What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
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Still a total Pretty Woman!
Seriously, this photo soothes our nerves thanks to the calming color scheme and Julia's pleasant smile. Doesn't she look like she has all her sh*t together and more chill than all of us combined?
"Because she's Jodie Foster. Because she's so talented, notoriously brilliant. And she's such a great actor. And really, she is very no-nonsense. She doesn't think that there has to be some incredible, painful struggle to accomplish your goals. I thought she was crazy to be helming me and George [Clooney]—it's like trying to keep puppies in a box."
LOLz! That is the cutest thing to imagine George and Julia as puppies!
The 48-year-old also talks social media, admitting that she's not on it, but is definitely in the know:
It's been a long while since Jodie Foster sashayed down the red carpet, and we really wish she wouldn't make us wait so many months between appearances!
The tailoring on this number is a work of art!
Featuring origami folds at the bust and Mouret's signature cap sleeves, the frock gave the illusion of being sculpted onto her frame.
And thankfully, Jodie slipped her feet into a pair of low-heeled silver sandals instead of chunky pumps, and we couldn't be happier about that!
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She looks like a beautiful sea queen.
The dress featured a cinched waist and a side ruffle that showed off a little flair. Her flawless makeup and signature bob pulls off the look perfectly.
She may have been the butt of one of Ricky Gervais' jokes in the opening monologue, but this dress is no joke. Simple, yet elegant!
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Jodie isn't really known for her red carpet looks, but she looked great in a navy Armani one-shoulder gown.
It's simple, but it suits her.
An overly tanned Mel was also in Armani. Hey, it's better than an orange jumpsuit.
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