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Amy Adams captivates in chic black dress


They're two of the most stunning actresses out there, so no doubt fans were doing plenty of double takes when Amy Adams and Sienna Miller posed up with each other on Tuesday evening in New York.

The ladies looked out of this world as they attended a screening hosted by Spike Jonze and The Cinema Society for Amy's new film Arrival, which follows a linguist as she attempts to communicate with alien visitors.

Amy, 42, rocked a chic and classic LBD with long sleeves, while Sienna was ready for winter in a dark blue coat paired with a Frame blouse and black peep toe heels.

Double trouble! Sienna Miller and Amy Adams looked out of this world as they attended a screening for Amy's new film Arrival in New York on Tuesday 

The Factory Girl actress wore her glossy blonde locks down in a chic center part, rosy cheeks, and a slick of jet black eyeliner.

Amy, meanwhile, slicked her fiery red locks across her head in loose waves, while highlighting her gorgeous complexion with shimmering silver eye shadow, mascara, and lip gloss.

The American Hustle actress, meanwhile, also made it a date night as she invited her husband, Darren Le Gallo.

She also posed up with Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks, whose ensemble closely matched Amy's frock.

The actress rocked a long-sleeved maxi formal wear with a turtleneck and cinched waistline.

Amy has been busy lately promoting her new film Arrival, and bringing her husband along must have been a nice change of pace in her work schedule.

In Arrival, Amy stars as Louise Banks, a linguist who is tasked by the military to interpret an alien language.

The film also stars Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker, and Michael Stuhlbarg.

For mother of one Amy, the actress was convinced to take the role after the film's director, Denis Villeneuve, said the story boiled down to motherhood.

'I became more interested in human nature,' she said during The Hollywood Reporter's Actress Oscar Roundtable.

'For me, it's how we relate to one another, that was the theme in the film that kind of surprised me,' she added.

'Cause when I first took it, I really wanted to do it, because...when I sat with Deni...he said, "Yes, there will be aliens, and there will be all this world stuff, but at the end, it is mom. It's a mother." It's just a mother, telling a story to her daughter. And that, like, kills me.

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