STYLE: Bold Face Bold Face: Holiday Movies By Deirdre Carroll Friday, December 16, 2011 12:30 PM Bold Face explores the cult of celebrity and the styles, trends and brands that stars show off in movies, at events and living their daily lives. To be considered for inclusion please contact senior editor, Deirdre Carroll. The holiday season is one of the best movie going times of the year. In this edition of Bold Face we feature some of the famous faces appearing in a few of the big screen blockbusters worth plunking down a bit of green for… Katherine Heigl is in the movie star extravaganza that is New Year’s Eve which is out in theatres now. The movie, from director Garry Marshall, features dozens of bold face names but conveniently for us, Heigl is wearing the sharpest specs. She has been seen all around L.A. wearing the new David Yurman DY055 sunglasses in black onyx from Legacie, the luxury division of B. Robinson… Photo Credit: Wire Image Charlize Theron is back on the big screen this holiday season after a bit of a hiatus as a self absorbed writer trying to regain the glory days of her youth in the dramedy Young Adult in theaters on Dec 16. With a unique talent for being a beautiful woman who excels in “unattractive” roles, next up for Charlize is the role of the Evil Queen in next year’s Snow White & the Huntsman. Here the gorgeous actress wears the Christian Dior Dior Mitza 2/S from Safilo… Scarlett Johansson stars alongside Matt Damon in the feel good family movie of the season, We Bought a Zoo. The movie, about a young family that moves to the Northern California countryside to renovate and re-open a struggling zoo, opens on Dec. 23. Scarlet herself is channeling the festive spirit of the holidays in these red Ray-Ban RB2140 Wayfarers from Luxottica… Last but not least, is the season’s tearjerker. Tom Hiddleston stars in War Horse which debuts on Christmas Day. Directed by Steven Spielberg, War Horse is based on the children’s novel set during World War I. The movie is about a young boy named Albert whose horse, Joey, is sold to the French cavalry under rider Captain Nicholls, played by Hiddleston. Currently a Tony Award winning Broadway show as well, the story follows Albert as he joins the cavalry to find his beloved horse. Hiddleston wears the Lacoste L119S from Marchon.