Elisabeth Moss stands out in an eye-catching yellow dress at the premiere of The Handmaid’s Tale at the Toronto Film Festival
Elisabeth Moss was all smiles as she attended the premiere of The Handmaid’s Tale during the 2022 Toronto Film Festival on Thursday.
The 40-year-old actress stood out in an eye-catching plunging yellow dress that showed off her incredible figure.
She increased her height in a pair of heels and accessorized with a silver ring as she graced the red carpet.
Beaming: Elisabeth Moss was all smiles as she attended the premiere of The Handmaid’s Tale during the 2022 Toronto Film Festival on Thursday
Elisabeth opted for soft glam makeup while styling her short golden tresses in loose waves.
This comes after the release of the new The Handmaid’s Tale season five trailer, and it seems to be busy for Elisabeth’s character, June Osbourne.
Elizabeth confronts Yvonne Strahovski, 40 (who plays Serena) after killing her husband, Commander Frederick R. Waterford (played by Joseph Fiennes, 52) at the end of season four.
Widowed and pregnant Serena arms her grief to raise her public status in Toronto all the time Gilead’s influence is slowly creeping into Canada, as June continues her battle against totalitarian patriarchal theocracy.
Beauty: The actress, 40, stood out in an eye-catching plunging yellow dress that showed off her incredible figure
The trailer – just over two minutes long – begins with a shot of June thinking back to Commander Waterford as she justifies why he had to die.
‘He was a monster. The founding father of Gilead. He took our country. He had to pay for what he did,” she says as a flashback of Fred’s death appears onscreen.
June is then seen sitting with her partner Luke (OT Fagbenle) as she ominously tells him, “I killed him and I loved it so much.”
Serena is then seen entering the building where Fred’s body lies under a white sheet, as tears fill her eyes.
The shot then cuts to Moira (Samira Wiley) yelling at Luke saying, “June tore it up!”
Plot: Based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, the show is set in a patriarchal dystopia called Gilead based on what was once the United States
Based on the 1985 novel by Margaret Atwood, the show is set in a patriarchal dystopia called Gilead founded on what was once the United States.
Women are reduced to a status far below that of men, deprived of basic rights such as reading or the use of money.
“Servants” are the women forced to wear the veil and subjected to a form of slavery in which they are repeatedly raped in an attempt to produce children.
The fifth season of The Handmaid’s Tale is set to premiere on Hulu on September 14, with new episodes airing on Wednesdays.
Intense: The new trailer for season five of The Handmaid’s Tale sees Elisabeth Moss’ character June Osbourne go up against Yvonne Strahovski (Serena) after killing her husband Fred