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The stars of the hit Starz historical drama series Outlander hit the red carpet for the season seven premiere celebration at the BMCC Theater during the 2023 Tribeca Festival in New York City.
Leading ladies Sophie Skelton and Caitriona Balfe were the picture of elegance as they posed for adoring photographers ahead of the screening of the new premiere.
Season seven has been advertised as having 16 episodes, four more than normal, in the wake of the shortened season six that was due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Balfe being pregnant when it was shot in 2021.
But those 16 episodes are being broken up into two halves to air starting on June 16 through August 4, and then the back half with return sometime in 2024.
Outlander, which also stars Sam Heughan and Richard Rankin in the male leads, has been a huge hit for the premium cable network, along with Sony, due to its avid and loyal fan base since it made its debut back in 2014.
Premiere: Sophie Skelton and Caitriona Balfe were among the stars of Outlander to attend the season seven premiere screening at the BMCC Theater, as part of the 2023 Tribeca Festival
Balfe, 43, showed off her statuesque 5ft9in figure in an elegant black dress that emphasized showing off upper body with its spaghetti-strap design.
The Irish actress, who plays Claire Fraser, who has gone back in time to 18th century Scotland right after serving in World War II, would also carry a red clutch purse, and have her dark brown locks pulled up into a bun
Skelton, 29, would also opt to show some skin by wearing a pink gown with train that was open along the sides and back.
The British actress, who plays Claire and Jamie Fraser’s daughter Brianna, had her normally dark locks dyed blonde and pulled into a bun.
At a certain point the two female stars joined up with their castmates for a round of photos that included Balfe, Heughan, David Berry, Izzy Meikle-Small, Joey Phillips, Richard Rankin, Charles Vandervaart and John Bell.
In the seventh season of Outlander, the land the Frasers call home in Fraser’s Ridge in the New World is changing – and they must change with it, according to the Tribeca Festival website.
And now, in order to protect what they’ve built, the close family have to navigate the perils of the oncoming Revolutionary War.
Season seven of Outlander was just one of several premiere events being held on the third day of the annual event that takes place every spring in Manhattan.
Outlander leads: Balfe would also strike a few poses with her leading man, Sam Heughan, who opted for a black suit with matching boots
The frasers are faced with the brewing Revolutionary War in season seven; cast members pictured include David Berry,Izzy Meikle-Small, Joey Phillips, Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Sophie Skelton, Richard Rankin, Charles Vandervaart and John Bell
Outlander’s four lead stars Heughan, Balfe, Skelton and Rankin would also be joined on the red carpet by television personality Ginger Zee
The new two-part HBO Sports documentary, The Golden Boy, which focuses on Mexican American boxing legend and business magnate Oscar De La Hoya, also made its premiere at the Tribeca Festival.
Executive producers Mark Wahlberg and Mario Lopez, both avid boxing fans, were on hand for the screening and conversation with the former boxing champion.
Both of them posed together and separately, while donning the tradition boxing fist pose, dressed in black suits with white dress shirts.
The Golden Boy is being marketed as ‘the definitive documentary unpacking the spectacular myths and painful truths behind the life’ of De La Hoya.
Fighting men: Mark Wahlberg and Mario Lopez, who served as executive producers, were on hand for the screening of the HBO Sports documentary, The Golden Boy, at the Tribeca Festival, which focuses on the career of boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya
Sports talk: Wahlberg and Lopez would also join in on the conversation about the two-part documentary about the former boxing legend turned promoter
Family time: Lopez attended the premiere event with his wife Courtney Lopez, who looked stylish in a black sequin ensemble and matching open-toe heels
Star power: The executive producers also posed with Oscar De La Hoya and Holly Sonders
The comedy-thriller film He Went That Way would also make its premiere at the annual New York City festival.
Stars Jacob Elordi, Crista Allen and Zachary Quinto would strut their stuff on the red carpet ahead of the screening at the at BMCC Theater.
Elordi, who plays a young serial killer, and Quinto star in this wicked take on the buddy road trip that takes place in 1964 along Route 66, according to the Tribeca synopsis.
The British born actor, 25, went a little casual in black pants and a jacket with a white t-shirt and black shoes.
Allen, 31, gave a hint of her fab figure in a yellow dress without a bra and beige heels, and her long brown locks pulled into a bun.
While Quinto went with a relaxed look in brown khaki-style pants with a tan sweater and white sneakers.
He Went That Way, starring Jacob Elordi, 25, would also make its premiere at the annual New York City festival
The comedy-thriller film, which also stars Zachary Quinto, 46, is a wicked take on the buddy road trip
Chic: Allen, 31, gave a hint of her fab figure in a yellow dress without a bra and beige heels, and her long brown locks pulled into a bun
The guys: Elordi and Quinto would also share the spotlight with British film director Marc Benardout, ahead of the premiere screening of He Went That Way
Singer Gloria Gaynor strutted her stuff on the red carpet for the premiere of her documentary I Will Survive, which is a reference to her disco classic song.
The New Jersey native, 79, had been a force in the music industry before health issues derailed her career.
Yet in keeping with the title of her most famous song, Gaynor struggles onward as she works to release a new gospel album as she approaches 80.
After the premiere, Gaynor hit the stage for a performance for the live audience decked out in a pink ensemble.
Actress Kathryn J. Schubert stars in the new horror thriller film Bad Things, which also stars the likes of Lizzie Shapiro, Hari Neff, Thomas Emmet Ashton, Grant Greenberg, Gayle Rankin, Stewart Thorndike, Ariella Josephine, Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Rad Pereira, Dana Slosar, Lexi Tannenholtz, Holland Smith and Madeline McCloskey.
Disco diva: Singer Gloria Gaynor, 79, who has forever cemented her place in popular culture with the disco classic I Will Survive, is the focus of a new documentary I Will Survive
Horror thriller: Kathryn J. Schubert attended the Bad Things premiere alongside Lizzie Shapiro, Hari Neff, Thomas Emmet Ashton, Grant Greenberg, Gayle Rankin, Stewart Thorndike, Ariella Josephine, Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Rad Pereira, Dana Slosar, Lexi Tannenholtz, Holland Smith and Madeline McCloskey
Cool cat: Bridget Moynahan , 52, attended the Shorts: Bats**t Crazy premiere during the 2023 Tribeca Festival at Village East Cinema in New York City
Bad Things focuses on ‘a group of friends in the Northeast, who embark on a weekend getaway at a snowy resort. But while relaxing and reconnecting, peace gives way ‘as the ghosts of guests past and relationships long buried come to light.’
And lastly, actress Bridget Moynahan was among those to attend the premiere of the Shorts: Bats**t Crazy premiere in a casual black suit with a white blouse and sneakers
Founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff in 2002, the Tribeca Festival (formerly Tribeca Film Festival) showcases a diverse selection of film, episodic, talks, music, games, art, and immersive programming, each spring in New York City.
This go-around the festival kicked-off on June 7 and goes through until June 18.