Clint Eastwood's daughter Francesca has caused a stir after attending the premiere of "Total Recall" in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
The new movie stars Colin Ferrell, Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale, who also attended Wednesday's premiere. Eastwood, an 18-year-old model, stole much of the show wearing a red dress and high heels.
Her appearance resonated with the media as well as online users. The following day, Eastwood responded to questions about her look at the premiere.
"Last night I went to the premiere of Total Recall," Eastwood posted on her blog on Thursday.
"Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale were so hot! I wore an Alexa Chung for Madewell dress and Louboutin heels. I did my own makeup using TooFaced cosmetics," she continued.
The "Total Recall" premiere is not the only splash Eastwood has made with the media. The daughter of the legendary filmmaker and actor appears on E!'s reality series "Mrs. Eastwood & Company," which also stars Clint Eastwood's wife, Dina Eastwood.
The Oscar Award-winning actor will only occasionally appear on the show, and instead "Mrs. Eastwood & Company" will focus on Dina and Francesca as well as Eastwood's other daughter Morgan, 15. Eastwood has five other children in addition to Francesca and Morgan, but they are not expected to appear on the show.
The reality television stars recently had their first bout of drama when Francesca received death threats over her "art" made with her photographer boyfriend, Tyler Shields.
"Destruction is a beautiful version of freedom … Would you want this bag? Are you sad to see me destroy it," asked Eastwood in the caption alongside the controversial photographs.
The very expensive red crocodile skin purse was first cut in half with a chainsaw, and eventually lit on fire. Viewers of the imaged were disgusted by the work, and took to TylerShields.com to vent their anger.
"I struggle everyday to put food on the table, and raise my three kids on my own… to see people behave this way is disgusting. $100k feeds a lot of hungry mouths," one user wrote.
The photography stunt was apparently a promotion of "Mrs. Eastwood and Company," as Francesca added a caption urging users to watch the show.