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Elizabeth Banks Lets Loose In Leather At LEGOLAND

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Elizabeth Banks is pretty killer in leather at the LEGOLAND California Resorts' Tree Lighting Ceremony.

As part of Elizabeth Banks’ promo for her role in The Lego Movie, the blonde stunna made her way to the LEGOLAND California ResortsTree Lighting Ceremony in Carlsbad, California on Thursday.

She sported a black J Brand leather jacket on top of her multi-printed frock, successfully embracing her edgier side, especially with the pairing of her opaque tights and ankle boots.

But the real HIGHlights of Elizabeth's outfit were her red lips and envy-inducing collection of Jacob & Co. black diamonds. Pretty killer!

Despite the ferosh ensem, we think she'll definitely be making it onto the nice list this year!

Or at least Best Dressed! LOLz!

[Image via Getty Images.]

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