Rachel McAdams stuns in sheer top at special 'Aloha' screening

She may have taken a two-year hiatus from Hollywood, but 2015 is certainly shaping up to be one of Rachel McAdams' busiest yet. The gorgeous Canadian stepped out on Wednesday night (May 27) for a special screening of her new film, Cameron Crowe's Aloha - and proved she still does A-list dressing to a tee.

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The 36-year-old hit the red carpet wearing a sultry ensemble by Self Portrait, which featured a sheer, knit green top with a low-cut bustier underneath and a blue, slit pencil skirt with a ruffled swirl at the hip. Her shoulder-length blond hair was swept to one side and she anchored the look with a pair of Christian Louboutin stilettos.

CLICK THE PHOTO FOR MORE RED CARPET: Rachel McAdams posed on the red carpet with costar Emma Stone. Photo: © Getty Images

Ever since her breakout in teen satire Mean Girls, Rachel has been wowing on red carpets around the world, but after memorable roles in The Notebook, Wedding Crashers, The Time Traveler's Wife and Midnight in Paris, among others, the Toronto-based actress was in need of a break, taking two years away from the spotlight.

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Last year, after receiving a star on Canada's Walk of Fame in a gorgeous black-and-white Zuhair Murad gown, the homegrown talent made her way back into the limelight with a string of exciting projects. Aside from Aloha, which costars Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Alec Baldwin and fellow Canadian Taylor Kitsch, Rachel stars in 2015's Southpaw opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, who plays a boxer struggling to reclaim his life.

CLICK THE IMAGE FOR MORE PREMIERE PHOTOS: Rachel and Colin Farrell take a break from shooting 'True Detective.' Photo: © Getty Images

But first, she tackles tough-as-nails sheriff Ani Bezzerides in the second season of the highly acclaimed True Detective. “I love that she’s not the girlfriend or the wife,” Rachel says of her character in the June issue of Marie Claire. “She doesn’t really care what everyone thinks; she feels no responsibility for other people’s feelings. She’s not trying to be charming, which isn’t always the case with a leading lady.”

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