Hollywood stars are once again taking over Vegas for CinemaCon — the annual industry event where studios haul out their shiniest goods for theatre exhibitors and press, from brand new trailers to star-studded red carpets and advanced screenings of the year’s most anticipated films.
Sony kicked off CinemaCon 2023 with appearances that included Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell’s rom-com ‘Anyone But You’, Jennifer Lawrence’s first R-rated comedy, ‘No Hard Feelings’ and Sony’s first R-rated Marvel movie in Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s ‘Kraven the Hunter.’
Next up, Warner Bros. celebrated life in plastic with an appearance from the cast and filmmakers behind Margot Robbie’s ‘Barbie‘ movie, and invited Oprah to introduce the cast of ‘The Color Purple’ musical, while Zendaya, Timothee Chalamet and director Denis Villeneuve welcomed audiences back to ‘Dune.’
“Barbie” stars Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie take the stage for the Warner Bros. CinemaCon presentation on Tuesday.
“Lady Bird” and “Little Women” director Greta Gerwig walks the red carpet for her new movie, “Barbie.”
Ryan Gosling shows his love for “Barbie” director Greta Gerwig on the red carpet, sporting a SuperYaki shirt.
“Barbie” star America Ferrera (“Ugly Betty,” “Superstore”).
Margot Robbie supports “Barbie” on the CinemaCon red carpet.
Timothee Chalamet debuts footage from “Wonka” during the Warner Bros. CinemaCon presentation.
Timothee Chalamet with “Wonka” co-star Calah Lane.
Oprah Winfrey introduces the musical film adaptation of “The Color Purple” at the WarnerBros. CinemaCon presentation.
Taraji P. Henson (“Empire”) walks the CinemaCon red carpet for “The Color Purple”
Oprah Winfrey with the cast of Warner’s upcoming
“The Color Purple” musical movie.
“Dune” director Denis Villeneuve joins stars Zendaya and Timothee Chalamet on stage to preview “Dune: Part Two.”
Zendaya takes the red carpet for “Dune: Part Two” at CinemaCon 2023.
“Dune” director Denis Villeneuve on the red carpet.
“The Color Purple” star Danielle Brooks and “Barbie” director Greta Gerwig.
Bruna Marquezine, Xolo Mariduena and Angel Manuel Soto present their DC film “Blue Beetle.”
“Blue Beetle” star Xolo Mariduena (“Cobra Kai”) on the red carpet.
“The Flash” director Andy Muschietti and “Blue Beetle” director Angel Manuel Soto.
Director Andy Muschietti walks the red carpet for Warner’s DC Films presentation and advanced screening of “The Flash”
Storm Reid and Taissa Farmiga present “The Nun 2.”
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence attends Sony’s Monday CinemaCon presentation for her upcoming comedy “No Hard Feelings.”
“Euphoria” breakout Sydney Sweeney attends Sony’s CinemaCon red carpet for her upcoming rom-com “Anyone But You.”
Sydney Sweeney and “Anyone But You” co-star Glen Powell (“Top Gun: Maverick”) take the CinemaCon stage.
The voice of Miles Morales himself, “Spider-Verse” star Shameik Moore swings onto the carpet.
Hailee Steinfeld joins Sony’s CinemaCon red carpet for ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.”
“Insecure” creator and “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” star Issa Rae walks the red carpet.
The “Spider-Verse” voice cast assembles.
“Stranger Things” and “Violent Night” star David Harbour attends the Sony presentation for “Gran Turismo.”
David Harbour and “Gran Turismo” co-star Orlando Bloom (“Carnival Row”).
Denzel Washington, Dakota Fanning and Antoine Fuqua preview “The Equalizer 3.”
Denzel Washington receives a Lifetime Achievement Award on the opening night of CinemaCon 2023.
Paul Dano and director Craig Gillespie present “Dumb Money.”
“Dunkirk” and “Tenet” filmmaker Christopher Nolan debuts new “Oppenheimer” footage during Universal’s Wednesday presentation.
Blumhouse founder Jason Blum and “Halloween” director David Gordon Green present their next collaboration: a new sequel to “The Exorcist.”
Emily Blunt and Ryan Gosling make a CinemaCon appearance to promote their upcoming action movie “The Fall Guy.”
“The Fall Guy” director David Leitch (“Bullet Train”) presents a stunt show on stage.
Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake introduce “Trolls Band Together.”
Jack Black gives the CinemaCon audience a lively in-person plot synopsis for “Kung Fu Panda 4.”
“Fast and the Furious” mainstay Vin Diesel hypes the latest film in the franchise, “Fast X.”
Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez — who, like Diesel, have also appeared in the franchise since the first film, share “Fast and Furious” memories at CinemaCon.