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Entertainment Ian Somerhalder hits the COVID-era red carpet for his new documentary

11:03  18 september  2020
11:03  18 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Ian Somerhalder appeared at the socially distanced premiere of his upcoming  documentary, Kiss the Ground, on Wednesday.

As Hollywood events are being totally reworked in the wake of the coronavirus  pandemic, the 41-year-old actor and executive producer attended his first drive-in screening in an olive green t-shirt and dark-wash denim bottoms.

The hunky Vampire Diaries alum appeared in high sprits, as he posed for a number of solo shots, before he was joined by the film's director, Rebecca Harrell Tickell.

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Ian Somerhalder standing posing for the camera: Executive producer: Ian Somerhalder appeared at the socially distanced premiere of his upcoming documentary, Kiss the Ground, on Wednesday © Provided by Daily Mail Executive producer: Ian Somerhalder appeared at the socially distanced premiere of his upcoming documentary, Kiss the Ground, on Wednesday

While the pair posed for a few shots wearing masks, which had the name of the Woody Harrelson-narrated documentary emblazoned on them, they eventually slid them.

Despite strict CDC guidelines urging people to keep their mouths and noses covered in public spaces, the duo couldn't help but cheekily kiss the ground.

Additionally, Somerhalder sported a wide grin, as he expressed his gratitude by placing his two hands together, in a gesture of appreciation.

Rebecca opted to slip into a glamorous emerald gown, as they led the pack in celebrity arrivals, which also included Jason Alexander.

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The 60-year-old Seinfeld opted for a casual look, as he rocked a grey button-down, jeans and a pair of sneakers.

Not long after, Blanca Blanco and John Savage appeared at the screening.

Blanco, 39, dressed to impress, as she donned a baby blue, thigh-skimming dress with a floral pattern.

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She paired her semi-sheer frock with a pair of butterfly earrings and bold eyeshadow.

Meanwhile, her 71-year-old longtime partner wore a patterned button-down and tan trousers.

a man holding a sign posing for the camera: Supportive: The 60-year-old Seinfeld opted for a casual look, as he rocked a grey button-down, jeans and a pair of sneakers © Provided by Daily Mail Supportive: The 60-year-old Seinfeld opted for a casual look, as he rocked a grey button-down, jeans and a pair of sneakers Jason Alexander holding a sign posing for the camera: Back: He made his red carpet return at the special drive-in screening © Provided by Daily Mail Back: He made his red carpet return at the special drive-in screening

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Created by filmmakers Josh and Rebecca Tickell, Kiss the Ground aims to show viewers how to stabilize the Earth's climate, restore ecosystems, and replenish food supplies.

'There's so much bad news about our planet, it's overwhelming. Truth is, I've given up,' the film's narrator, Woody Harrelson, told People last month. 'This is the story of a simple solution, a way to heal our planet. The solution is right under our feet — and it's as old as dirt.'

Blanca Blanco posing for a picture: Looking good: Not long after, Blanca Blanco and John Savage appeared at the screening © Provided by Daily Mail Looking good: Not long after, Blanca Blanco and John Savage appeared at the screening a woman wearing a costume: Dynamic duo: Meanwhile, her 71-year-old longtime partner wore a patterned button-down and tan trousers © Provided by Daily Mail Dynamic duo: Meanwhile, her 71-year-old longtime partner wore a patterned button-down and tan trousers

The outlet revealed the film's trailer detailed how 'destroying soil in agriculture has created an influx of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.'

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