Batman or the Joker? Anna Kendrick rocks a racy LBD with leather straps as cheeky co-star Ben Affleck squats to meet her petite height at The Accountant premiere
Ben Affleck and Anna Kendrick brought a heavy dose of Tinseltown glamour to the Hollywood premiere of their new film The Accountant at TCL Chinese Theater Monday evening.
Kendrick, 31, had tongues wagging as she stepped out in a black skirt with five horizontal belts along the front, rounding out her sexy get-up with strappy black heels.
Her costar Affleck, 44, looked every bit the A-list leading man in a sharp blue-grey three-piece suit with a maroon tie and Oxford shirt.
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Gorgeous: Anna Kendrick wore a sexy black dress with leather straps to the premiere of her thriller The Accountant at TLC Theater in Hollywood on Monday
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Anna Kendrick attended the Hollywood premiere of her latest flick, The Accountant wearing this flirty off the shoulder number by Moschino.
And for the whimsical Italian brand that has a penchant for cheekiness, this LBD is rather subdued.
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The Pitch Perfect star wore an off-the shoulder dress with leather straps to cinch in her waist.
Speaking to ET on the red carpet, Affleck opened up about co-parenting with his estranged wife, Jennifer Garner.
'We do our best,' he said. 'We try our best.'
The 44-year-old added that while he may be good at math in the film, that's something he cannot help the kids with.
Lanky: The handsome actor stands at an impressive 6'4", almost a foot above his diminutive co-star
Not my job: Director Gavin O’Connor said that Affleck was hands-off during production of the film, focusing on his performance in front of the cameras
Evil laugh: perennial baddie Lithgow seemed to find this amusing
Batman or the Joker? Anna seemed to see the funny side
Crouching tiger: Ben appeared to poke fun at Anna's tiny 5'2" frame
'My areas of expertise with the kids [are] spotty at best,' he continued. 'Not homework. I only play an accountant in the movie. In real life, I'm badly wanting.'
In the Warner Bros. thriller, Affleck plays Chris Wolff, a mathematics savant whose accounting job is a cover for the real way he makes a living: crunching numbers for a lethal clientele list that includes drug cartels, arms brokers and assassins.
Wolff, who's gathered an arsenal of weapons and cash through his illicit employment, eventually crosses paths with Kendrick's character, Dana Cummings, who progressively learns of the high-stakes game the mathematician's involved in.
Come hither: Anna Kendrick, 31, flashes a seductive look on the red carpet of the premiere
Family ties: Kendrick said she learned about accounting from her mother, who works as one
Miss charisma: The End of Watch stunner shows off her range of expressions on the red carpet
Suited up: Batman star Ben looked sharp in a blue three-piece suit as he arrived at the premiere
Busybody: The Accountant is one of many projects Affleck has in the hopper, as he'll be back in theaters in January with Live by Night, a movie he's directing and starring in
Say cheese: The star smiled as he posed for selfies with fans lining the red carpet
Meet and greet: Ben chatted with fans as he signed autographs outside the theater
Cummings is hardly the only outsider to suss out Wolff, as he's also under the watch of the Treasury Department's Crime Enforcement Division.
The Gavin O’Connor-directed movie features a strong cast, with Oscar-winning Whiplash star J.K. Simmons, two-time Oscar nominee John Lithgow, Jeffrey Tambor, Jon Bernthal and the gorgeous Cynthia Addai-Robinson.
Director O’Connor, speaking with Philly.com Sunday, said that Affleck - who directed the Oscar-winning Argo - was hands-off during production of the film, focusing on his performance in front of the cameras.
Crew: Co-stars J.K. Simmons, Cynthia Addai-Robinson and John Lithgow joined Anna and Ben at the Chinese Theatre
Playful: Anna and Ben seemed to have a love/hate kind of relationship
Pair of jokers: At the afterparty, the pair seemed to banter back and forth
Having a laugh: Luckily, Anna seemed to make Ben laugh enormously
Sharing a hug: She was positively giddy in the actor's company
'There was never any kind of encroachment, nothing like that,' O'Connor said.
'Ben is a really talented filmmaker, and as a director, having walked in those shoes, what he does as an actor, is, he shows up and he knows his lines, he's never late.'
Despite Affleck's status in Hollywood's most rarefied air, O'Connor said the father-of-three doesn't let his ego lead the way, characterizing the current Batman as a nice guy and trusty professional.
Enemies: Despite playing a DC staple, Ben was caught hanging out with a Marvel rival
Pro: Ben directed the Oscar-winning Argo in 2012
'Ben is kind, he's generous, he knows everyone's name. He's that guy. So I don't have to worry about the lead in my movie being a pain in the a**.'
He added that the movie has a little bit of something for everyone.
'It's a thriller, it's an action film, it's a character study, and it's a puzzle movie, and there's a kind of odd little love story in there, too,' the filmmaker told the publication, crediting screenwriter Bill Dubuque for the extensive net it casts toward moviegoers.
Center-of-attention: Ben was joined by O'Connor and producer Lynette Howell Taylor at the premiere of The Accountant in Hollywood Monday
Lean in: The A-lister poses with producer Lynnette Howell, herself looking like a movie star in a lacy dress with matching clutch
Sealed with a kiss: Connor smooched with his wife Brooke Burns at the event
'I remember reading it and thinking this is a high-IQ script: You have real sleight-of-hand, moving parts. It's a shell game, a mind-bender.
'And I thought, if I can do all that and give people an emotional experience, as well ... that's what I wanted to do.'
The Accountant hits theaters Oct. 14.
Dynamic duo: Affleck and Kendrick give the Warbner Bros. film a strong one-two punch to market a film around
Cracking the code: Affleck's meaty role in the film is that of an accountant with a double life
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