You wouldn't be remiss in thinking that "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" is about a bunch of CGI apes on horses and probably little else. But as Keri Russell kindly reminded us at the film's premiere in Brooklyn, there's actual people in this movie. Attractive ones, too!
The 38-year-old actress stepped out at the Williamsburg Cinema on Tuesday in a striking black ensemble punctuated by a daring see-through top. Featuring an animal-print pattern throughout, Russell's breezy blouse left plenty of skin (as well as her undergarments) on full display.
Russell, who also currently stars on FX's "The Americans," kept the rest of her look simple, pairing her lacy top with shiny black pants, matching heels and a metallic bracelet (or four).
During the event, the actress was also seen goofing around with co-star Andy Serkis (below), who does the motion-capture work for Caesar, the leader of the apes. Noticeably absent from the screening, however, was "Dawn" star Gary Oldman, who is possibly keeping a low profile after his controversial comments to Playboy magazine.