Milla Jovovich puts on a VERY leggy display in a plunging plum gown and she and daughter Ever dazzle at Resident Evil world premiere in Tokyo
She's no stranger to red carpet glamour being a movie star and a model.
So it was no surprise to see Milla Jovovich pulling out all the stops as she stole the show at the Resident Evil: The Final Chapter world premiere on Tuesday.
Flashing some flesh thanks to the daring cut of her plunging plum gown, the 40-year-old star looked nothing short of sensational as she arrived on the red carpet in Tokyo, Japan, with her adorable daughter Ever, nine.
Resident stunner: Milla Jovovich pulling out all the stops as she stole the show at the Resident Evil: The Final Chapter world premiere in Tokyo, Japan on Tuesday
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We have a particular soft spot for velvet eveningwear, so you can imagine how much we love Milla Jovovich's opulent dress from the Elie Saab autumn/winter '16 couture collection.
From the wintry plum colour, to the luxurious fabric, plus of course the statement embellishment, it's a stunning creation. The thigh-split and plunge neckline help to add a sexy undertone too.
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The actress, who has starred in all five of the video game-inspired franchise's previous outings, ensured that all eyes were on her at the film's big launch.
Opting for a velvet plum gown, which featured an extreme plunging neckline, the Ukranian-born star ensured that she showed a tantalizing amount of skin.
Thanks to the cut of the halter-neck neckline, Milla flashed more than a hint of her cleavage, while a thigh-high slash in the floor-length gown allowed the former modle to showcase her lithe legs.
Hands in the air: Showing off her figure in the plunging plum gown, the 40-year-old star danced alongside her daughter Ever, who also appears in the film, shot by her director father Paul W. S. Anderson
Making an entrace: The actress, who has starred in all five of the video game-inspired franchise's previous outings,stole the show at the event alongside her mini-me
With a small leather belt cinching in the waistline, and a smattering of gold sparkling embellishments, the Fifth Element star subtly drew attention to her slender figure.
Teaming the dress with a pair of sky scraper black stilettos, the A-List beauty defined her gym-honed pins further.
Keeping her look uncluttered for the movie's grand opening, the star went without a plethora of accessories.
Daring dame: Opting for a velvet plum gown, which featured an extreme plunging neckline, the Ukranian-born star ensured that she showed a tantalizing amount of skin
Sartorial sass: Thanks to the cut of the halter-neck neckline, Milla flashed more than a hint of her cleavage, while a thigh-high slash allowed the former model to showcase her lithe legs as she and Ever waved to the crowd
Sky-high shoes: Teaming the dress with a pair of sky scraper black stilettos, the A-List beauty defined her gym-honed pins further and certainly made her daughter laugh as she took to the mic
Silver screen sire: Wearing her dark locks in a feathered, choppy fringe, with the rest pushed back over her shoulders, Milla ensured her stunning features were framed perfectly
Wearing her dark locks in a feathered, choppy fringe, with the rest pushed back over her shoulders, Milla ensured her stunning features were framed perfectly.
Opting for a pale and complementary palette of make-up, thought the star plumped up her lips with a bold flash of red lipstick.
With their daughter by their side, Milla and Paul looked in their element.
Ever has been hired to play the Red Queen, an evil supercomputer whose avatar is a little girl.
In a Facebook live discussion, Milla told her daughter: 'It was so amazing to work with you. You are [an] unbelievably talented actress, more talented than I’ve ever been. It was an honor and a privilege to work with you.'
The family were joined at the event by her equally glamorous co-stars Ali Larter and Rola, who both put their best foot forward in figure-flaunting dresses.
Met the gang: Mila was joined at the event by the rest of the film's cast and her husband, Paul W. S. Anderson (centre left), the film's director and writer, and Ever, who plays the Red Queen in the new movie
Chic co-stars: The actress' equally glamarous co-stars Ali Larter (L) and Rola (R) both put their best foot forward in figure-flaunting dresses
Dapper dude: Lee Joon-gi looked smart as he rocked an all-black ensemble at the event
Rising star: Ever plays the avatar of a supercomputer in The Final Chapter
The film, supposedly the final installment in the big screen adaption of Capcom's famed survival horror game series, see Milla reprise her role as Alice.
Picking up immediately after the events in Resident Evil: Retribution, the former Umbrella agent is the only survivor of what was meant to be humanity's final stand against the undead.
Now to save the world from zombies and Umbrella's diabolical plans Alice must return to where the nightmare began - The Hive in Raccoon City, where the Umbrella Corporation is gathering its forces for a final strike against the only remaining survivors of the apocalypse.
The zombies are here: The film, supposedly the final installment in the big screen adaption of Capcom's famed survival horror game series, see Milla reprise her role as Alice.
The films has been written and directed by Milla's husband, who has helmed all the previous films, and at New York Comic Con in October he spilled the beans on what The Final Chapter would address.
Paul told a panel in a Q&A: 'It's a return to the very beginning of the franchise, Raccoon City, or what's left of it after we dropped a bomb on it in the second film. It's a return to The Hive for Alice, where it all started, and this is where we find out the truth about [her life prior to her memory being wiped].'
And answering all the questions will be an emotional journey, he said: 'This movie will have a level of emotional engagement that will be surprising for a Resident Evil movie.'
However, Milla may not be as ready to say goodbye to Alice as after her husband wrapped up she joked that there could be, 'The Final Chapter… Part 2'.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is in theaters on January 27, 2017.
Time for action: Picking up immediately after the events of the last film, the former Umbrella agent is the only survivor of what was meant to be humanity's final stand against the undead
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