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Rachel Zegler stuns in bell-shaped dress for premiere of Steven Spielberg's West Side Story in NYC

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Steven Spielberg's remake of West Side Story made its New York premiere at the Rose Theater Jazz at Lincoln Center on Monday.Rachel Zegler, who was making her film debut in the production, takes over the leading lady role of Maria, which was previously played by Natalie Wood in the original 1961 version.Ahead of the screening, the 20-year-old actress stunned on the red carpet in agorgeous bell-shaped, strapless dress.

Red carpet premiere: Rachel Zegler, 20, looked like the belle of the ball when she stepped out on the red carpet for the New York premiere of Steven Spielberg's remake of West Side Story The promotional event is all new for the New Jersey native, considering this is her first feature movie.Looking like the belle of the ball,.

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