Her latest film Scream dominates the box office.
And Courteney Cox was in high spirits as she headed out to dinner with girlfriend Jennifer Meyers in Santa Monica, California on Thursday.
The 57-year-old actress cut a stylish figure, wearing black leather pants that hugged her sculpted legs.
Fashion forward: Courteney Cox stepped out for dinner in Santa Monica, California on Thursday and looked chic in leather pants
She paired them with a black turtleneck sweater layered underneath a black and white polka dot blouse.
She completed her look by adding a pair of ankle boots, a black dressy blazer and a simple gold necklace.
Adhering to coronavirus guidelines, she wore a matching black face mask over her nose and mouth as she walked hand-in-hand with Jennifer.
Leggy display: The 57-year-old actress cut a stylish figure as she stepped out of her car
On trend: She paired them with a black turtleneck, layered beneath a black and white polka dot blouse, as she walked alongside her jewelry designer, Jennifer Meyers
Stylish: Courteney completed her look by adding a pair of ankle boots, a black dressy blazer and a simple gold chain
Their outing comes after Courteney reunited with her co-star Neve Campbell and ex-husband David Arquette, 50, to chat about her new film Scream.
During Monday’s virtual interview on The Drew Barrymore Show, Courteney reflected on her dreaded “baby bangs” in “Scream 3.”
While discussing their characters’ different looks, Courteney was reminded of her “baby pony” in “Scream 3,” where she said, “There was nothing worse.”
Reflecting: Her appearance in Lorraine comes after she and Neve reunited with her Scream co-star and ex-husband David Arquette, 50, to chat about the new film
Nothing Worse: While discussing their characters’ different looks, Courteney was reminded of her “baby bangs” in Scream 3, where she said, “There was nothing worse.”
“For every Scream, I tried to give her a different look that was just over the top, ugly, or too much,” Courteney told Drew, who famously played Casey, the first victim of Ghostface in the 1996 original classic Scream.
Courteney was reminded of the infamous “Pony” from “Scream 3” by Neve, who played Sidney Prescott in the films.
She said, “Oh, that was the worst. I forgot that. There was nothing worse. That was a great life lesson because that will stay in the film forever.”
Scream look: “With every scream, I would try to find another look for her that was just overly gross or ugly or too much.”
She added that the production only had “one set of bangs” for the 2000 sequel, adding, “there’s supposed to be something that starts back here, way back, and that’s about the bangs.”
“For some reason, they put it here (in the middle of her head) and started cutting it, and I was like, ‘Well, I don’t have a choice now,'” she said.
Neve joked, “I remember that day because we all said, ‘No, they’re really good,’ and a laughing David added, ‘I felt so sorry for you!’
Courtney even poked fun at the look in Halloween 2000, when she shared a selfie with someone in a ghost face who appeared to be cutting her hair.
‘Not the pony!!!!!!!!’ she said in her caption.
Courteney’s ex-husband David, to whom she was married from 1999 to 2013, took over responsibility for the look in 2019.
Selfie: Courtney even poked fun at the look in Halloween 2000 when she shared a selfie with someone in a ghost face who appeared to be cutting her hair
Responsible: As early as 2019, Courteney’s ex-husband David, with whom she was married from 1999 to 2013, was responsible for the look
A meme surfaced that included a photo of Scream 3 that read, “If you ever feel like shit just think about Courteney Cox’s hair in Scream 3.”
Commenting on the post, David said: “I have to take the fall for this. I suggested a Bettie Page look. It just didn’t work. I take full responsibility.’
The new Scream reboot hits theaters nationwide on January 14th
Coming Soon: The new Scream reboot hits theaters nationwide on January 14th