Paula Patton displays her toned figure in a pretty peach gown with sheer panels at the waist as she leads the glamour at Warcraft: The Beginning premiere in London
She's taken Hollywood by storm since splitting from her ex-husband Robin Thicke.
And Paula Patton has also never looked better, stealing the show as she arrived at the Warcraft: The Beginning premiere in London on Wednesday night.
The 40-year-old actress stunned in a pretty peach gown with a flowing skirt and a low-cut halterneck top as she arrived at the BFI IMAX to promote the big screen adaptation of the popular video game.
Paula looked the picture of elegance in her gorgeous dress, which was equal parts revealing and ladylike.
The striking star chose to highlight her cleavage thanks to the embroidered bodice, held aloft with thin spaghetti straps.
She showcased her svelte waist in the fairytale inspired number, which featured sheer panels at the waist for added glamour.
Paula accessorised her look with metallic heels and silver earrings, styling her brunette bob in natural curls.
She was joined by a host of stars on the red carpet, including World of Warcraft superfan, actor Henry Cavill, who was first in line to see his favourite video game brought to life.
The British hunk famously revealed that he was too engrossed in the game to answer a call from director Zack Synder, offering him the part of Superman in Man Of Steel.
The gaming geek joked at the time: 'I was playing World of Warcraft, and I had my priorities straight'.
In Warcraft, Paula plays the half-human, half-orc character Garona in the film directed by the late David Bowie's son Duncan Jones.
It deals with the first encounters between humans and orcs that form the basis of the video game series World of Warcraft.
The special effects-laden movie co-stars Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper and Ruth Negga, and opens on June 10.
The premiere also marked the first time filmmaker Duncan put in a public appearance following the tragic passing of his father, David Bowie.
The director previously revealed the iconic musician had inspired him to pursue a film career.
Duncan said: 'My dad was obviously prolific in music, but he also acted and I think I had the most fun when we were on film sets... I think I got the (directing) bug back then'.