Killing Eve star Sandra Oh takes the plunge showing off cleavage in blue gown at Turning Red premiere in LA
While her hit show Killing Eve is coming to an end, actress Sandra Oh is moving forward with her film career.
On Tuesday, the star was seen out promoting new movie Turning Red, a Pixar animation that she has lent her voice to.
Rather than red, Sandra stunned in a blue gown that featured a plunging neckline.
Killer look: Killing Ever star Sandra Oh takes the plunge in revealing blue gown at Disney’s Turning Red premiere in LA
Despite her BBC series co-starring Jodie Comer being a big hit, the most recent series has had less than favorable reviews.
The show made its much-anticipated return on Monday, with the murderous Villanelle struggling to move on from her deadly past.
Eve is back with a vengeance as she seeks to get even with the antagonistic organisation The Twelve.
Next move: While her hit show Killing Eve is coming to an end, actress Sandra Oh is moving forward with her film career
Iconic trio: After getting in her solo shots, Eilish was captured cozying up to the animated film’s stars Rosalie Chiang and Sandra Oh
Ecstatic: Eilish looked ecstatic as she spotted Chiang and Oh arriving to the premiere in their glamorous gowns
After the last episode of season three left Eve on bad terms with assassin Villanelle, the season four opener picks up with Eve working in private security.
Formerly a British intelligence agent, Eve is seeking revenge against the assassin group.
A member of The Twelve, Helene (Camille Cottin), is a prime target.
Minimal: She accessorized with a pair of dangly earrings
Effortless: The Killing Eve star, 50, wore her curly brunette hair in an effortless half up half down hairstyle
Darling: Rosalie Chiang looked darling in an off white strapless gown with a feathered skirt
Carolyn (Fiona Shaw), Eve’s previous boss, is still set on reaching the dangerous organisation.
The problem is, she’s been demoted to a lower-ranking status and needs Eve to take charge of the investigation – specifically hunting down the person who ordered the killing of her son Kenny (Sean Delaney).
While there have been some warmer reviews of the new series, it has been criticised for having no ‘substance’ with just ’empty dazzle’ remaining.
Fun: For a fun touch, Oh rocked a pair of hot pink satin heels