Gemma Chan rocks a stunning powder blue gown while hitting the red carpet at Don’t Worry Darling

Gemma Chan rocks a stunning powder blue gown while hitting the red carpet at the New York premiere of Don’t Worry Darling

The stars of the highly-anticipated Don’t Worry Darling were out in full force on Monday night for the New York City premiere, including Gemma Chan.

The 39-year-old British actress was all smiles while hitting the red carpet at the premiere, held at AMC Lincoln Square Theater in New York City.

Chan plays Shelley in the highly-anticipated thriller from director Olivia Wilde and her new boyfriend Harry Styles, hitting theaters September 23. 

Gemma steps out: The stars of the highly-anticipated Don't Worry Darling were out in full force on Monday night for the New York City premiere, including Gemma Chan

Gemma steps out: The stars of the highly-anticipated Don’t Worry Darling were out in full force on Monday night for the New York City premiere, including Gemma Chan

Chan stepped out in a sleeveless powder blue gown that was cinched off with a small black belt.

She had he black hair parted down the center and pulled back, while accessorizing with small gold hoop earrings.

The actress completed her look with a black ring on her left hand though her footwear for the evening was obscured by her flowing gown.

Gemma's look: Chan stepped out in a sleeveless powder blue gown that was cinched off with a small black belt

Gemma’s look: Chan stepped out in a sleeveless powder blue gown that was cinched off with a small black belt

Chan plays Shelley in Don’t Worry Darling, the wife of Chris Pine’s character Frank, the creator of the mysterious Victory Project.

The film is set in the 1950s, following Alice (Florence Pugh) and Jack Chambers (Harry Styles), a young couple who move into a company-run town paid for by the Victory Project.

Alice begins to delve deeper into her husband’s mysterious work, which raises tensions amid the tight-knit community. 

Character: Chan plays Shelley in Don't Worry Darling, the wife of Chris Pine's character Frank, the creator of the mysterious Victory Project

Character: Chan plays Shelley in Don’t Worry Darling, the wife of Chris Pine’s character Frank, the creator of the mysterious Victory Project

The film debuted at the prestigious Venice Film Festival earlier this month, which drew headlines for Florence Pugh skipping the press conference.

Pugh has barely promoted the film, following rumors that she clashed with director Olivia Wilde on set, amid her new romance with Harry Styles.

The Venice premiere also made headlines when some claimed that Harry Styles actually spit on Chris Pine while taking his seat at the premiere, which was denied by Pine’s reps, while Styles cracked a joke about it on stage on tour. 

Premiere: The film debuted at the prestigious Venice Film Festival earlier this month, which drew headlines for Florence Pugh skipping the press conference

Premiere: The film debuted at the prestigious Venice Film Festival earlier this month, which drew headlines for Florence Pugh skipping the press conference

Chan is attached to star in the new Apple TV Plus series Extrapolations, a new climate change TV series from writer Scott Z. Burns (Contagion).

The show tells, ‘intimate, unanticipated stories of how the upcoming changes to our planet will affect love, faith, work and family on a personal and human scale.’

She is part of a star-studded cast that includes Meryl Streep, Matthew Rhys, Kit Harrington, Sienna Miller, Tahar Rahim, Daveed Diggs, David Schwimmer and Adarsh Gourav.

New show: Chan is attached to star in the new Apple TV Plus series Extrapolations, a new climate change TV series from writer Scott Z. Burns (Contagion)

New show: Chan is attached to star in the new Apple TV Plus series Extrapolations, a new climate change TV series from writer Scott Z. Burns (Contagion)

Stories: The show tells, 'intimate, unanticipated stories of how the upcoming changes to our planet will affect love, faith, work and family on a personal and human scale'

Stories: The show tells, ‘intimate, unanticipated stories of how the upcoming changes to our planet will affect love, faith, work and family on a personal and human scale’

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