Salma Hayek, 48, shows off amazing figure in two clinging frocks

05 Oct 2014 17:23

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She is best known for showing off her enviable figure in the infamous table dance scene in Robert Rodriguez film From Dusk Till Dawn.
And nearly two decades after the release of that movie, Salma Hayek has definitely still got it.
The 48-year-old actress was seen attending different events at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday in two different form-fitting frocks.
Salma donned a patterned number at the Variety Studio gala before switching into a clinging black mini-dress for the premiere of her film Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet.
During her earlier outing, the actress donned a short-sleeved dress featuring three different coloured patterned sections including around the top, beltline and skirt.
She teamed the look with a pair of brown patent leather heels and a matching clutch as she posed for photos at the star-studded event.
The Frida star also donned a vintage silver necklace featuring dark amber-coloured stones and later finished off the look with large, black sunglasses.
She wore her brunette locks down into waves flowing over her shoulders and had natural, complementary make-up on her face complete with a swipe of pink lipstick.
At the premiere of her film, Salma slipped into something a bit more elegant as she donned a sleeveless black frock featuring a pink python printed paneling at the midsection.
She completed the look with a small black leather belt around her waist and metal-tipped black pumps.
The Desperado actress held onto a bright pink leather clutch and opted to straighten her dark tresses for the occasion.
The Mexican beauty even stopped for a snap with segment director Mohammed Saeed Harib, artist Fatma Al-Remaihi and young actress Quvenzhané Wallis.
Salma not only provided her voice talents to the animated film, but also served as a producer.
Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet is inspired by the classic book of the same name and features chapters from different animation directors from around the world.
James Franco paired his dapper navy suit with a black woollen beanie as he hit his recently shaved head while hitting the premiere of his film The Sound And The Fury, which co-stars Seth Rogen and Keegan Allen.
Meanwhile, Foxcatcher co-stars Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo and Steve Carell made a dapper trio as they got suited up to attend the Sony Pictures Classics TIFF celebration dinner.
The handsome pals looked thick as thieves as they cosied up for a photo opp, 34-year-old Channing hands-down taking home the title of best dressed in his super suave charcoal three-piece suit which had all the ladies swooning.
Leading the stylish women at the annual festival was British beauty Gemma Arterton, who attended the premiere of her new film, Gemma Bovery, in which she takes on the titular character.
The 28-year-old opted for classic black, covering up in a long-sleeved knee-length number which was pushed up at the sleeves and featured a sheer lace panel across the stomach.
Rene Russo turned out to celebrate Nightcrawler co-star Jake Gyllenhaal at a dinner thrown in his honour at Holt Renfrew, the pair appearing in good spirits as they mingled with fellow guests at the classy affair.
For Michael Douglas, who was the star attraction at the Variety Studio, it was the perfect opportunity to reveal that he's back 'with a vengeance' following his diagnosis with tongue cancer in August 2010.
'I lost a good three years there and you come out the other side and you do have a new energy source,' he said. 'People have different ways of smelling the roses. You'd be foolish, as you begin your third act, not to look at where the end of the play is.'


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