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Jamie Lee Curtis shows off fab figure in plunging sparkly blue gown at the 34th Producers Guild Awards

Kicking off the festivities, the Halloween star, 64, showed off her fab figure on the red carpet in a sparkly dark blue gown with a plunging neckline.

There was no shortage of stars when when the curtain went up for the 34th Annual Producers Guild of America Awards in Beverly Hills on Saturday.


During the ceremony, a number of high-profile presenters handed out 14 film and TV categories during a non-televised ceremony, including legend Jamie Lee Curtis.

Kicking off the festivities, the Halloween star, 64, showed off her fab figure on the red carpet in a sparkly dark blue gown with a plunging neckline.

Some of the other design qualities included gathering just below her chest, which also helped highlight her ample cleavage.

The star strutted from the red carpet into The Beverly Hilton Hotel in stylish black heels, while her gray tresses was styled in her signature short pixie.

Along with Curtis, some of the high-profile stars to grace the PGA Awards stage as presenters were Angela Bassett, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes, Austin Butler, Billy Eichner, Bob Odenkirk, Brendan Fraser, Cate Blanchett, Danielle Deadwyler, Dave Burd, Diego Luna, Eugenio Derbez, Hannah Einbinder and Hong Chau, according to Deadline.

The list also included the likes of Jay Ellis, Kate Hudson, Ke Huy Quan, Kerry Condon, Leslie Odom, Jr., Michelle Williams, Michelle Yeoh, Mo Amer, Monica Barbaro, Nicole Byer, Paul Dano, Robert Rodriguez, Ron Howard, Sacha Baron Cohen, Sandra Oh, Sherry Lansing and Stephanie Hsu.

In keeping with its seemingly growing momentum since awards season kicked into overdrive, Everything Everywhere All At Once ended up winning the Darryl F. Zanuck Award For Outstanding Producer Of Theatrical Motion Pictures, according to Deadline.



It’s likely that many industry insiders, both in front and behind the camera, were eagerly waiting for the outcome of the Darryl F. Zanuck Award, since it’s widely considered a reliable bellwether for the Best Picture category at the Oscars.

Everything Everywhere All At Once had stiff competition, as the other nine nominees included Avatar: The Way of Water, The Banshees of Inisherin, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Elvis, The Fabelmans, Glass Onion: Knives Out Mystery, Tár and Top Gun: Maverick.

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