Olivia Wilde is a vision in white as she and her fiance Jason Sudeikis arrive at the Gotham Awards

She was nominated for the Breakthrough Director award for her directorial debut Booksmart.

Olivia Wilde glowed in an elegant white gown as she arrived at the Gotham Awards in New York City on Monday.

The 35-year-old actress and filmmaker was joined by her fiancé Jason Sudeikis, 44, who looked classy in a three-piece suit.

Cute couple: Olivia Wilde, 35, glowed in an elegant white gown as she arrived at the Gotham Awards in New York City on Monday with her fiancé Jason Sudeikis, 44

Cute couple: Olivia Wilde, 35, glowed in an elegant white gown as she arrived at the Gotham Awards in New York City on Monday with her fiancé Jason Sudeikis, 44

Cute couple: Olivia Wilde, 35, glowed in an elegant white gown as she arrived at the Gotham Awards in New York City on Monday with her fiancé Jason Sudeikis, 44

Olivia’s white dress featured a tightly pleated skirt that expanded luxuriously.

Her top was made of lacy designs studded with rhinestones and featured sheer side panels that displayed a bit of sideboob.

The 5ft7in beauty wore her golden tresses in thick waves cascading over her shoulders, and she flashed a winning smile on her elegantly made-up face.

Woman in white: Olivia's white dress featured a tightly pleated skirt that expanded luxuriously

Woman in white: Olivia's white dress featured a tightly pleated skirt that expanded luxuriously

Woman in white: Olivia’s white dress featured a tightly pleated skirt that expanded luxuriously

Sparkling: Her top was made of lacy designs studded with rhinestones

Sparkling: Her top was made of lacy designs studded with rhinestones

Revealing: The outfit featured sheer side panels that displayed a bit of sideboob

Revealing: The outfit featured sheer side panels that displayed a bit of sideboob

Sparkling: Her top was made of lacy designs studded with rhinestones and featured sheer side panels that displayed a bit of sideboob

Impeccable: The 5ft7in beauty wore her golden tresses in thick waves cascading over her shoulders, and she flashed a winning smile on her elegantly made-up face

Impeccable: The 5ft7in beauty wore her golden tresses in thick waves cascading over her shoulders, and she flashed a winning smile on her elegantly made-up face

Impeccable: The 5ft7in beauty wore her golden tresses in thick waves cascading over her shoulders, and she flashed a winning smile on her elegantly made-up face

Jason looked as dapper as Olivia looked lovely with his black three-piece Tom Ford suit.

The former Saturday Night Live star paired it with a knit tie and sported a thick mustache and some designer stubble.

He has been dating Olivia since November 2011, and the couple got engaged in January 2013.

They don’t seem in much of a hurry to get engaged, and Jason joked on Watch What Happens Live! in 2016 that they wouldn’t tie the knot until marijuana was legal in all 50 US states.

He was featured onscreen earlier this year in Olivia’s directorial debut Booksmart as the besieged principal of a wealthy LA high school who moonlights as a ride share driver.

Winning looks: Jason looked as dapper as Olivia looked lovely with his black three-piece Tom Ford suit

Winning looks: Jason looked as dapper as Olivia looked lovely with his black three-piece Tom Ford suit

Winning looks: Jason looked as dapper as Olivia looked lovely with his black three-piece Tom Ford suit

Rugged: The former Saturday Night Live star paired it with a knit tie and sported a thick mustache and some designer stubble

Rugged: The former Saturday Night Live star paired it with a knit tie and sported a thick mustache and some designer stubble

Rugged: The former Saturday Night Live star paired it with a knit tie and sported a thick mustache and some designer stubble

The former House star’s first try at directing a film was a smashing success with critics, and the movie currently boasts a sterling 97 percent fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Despite the plaudits, audiences didn’t rush out to see the sometimes-raunchy female coming-of-age comedy, and it only brought in $24.6 million against a budget of $6 million.

Some took the meager earnings as a sign of sexism, as the raunchy male coming-of-age comedy Good Boys was released months later and earned over $110 million.

But box office analysts attributed its failures more to its lack of major stars and the studio’s choice to release the film nationwide, rather than starting with a smaller number of theaters and slowly expanding as buzz grew. 

Beloved: The former House star's directorial debut Booksmart was a smashing success with critics, and the movie currently boasts a sterling 97 percent fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes

Beloved: The former House star's directorial debut Booksmart was a smashing success with critics, and the movie currently boasts a sterling 97 percent fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes

Beloved: The former House star’s directorial debut Booksmart was a smashing success with critics, and the movie currently boasts a sterling 97 percent fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes

Paltry: Despite the plaudits, audiences didn't rush out to see the sometimes-raunchy female coming-of-age comedy, and it only brought in $24.6 million against a budget of $6 million

Paltry: Despite the plaudits, audiences didn't rush out to see the sometimes-raunchy female coming-of-age comedy, and it only brought in $24.6 million against a budget of $6 million

Paltry: Despite the plaudits, audiences didn’t rush out to see the sometimes-raunchy female coming-of-age comedy, and it only brought in $24.6 million against a budget of $6 million

Almost: Olivia was nominated for the Breakthrough Director award, but the honor went to Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre for Mustang

Almost: Olivia was nominated for the Breakthrough Director award, but the honor went to Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre for Mustang

Almost: Olivia was nominated for the Breakthrough Director award, but the honor went to Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre for Mustang

Olivia was nominated for the Breakthrough Director award, but the honor went to Laure De Clermont-Tonnerre for Mustang.

The Richard Jewell actress took to the stage at the ceremony to introduce her Better Living Through Chemistry co-star Sam Rockwell.

Sam was being honored with the pre-announced Actor Tribute lifetime achievement award.

Old friends: The Richard Jewell actress took to the stage at the ceremony to introduce her Better Living Through Chemistry co-star Sam Rockwell

Old friends: The Richard Jewell actress took to the stage at the ceremony to introduce her Better Living Through Chemistry co-star Sam Rockwell

Old friends: The Richard Jewell actress took to the stage at the ceremony to introduce her Better Living Through Chemistry co-star Sam Rockwell

It's time: Sam was being honored with the pre-announced Actor Tribute lifetime achievement award

It's time: Sam was being honored with the pre-announced Actor Tribute lifetime achievement award

It’s time: Sam was being honored with the pre-announced Actor Tribute lifetime achievement award

In October, Olivia weighed back in on the conversation surrounding Booksmart after Delta Airlines passengers reported on social media that a censored version of the movie was being shown on some flights.

The cut version edited out a sex scene between two women, though other sexual moments between men and women were unaffected.

The source of the edits was later determined to be a third-party entertainment firm, and Delta pledged to investigate its procedures after the uproar. 

Prudish: In October, Olivia lambasted Delta Airlines after it showed a version of Booksmart that edited out a lesbian sex scene; Adam Sandler pictured with Booksmart stars: (L-R) Katilyn Dever, Molly Gordon and Beanie Feldstein

Prudish: In October, Olivia lambasted Delta Airlines after it showed a version of Booksmart that edited out a lesbian sex scene; Adam Sandler pictured with Booksmart stars: (L-R) Katilyn Dever, Molly Gordon and Beanie Feldstein

Prudish: In October, Olivia lambasted Delta Airlines after it showed a version of Booksmart that edited out a lesbian sex scene; Adam Sandler pictured with Booksmart stars: (L-R) Katilyn Dever, Molly Gordon and Beanie Feldstein

True life: Olivia can soon be seen in Clint Eastwood's upcoming Richard Jewell, about the late security guard at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta who discovered a backpack full of explosives during the ceremony

True life: Olivia can soon be seen in Clint Eastwood's upcoming Richard Jewell, about the late security guard at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta who discovered a backpack full of explosives during the ceremony

True life: Olivia can soon be seen in Clint Eastwood’s upcoming Richard Jewell, about the late security guard at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta who discovered a backpack full of explosives during the ceremony

Olivia can soon be seen in Clint Eastwood’s upcoming Richard Jewell, about the late security guard at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta who discovered a backpack full of explosives during the ceremony.

He was able to alert police and clear out people from the area, saving countless lives, though one woman was still killed and more than one hundred were injured in the blast.

In the immediate aftermath he was praised as a hero — until the FBI listed him as a suspect, launching a campaign of media vilification.

Jewell was eventually cleared of the bombing, which was committed by Eric Rudolph, after 88 days.

Olivia plays now-deceased newspaper reporter Kathy Scruggs, who’s reporting on the bombing named Jewell as a suspect.

Richard Jewell will be released nationwide on December 13. 

Having a blast: Olivia looked overjoyed in a long gray tweed overcoat as she exited in wet weather; pictured with The Last Black Man In San Francisco's Jimmie Fails (center left)

Having a blast: Olivia looked overjoyed in a long gray tweed overcoat as she exited in wet weather; pictured with The Last Black Man In San Francisco's Jimmie Fails (center left)

Having a blast: Olivia looked overjoyed in a long gray tweed overcoat as she exited in wet weather; pictured with The Last Black Man In San Francisco’s Jimmie Fails (center left)

On the move: Jason must have been cold as he didn't appear to have an overcoat

On the move: Jason must have been cold as he didn't appear to have an overcoat

On the move: Jason must have been cold as he didn’t appear to have an overcoat

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