"Sorcerer's Stone" Came Out 20 Years Ago And You Can Tell Based On What They Wore To The Premiere
Can someone tell me why Chevy Chase was there?
This week marks the 20th (!!!!) anniversary of the premiere of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Or, as I like to call it, the 20th anniversary of my crush on Oliver Wood.
So, here's the second installation of Here's What — And Dare I Ask Why? — The Cast Wore To The Red Carpet Premiere Of Their Movie™: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
Daniel Radcliffe (who played the titular Harry Potter) wore this slightly-too-big black suit and blue shirt:
Emma Watson (who played Hermione Granger) donned this iridescent green ensemble:
Rupert Grint (who played Ron Weasley) sported this all black lewk:
I DO hope someone told my guy to tie his shoes, tho.
Robbie Coltrane (who played Hagrid) wore this simple blue suit and yellow shirt:
Like, where do I get the photo of Robbie Coltrane taking a photo of Daniel Radcliffe at the premiere:
The late Richard Harris (who played Professor Dumbledore) wore this casual ensemble:
It's giving Bernie:
And now for the non-cast arrivals — who are, dare I say, EXTREMELY out of pocket. Diana Ross and her kids (including Ashlee Simpson's future husband!!!) showed up for a good time:
Saved! star Eva Amurri and Thelma & Louise star Susan Sarandon wore an oversized scarf and a crushed-velvet patterned blazer respectfully:
Nine Perfect Strangers' Bobby Cannavale wore a casual crewneck and khakis:
Robin Williams wore this velvet green suit:
SVU's Mariska Hargitay wore this (I hope faux) fur jacket and million dollar smile:
Last, but not least, Chevy Chase wore this yellow baseball cap:
And there you have it! Which outfit was your favorite? And which did you wanna ~obliviate~ from your mind? Let us know in the comments below!
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