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August 06, 2011  | by: Stephenie Miller

Sandra Bullock and Olivia Wilde at "The Change Up" Premiere

Earlier this week, celebrities stepped out for the Hollywood premiere of the body swapping comedy, “The Change-Up.”  Funny men Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds are the stars of the movie, but the women stood out at the premiere for their bold fashion.

Leslie Mann in Marchesa

Leslie Mann, who plays Jason Bateman’s wife in the movie, chose a white Marchesa dress that fit her small frame perfectly.  She attempted the dramatic, gladiator shoulder details that so many have been been sporting lately, and nailed it.  By keeping her hair and accessories simple, she doesn’t let the risky trend get too busy.

The gorgeous Oliva Wilde, who is starring in two big summer releases, was a show-stopper in her bright red Antonio Beradi dress.  The structured shoulders and the side pockets make this dress high fashion.  Olivia kept the overall look classically simple with her long, stick straight hair and light make up.  Her red, satin Brian Atwood pumps are amazing on their own, but they were a little too matchy-matchy when paired with this dress.

Sandra Bullock surprised her friend, Ryan Reynolds, by showing up to “The Change Up” premiere.  While coming to support Ryan, she looked beautiful in a simple, black Lanvin jumpsuit.  The strapless outfit, paired with her strappy sandals, makes for a chic red carpet summer look.

The raunchy comedy, “The Change Up,” is in theaters now.

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