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Bodacious Beauties and Hot Hunks
Los Angeles – It was a Hollywood lover's dream come true on Monday night at Grauman's Chinese Theater, as a bevy of beauties and a horde of hunks hit the red carpet for the premiere of the new romantic flick "He's Just Not That Into You." Hollywood Boulevard was blocked off, massive crowds pushed against barricades to get a closer look, and limos lined the street, disgorging a plethora of Tinseltown's top talent.

Look one way, and there was a dark-tressed Scarlett Johansson, resplendent in a strapless flowered Oscar de la Renta gown, a huge Zorab tourmaline and diamond flower ring, escorted by her new hubby Ryan Reynolds. Look another and there was Jennifer Aniston, celebrating her 40th birthday a bit early, in a sleek black pantsuit.

Drew Barrymore, who produced and stars in the film, swept up her hair and shimmied into a Lanvin cocktail dress. Jennifer Connelly wore a glittery green micro mini, while Ginnifer Goodwin went for a burnt orange strapless number, and Sasha Alexander wore a plunging-backed black-and-white dress. All three wore the latest in sexy footwear, high heels all criss-crossed and tied up.

The guys looked good, too. Ben Affleck suited up, as did Kevin Connolly, Bradley Cooper, and Justin Long. But Kris Kristofferson, who plays Aniston's father in the film, did casual black from head to toe.

Once the Ken Kwapis-directed film that opens Feb. 6 unspooled, the star-packed crowd headed to the after party. No sign of Aniston or Affleck at the bash, but Leonardo DiCaprio made the scene along with Kevin Connolly.

Barrymore, who moved from room to room greeting well-wishers like Bill Paxton, Jimmy Fallon, Warner Bros. head honcho Alan Horn, composer Cliff Eidelman, and author Greg Behrendt, whose bestselling guide to men and love is the basis for the movie, giggled when asked if it is true that the lead character of Gigi, played by Ginnifer Goodwin and a twenty-something woman who cannot find a decent man to love, is actually inspired by Drew.

"Apparently she is based on me," Barrymore admitted. "I'm not embarrassed by that at all, because it's a good thing. Plus, I'm in my thirties now, and I'm in a different place now."