No Feud going on here! Catherine Zeta-Jones wears off-the shoulder dress as she joins starry cast talking up TV anthology set in old Hollywood

They infamously fell out long before co-starring in Oscar-winning drama What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? in 1962.

But there was certainly no bad feeling when Catherine Zeta-Jones joined the starry cast of FX's new anthology series Feud at the promo event for the Television Critics' Association at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena on Thursday.

The 47-year-old is set to play Olivia de Havilland in the eight-part drama that centers on the backstage battles between two of the greatest movie stars of all time, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, played by Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon respectively.

Channelling old Hollywood style: Catherine Zeta-Jones looked elegant in a blue dress with one shoulder at the TCA promo event for FX's Feud at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena on Thursday

Olivia, best known for Gone With The Wind, was a good friend of Bette's back in the day,

Catherine oozed old Hollywood charm in an elegant blue dress with just one shoulder.

The brunette had to wear a blonde wig to play Olivia who, at 100 years-old, is the only one of the Hollywood icons still alive.

Susan and Jessica were more conservatively dressed.

Timeless beauty: The 47-year-old plays Olivia de Havilland in the series that centers on the bitter row between iconic movie stars, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis

Walk tall in a pair of stiletto sandals like Catherine

Catherine Zeta-Jones joined a star studded panel of celebs including Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange at a promo event for the Television Critics' Association at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena, CA.

Draped in a one-shoulder textured midi dress with a wide white belt, the brunette beauty oozed sophistication and elegance. She completed the look with a pair of Christian Louboutin sandals.

The 'Gwynitta' heels feature criss cross ankle straps as well as a stiletto heel and a patent leather finish. They instantly add a glam appeal to any outfit and have previously been worn by the likes of Heidi Klum, Julianne Moore and Alessandra Ambrosio.

Since these beauties were released a few seasons back (Spring 2014 to be exact) they're no longer sold online. But we've selected plenty of lookalike options in the gallery below for your perusal. Check them out now!


Leading ladies: from left, Jessica Lange, Susan Sarandon, Alison Wright and Catherine

Lady in black: Susan, looking much younger than her 70 years, plays Bette Davis in the anthology from executive producer Ryan Murphy 

Saying it with ther hands: The beautiful redhead wore a black blouse and black skinny trousers for the promo 

The 70-year-old redhead looked years younger than her age in a black blouse and skinny leg trousers.

The ever youthful Jessica, 67,  wore a black jacket over a white blouse and cropped black trousers.

The Americans star Alison Wright, 40, who plays Pauline, an assistant in charge of development, also opted for a black blouse and trousers for the event.

Cool blonde: Jessica, 67, also wore black, adding a white blouse to her ensemble

Talking with her hands: She plays Joan Crawford in the series about the long simmering spat between Joan and Bette that exploded into back-stage battles on What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? in 1962

Executive producer Ryan Murphy joined his starry cast at The L:angham.

Feud also includes Alfred Molina as Robert Aldrich. the director of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Stanley Tucci as studio executive Jack Warner, Judy Davis as gossip columnist Hedda Hopper and Dominic Burgess as Crawford and Davis’s co-star Victor Buono.

Feud is set to begin on FX on March 5.

The gang's all here: Executive producer Ryan Murphy, far left, with his leading ladies and other cast and crew. Feud debuts on FX on March 5

Bitter enemies: Bette Davis leans over Joan Crawford in Oscar winner What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?' in 1962





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