Viola Davis, 53, is among a small group of performers to have won the Triple Crown of Acting: an Academy Award, Emmy Awards and Tony Award.

And on Friday, the actress attended the world premiere of her new movie Troop Zero at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, alongside some of her co-stars.

She looked age-defying in an all-black ensemble that included a pair of skin-tight leather pants.

The outfit looked to be equal parts cool and stylish as she strutted with confidence and ease on the red carpet.

The leather pants popped with its edgy style, but she also added a simple touch with a form-fitting black sweater.

She rounded out the outfit with a black hooded jacket, a pair of black boots and styled her raven tresses in a bob-cut with natural curls.

After posing solo for photographers, Davis was then happy to take a number of snaps alongside her husband Julius Tennon.

The love fest under the lights also extended to her co-stars Jim Gaffigan and Mckenna Grace as well as directors Bert & Bertie.

All five of them were all smiles as they joked with each other locked arm-in-arm.

Davis plays an unlikely chaperone to a group of misfit scouts in the family comedy that is set in rural Georgia in the 1970s.

Grace’s character, Christmas, plays a spunky nine-year-old girl who gets fixated on the idea of sending messages to whatever may exist in outer space.

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