Brendan Fraser rocks a stylishly casual look at the 16th Annual Chanel Tribeca Artists Dinner in New York City
Brendan Fraser rocked a stylishly casual outfit while attending the 16th Annual Chanel Tribeca Artists Dinner.
The 54-year-old newly-minted Oscar winner – who recently revealed he’s ‘really being picky’ about choosing his roles after the Oscar win – was all smiles on the red carpet.
The actor was spotted solo on the red carpet, not with girlfriend Jeanne Moore or his three sons on Monday evening.
Fraser stepped out with a black dress shirt under a black suede coat for the red carpet event.
He also wore black-framed glasses and a black bowler hat with a brown brim for the outing, accessorizing with a black watch.
Brendan’s look: Brendan Fraser rocked a stylishly casual outfit while attending the 16th Annual Chanel Tribeca Artists Dinner
The beloved and clean-shaven actor completed his look with black pants for the annual event.
The actor was recently at the Cannes Film Festival to promote his new Martin Scorsese movie Killers of the Flower Moon, slated for release on October 6.
While he has a few other films in post-production, he hasn’t signed on to a new project since winning his first Oscar for his performance in The Whale.
‘At the moment, I don’t have anything — I’m really being picky right now,’ he revealed to Hannah Storm at Greenwich International Film Festival’s inaugural Inspiration Talk and award ceremony.
He also opened up about being ‘excited’ to see Killers of the Flower Moon at Cannes, adding what it was like working with director Martin Scorsese.
‘It’s like my fantasies fulfilled at what it’s like to be in a Renaissance master’s studio,’ Fraser revealed.
‘Think about that. Somebody who has all the knowledge, hands down and surrounded by people who are so talented and enthusiastic for his vision,’ he continued.
Fraser added, ‘the work that we did was kind of being in an opera or a play because it was happening in real time.’
Clean-shaven: The beloved and clean-shaven actor completed his look with black pants for the annual event
No new: While he has a few other films in post-production, he hasn’t signed on to a new project since winning his first Oscar for his performance in The Whale
Fraser also stars in the upcoming R-rated comedy Brothers, starring alongside Josh Brolin, Glenn Close and Peter Dinklage.
The actor also has Behind the Curtain of Night in post-production, starring alongside Dawn Olivieri and Marcia Cross.
Neither of those upcoming movies have release dates in place at this time.
He also stars as Cliff Steele a.k.a. Robotman in the superhero series Doom Patrol.
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