Those 'Inglorious Basterds' Looked Glorious At Their U.S. Premiere: Red Carpet Recap

What better time than the premiere of Quentin Tarantinos "Inglorious Basterds" to whip out the leather? At least, that's what we figure Angelina Jolie's thought process was when she threw on her black Michael Kors strapless dress and put the rest of womankind to shame walking down the red carpet. After all, she has Brad Pitt on her arm, so it couldn't be for the same reason she wore a similar Versace number to the "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" premiere.

All kidding aside, Brangelina looked sexy and very much in love walking down the red carpet at the "Basterds" premiere in Hollywood last night. He even went as far to sport a black leather jacket to complete their ensemble. We'll ignore those slightly graying beard hairs if hell unbutton that shirt a little more. Click on the photo above to see more from the soiree and keep reading after the jump.

Angelina wasn't stealing all of Brad's attention for the night as he was one-half of the second most adorable couple at the premiere: Brentin? Quentad? Well, whatever you call them, Brad and director Quentin Tarantino looked just as giddy as schoolgirls as they were able to kick off the long-awaited film debut. And from the looks of the two of them and the hype around the movie, were hoping this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Diane Kruger (pictured above, right) looked gorgeous in a giant black Koosh ball, er, we mean Atelier Versace couture silk satin mini dress. But, come on, picture the those glass fringes (which were apparently tinted with crystals like rubies, amethysts and sapphires) to be made out of rubber instead. We're telling you: Koosh ball.

Not to be outdone, Christina Ricci (pictured above, left) wore a sexy red fitted dress covered in spots and some intense Christian Louboutin Bianca pumps, while Samuel L. Jackson took a note from Brad's style and sported shades to go with his white hat and jacket. Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey took some time away from their "Office" jobs to support fellow (and newly reinstated) Dunder Mifflin employee BJ Novak at the red carpet, as well. In fact, everyone seemed to be having a such great time at the premiere, that we cant wait to get in line Friday to see what all the fuss is about.

Are you excited to see "Inglorious Basterds"? What did you think of the red carpet fashions? Did you see a Koosh ball in Diane Kruger's dress too?