It seemed as if the judges were sending more people to Hollywood than Napoleon sent to Moscow.

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Elizabeth Banks attends screening of "Man on a Ledge" on Jan.19, 2012, in New York.

Getty (CBS) Elizabeth Banks donned a bombshell black and gold number for a screening of her film "Man on a Ledge" in New York on Thursday night.

The actress, 37, wore a black minidress with gold studded detailing by Versace, which she paired with tights, black booties and smoky eye makeup."Man on a Ledge," which also stars Sam Worthington, Jamie Bell, Kyra Sedgwick and Ed Harris, hits theaters on Jan.

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Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Banks also talked about her upcoming role as Effie Trinket in "The Hunger Games" at the event."— U.

S.documentary cinematography award: Jeff Orlowski, "Chasing Ice.

" — World cinema drama cinematography award: David Raedeker, "My Brother the Devil."— World cinema documentary cinematography award: Lars Skree, "Putin's Kiss.

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