They live on a ranch in Montana in the 1920s in the dramatic new movie The Power Of The Dog.
But Kirsten Dunst and Benedict Cumberbatch looked very different from their roles as they flaunted it on the red carpet for the New York Film Festival premiere of their Netflix movie on Friday.
Kirsten, 39, stunned in a semi-sheer, glittering black dress while her counterpart, 45, shuffled into a black suit.
Looks good! Kirsten Dunst and Benedict Cumberbatch looked very different from their roles as they flaunted it on the red carpet for the New York Film Festival premiere of their Netflix movie on Friday.
The Bring It On actress looked gorgeous with a rosy pink ribbon around her waist.
A pair of stylish black heels with an ankle strap gave a classic touch to the fashion forward look.
She upped the drama with a bold red lick and a smoky coat of eyeshadow.
Her blond hair fell over her beautifully made-up face in a dramatic side part.
Polished to perfection: the Bring It On actress looked stunning with a rosy pink ribbon tied around her waist
Bold Touch: She Injected Some Drama With Her Bright Red Lip
XOXO: Cumberbatch was joined by his beautiful wife Sophie Hunter
Benedict looked ultra handsome in his slick black suit and tie.
The actor was joined by his gorgeous wife Sophie Hunter, who wowed in a classic black dress with peeptoe heels.
Benedict and his co-star were also seen at a press conference about their new film.
Group photo! The co-stars shared the spotlight with co-star Kodi Smit-McPhee and their director Jane Campion
Stylish: Kodi radiated cool in a navy blue suit while Jane rocked a loose black dress with leg slit
The superstars dominated the room as they sat on stage discussing their new drama with director Jane Campion.
In The Power of the Dog, Benedict plays the “sadistic rancher” Phil Burbank who enters into a relationship with Peter (Kodi Smit-McPhee).
While Cumberbatch is not gay, he revealed in an interview with IndieWire that they often talked about playing a gay character, adding, “It wasn’t done without thinking.”
Double problem! The director enjoyed a photo with the Melancholia actress
Let’s Talk: Benedict and his co-star were also featured at a press conference about their new movie
Commander of the room: the Dr. Stranger actor kept it neat in his gray suit
“I’m very sensitive to representation, diversity and inclusion,” he said at the Telluride Film Festival.
“One of the appeals of the track was the idea that in this world, with this particular character, there was a lot of private, hidden from view,” he added.
While his character’s sexual orientation is never specifically stated, the actor has previously played a gay man and played Alan Turing in The Imitation Game.
Listen: The Imitation Game actor listened as Dunst shared her point of view
Light, camera, action: The superstars dominated the room as they sat on stage in their director’s chair, discussing their new drama with director Jane
‘It didn’t go without thinking. I also have the feeling, is this something where our dance card should be public? Do we have to explain all our private moments in our sexual history? I don’t think so,” he added.
He also mentioned that director Jane, “chosen us as actors to play those roles. That’s her question to answer.’
Kodi, 25, who plays Peter, is also a straight man, but he said there was a lot about his character that he had to deal with.
He explained that he “felt in touch with my feminine side” and explained that he was raised by his mother and sister.
Kodi added that playing the part was “experimental” and “beautiful.”
The Power of the Dog will hit theaters on November 17 and hit Netflix on December 1.
The plot thickens: In The Power of the Dog, Benedict plays “sadistic rancher” Phil Burbank who enters into a relationship with Peter (Kodi Smit-McPhee)