The Cannes Film Festival is in full swing after being canceled last year amid the coronavirus pandemic, and a host of stars stepped out for the fourth day of the event.

And Maggie Gyllenhaal was gorgeous as she walked the red carpet alongside Izabel Goulart and Tina Kunakey for the Benedetta premiere on Friday.

The 43-year-old Donnie Darko star put on a stylish display in a plunging red dress that hinted at her cleavage as she posed on the red carpet.

Maggie’s sleeveless ensemble was cinched at the waist before tying into a fringed skirt that fell gracefully to the floor.

She styled her brunette locks in a sleek bob that she tucked behind her ears, and she wore dark eyeliner to bring out her blue eyes.

The actress completed her glamorous look by accessorizing with a diamond necklace and matching stud earrings and a large earring for the occasion.

Accessories: Maggie wore stud earrings and a large earring for the occasion

Dramatic: Maggie wore dark eyeliner to bring out her blue eyes

Accessories: Maggie wore stud earrings and a large earring for the occasion

Izabel exuded glamor in an ivory one-shoulder dress, and she was sure to turn heads as a whole as it was adorned with jewels along one side of her waist.

The Brazilian model’s tight ensemble accentuated her sculptural figure as she posed for photos, and her dress featured cutouts on one side to show off her toned figure.

She increased her height in a pair of chic silver heels and added a sparkling touch to the look by accessorizing with a silver bangle and dangling earrings.

The model pulled her brunette locks back into a sleek ponytail and she wore a light makeup palette to showcase her natural beauty.

Attention to detail: Izabel upped her height in a pair of chic silver heels

Jolie: She added a sparkly touch to the look by accessorizing a silver bangle and dangling earrings

Attention to detail: Izabel upped her height in a pair of chic silver heels

Guests of honor: (LR) writer Benedetta David Birke, actresses Clotilde Courau and Virginie Efira, director Paul Verhoeven, actress Daphne Patakia and actor Olivier Rabourdin posed together on the red carpet

Guests of honor: (LR) writer Benedetta David Birke, actresses Clotilde Courau and Virginie Efira, director Paul Verhoeven, actress Daphne Patakia and actor Olivier Rabourdin posed together on the red carpet

Tina made a statement on the red carpet with her quirky maxi dress, which featured a puffy light purple top and a mermaid tail skirt in navy blue.

Her ensemble featured a hood that she wore over her head and a large red belt on the front that she had tied in a bow.

Vincent Cassel’s wife had slicked her brown locks into a dramatic updo, and she chose to forgo wearing jewelry so that all the attention remained on her outfit.

Statement look: Vincent Cassel's wife slicked her brown locks into a dramatic updo

Statement look: Vincent Cassel’s wife had slicked her brown locks into a dramatic updo, and she chose to forgo wearing jewelry so that all the attention remained on her outfit

Lady Victoria Hervey showcased an elegant display in a light pink gown with a plunging neckline and floral lace layered skirts.

The socialite’s ensemble was cinched at the waist with a thin pink belt, and she completed the ensemble by wearing a silver clutch.

She shaped her golden locks into a loose bun and gave it a touch of glamor by wearing a silver pendant necklace and large hoop earrings.

Cute couple: Jury President Spike Lee and wife Tonya also arrived on the red carpet in style

Perfect Pair: Spike looked dapper in a black suit while Tonya looked stunning in an orange dress

Cute couple: Jury President Spike Lee and wife Tonya also arrived on the red carpet in style

All that Glitters: Miss France 2018 Maeva Coucke wore a sparkling semi-transparent blue dress

Enchanting: Maeva's set featured a cape attached to her hair

All that Glitters: Miss France 2018 Maeva Coucke wore a sparkling semi-transparent blue dress

Benedetta tells the story of Benedetta Carlini, a novice nun who embarks on an affair with another woman when she joins an Italian convent in the 17th century.

Directed by Paul Verhoeven, it is based on the non-fiction book Immodest Acts: The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy by Judith C. Brown.

Virginie Efira plays the main role and she joins a cast of stars including Charlotte Rampling, the film is currently in competition for the Palme d’Or.

Racy: Benedetta tells the story of Benedetta Carlini, a novice nun who embarks on an affair with another woman when she joins an Italian convent in the 17th century

Racy: Benedetta tells the story of Benedetta Carlini, a novice nun who embarks on an affair with another woman when she joins an Italian convent in the 17th century

Adapted and Booted: Josh O'Connor put on a stylish display in his pink suit

Clever: Canadian actor Niels Schneider looked sharp in his gray suit

Adapted and Started: (LR) Josh O’Connor and Canadian actor Niels Schneider looked dapper in their costumes



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