Meghan Overdeep
Sep 05, 2017 @ 10:00 am

It's easy to take yourself too seriously in Hollywood, but even after more than three decades in the spotlight, acting legend Frances McDormand has no problem getting a little bit weird now and then.

Case in point: her silly appearance at the Venice Film Festival in Italy. The 60-year-old actress was the biggest goofball while promoting her new film, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, at the star-studded event on Monday. First, dressed in head-to-toe denim for a photo call with her castmates, McDormand hammed it for the cameras, making funny faces and striking awkward poses as the photographers snapped away.

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McDormand—who happens to be one of the few performers to win an Emmy, a Tony, and an Oscar—was back at it later that evening, as she made her way down the red carpet ahead of the film's screening. In an emerald green ballgown and a long black coat, the actress appeared to purposefully rebel against red carpet norms, winking, pointing, and gesticulating wildly at both the crowds and the cameras.

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Honestly, it's the personification of YOLO, and we are totally here for it. You do you, Frances!

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