Elizabeth Banks, 48, puts on a leggy display in thigh-split burgundy dress with racy suspender detail as she heads to the Trevor Noah show in NYC
Elizabeth Banks put on a rather leggy display in a figure-hugging ensemble as she made her way to the Trevor Noah show in New York City earlier Wednesday.
The Hunger Games alum, 48, opted for a burgundy-colored dress that effortlessly showcased her physical fit.
The talented star has been promoting her latest historical bio titled, Call Jane, which officially premieres in theaters later this month on October 28.
Stylish: Elizabeth Banks, 48, made a fashion statement in a burgundy dress as she headed to the Trevor Noah show in New York City earlier on Wednesday
The beauty flaunted her sense of style and gave a long-sleeved, burgundy knit dress to stay warm in the fall temperatures.
The fashionable ensemble contained a thigh-high cut out on the right side with a racy suspender detail, giving a glimpse of her long legs.
Elizabeth slipped into a pair of over-the-knee, heeled boots.
The Pitch Perfect star held a cheerful smile on her face when she was surrounded by a group of paparazzi as she left her hotel.
Busy day: The talented star held a big smile on her face as she made her way to an interview on the Trevor Noah show in the big apple
Her blonde locks were parted to the side and slicked back into a stylish up do, revealing a pair of large, gold-hooped earrings.
She kept her makeup classic and simple, adding black winged eyeliner and a nude-colored glossy lipstick.
During an interview on CBS Mornings, Elizabeth opened up about her new abortion drama titled, Call Jane.
When talking about the script, she expressed, ‘For me, when I first read it, I just thought, ‘Oh this will be such a great way to honor a little piece of history of these very revolutionary women in Chicago.’
The premise of the film, which is based on true events, follows a woman with a life-threatening pregnancy who, ‘lives in a time in America where she can’t get a legal abortion and works with a group of suburban women to find help,’ according to IMDB.
The setting of Call Jane takes place in the late 1960s, before Roe Vs. Wade had occurred.
History: When talking her latest film titled, Call Jane, on CBS Mornings, Elizabeth expressed how she liked that the film honored ‘a little piece of history’; seen earlier in October at Call Jane premiere in Los Angeles
Promoting: The talented actress has been working through a busy schedule of promoting her latest biopic set in the late 1960s; seen earlier on Tuesday in NYC
The upcoming film not only stars Elizabeth, but contains a talented cast including Sigourney Weaver and Wunmi Mosaku.
When talking to ET Canada during the red carpet premiere of Call Jane earlier this month, the actress further discussed the release of the movie.
‘I absolutely think we have an opportunity to remind people what our country looked like before Roe v Wade for pregnant people seeking abortion health care,’ she stated.
The film is set to officially premiere nationwide to fans and audiences later this month on October 28.