The wide range of star power on any Marvel red carpet speaks for just how vast the Marvel multiverse is. The Spider-Man: No Way Home premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night was a classic illustration of its celebrity magnetic pull, with everyone dressed to impress on the red carpet.
We have rounded up some of the best looks from the night.
The undisputable star of the show on Monday night’s red carpet was Zendaya herself. The actor achieved the unthinkable and made cobwebs seem dazzling in Valentino‘s take on Spider-Man elegance. Law Roach accessorised her outfit with Bulgari diamonds (she’s a brand ambassador) and a handmade mask
Zendaya often utilises her red carpet looks to pay homage to her latest projects (see her Dune premiere dress), but this most recent gown, is much more than a gesture—a it’s statement.
It was even enough to make her boyfriend, Tom Holland, stop mid-conversation to watch his leading lady make her way onto the red carpet.
“I think Zendaya just showed up,” Holland said as the screams and cheers from the crowd grew louder and louder. “That sounds like Zendaya just showed up.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter
Benedict Cumberbatch was wearing a classic suit, but with some orange tinted-shades. Very cool.
His wife, Sophie Hunter, was wearing an elegant white floor-length gown.
This man loves some colourful velvet and a flared trouser.
Keeping it super casual, Kid Cudi continues his quirky red carpet tour de force, this time in a Beavis and Butt-Head T-shirt.
The previous Green Goblin actor wears a crisp charcoal suit with a navy shirt at a premiere that must feel somewhat like home to him.
Laurel Marsden looked very 1920s in her blue vintage-looking dress, with white lace gloves.
Jacob Batalon paired a fresh pair of Nike Air Force 1s with a Hawaiian-style shirt. The matching pink blazer and tinted shades finish the look off perfectly.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is the third instalment of Marvel’s current film franchise. However, this picture pays tribute to Tobey MacGuire and Andrew Garfield’s previous Spider-Man franchises by including villains from previous films into the plot using the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s “multiverse” idea.
See Spider-Man: No Way Home in cinemas from Wednesday, December 15.