his white undershirt and paired the outfit with brown shoes.
Jeff Bridges hit the carpet in a black suit with a black button-up underneath. He wore his beard long and had his silver hair slicked back.
The Old Man actor is nominated for Best Actor (TV) for his role in the FX television show.
Young: Gabriel LaBelle, breakout star of The Fabelmans, sported a simple suit with the top buttons of his undershirt undone
Wholesome: The Ishiguros wore similar black suits as they arrived at the ceremony
Eye-catcher: Lisa Ann Walter shined in a shimmering green gown. Paul Walter Hauser had his game face on while donning a navy suit
Director Jerry Bruckheimer and his wife Linda looked elegant in a suit and gown for the event.
The National Treasure director whore a tuxedo with a matching bow tie, while his wife wore a modest black gown with lace detailing.
Other A-list stars and nominees also attended the event, such as Paul Walter Hauser, Lisa Ann Walter, Jason Butler Harner, Jennifer Ehle, Frankie Faison, Jeremy Bloom, Jalyn Hall, Judith Ivey, Hong Chau, Patricia Clarkson, Wendie Malick, Zachary Abel, and T Bone Burnett.
Nice: T Bone Burnett looked edgy with his hands in his pockets and a stylish pair of shades on. Jeremy Bloom kept it simple with black tie event attire
While at the event, many of the stars gathered together to enjoy the night, taking photos, laughing, and celebrating wins.
Austin Butler presented Baz Lurhmann with the award for Best Director for their movie Elvis. He was later on beaten out for Best Actor by Brendan Fraser for his role in The Whale.
The Elvis actor and director embraced in a meaningful hug while inside the venue.
Movie star: Austin Butler spoke on stage at the AARP Movies for Grownups Awards and presented Baz Lurhmann with the award for Best Director
Emotional: Baz directed Austin as Elvis in their film Elvis, which earned both of them Golden Globe and Oscar nods. The actor and director embraced in a meaningful hug during the ceremony
Pure joy: Bryan Tyree Henry engaged in laughs and good times while inside the event
The night carried on with a lot of smiles as Jamie Lee Curtis and Glenn Powell shared an adorable moment during the ceremony. The pair co-starred in the TV show Scream Queens together in 2015.
Alan Cumming, while hosting, enjoyed himself with a drink throughout the night, sporting a martini glass and staring down the camera.
Annette Bening presented the award for Best Supporting Actress to Judith Ivey for her role in the standout film Woman Talking. The groundbreaking film received two Oscar nods for Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay.
The host with the most: Alan enjoyed a drink in a martini glass while he took a break from his hosting duties
Her moment: Sheryl won the award for Best Actress (TV). The star took the stage to accept her award from her co-star Lisa Ann Walter
Old friends: Jamie and Glenn shared a wholesome moment during the event. The pair were co-starred in the show Scream Queens in 2015
Success: Judith was all smiles as she accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress for her Oscar nominated film Woman Talking. Jeff commanded the stage while accepting the award for Best Actor (TV)
Best Supporting Actor was won by Judd Hirsch for his few minutes of screen time in Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans. His co-star Gabriel LaBelle presented him with the award.
Sheryl Lee Ralph took the Best Actress (TV) award for her role in Abbott Elementary, and Jeff Bridges took the Best Actor (TV) award for his role in The Old Man.
Sheryl’s co-star Lisa Ann Walter gave her the award while T Bone Burnett presented Jeff with his.
Chatting: Brendan Fraser and Kazuo Ishiguro stopped for a chat. They both ended up winning their respective awards for the night
Excitement: Judd Hirsch was presented with the award for Best Supporting Actor by his co-star from The Fabelmans, Gabriel LaBelle
Joy: Patricia Clarkson caught in the moment while seated at her table
When it was announced that Sheryl had won the award, the actress reacted with a smile on her face and pointed at the crowd in excitement.
The award for Best Intergenerational Movie went to Till, which was accepted by Jalyn Hall, who played Emmett Till in the film. It was presented to him by Jo Ann Jenkins, the CEO of the AARP.
More winners from the night were Jerry Bruckheimer for Best Movie for Top Gun: Maverick and Kazuo Ishiguro for Best Screenwriter.
All eyes on him: Glenn commanded the camera for a candid moment