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Red Carpet Glam! The Best & Worst Dressed Stars At The Avengers Premiere

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Apr. 12 2012, Published 11:30 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Features Editor

It was a huge night in Hollywood at the world premiere of The Avengers, but not all of the stars were dressed to impress!

From the film’s superheroes, Scarlett Johansson and Robert Downey Jr., to reality stars like Katrina Smirnoff and Audrina Patridge, has photos of all the wardrobe winners and sinners in a special Red Carpet Glam feature!

Scarlett got into her Black Widow character with a dark and dangerous Versace peplum dress. She paired the figure-flattering frock with strappy Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and Van Cleef & Arpels bling.

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While Chris Hemsworth, Thor, looked devastatingly dapper in a three-piece suit, Robert Downey Jr., Iron Man, resembled Barney the dinosaur in all purple and Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, slipped up in a silver suit.

The real mystery of the night, was what happened to Harry Dean Stanton?  The 85-year-old character actor looked quite sickly as he stumbled down the red carpet, smoking a cigarette. 

Other style scores included Ryoko Yonekoura in Giorgio Armani and Cobie Smulders, who plays Maria Hill in the blockbuster film, who took the plunge in a stunning Donna Karan gown.

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For the rest of the best and worst of the red carpet, click here.


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