Amidst the corporate divorce of Fingerprint Communications (a story TheWrap first reported on Friday), the event PR company's former partners got on the same page to deliver the stars for Conde Nast Traveler at the magazine’s Hot List Party in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
Director Len Wiseman, his “Underworld” leading lady-turned-wife, Kate Beckinsale, and Abigail Spencer made the trip to hear Gavin Rossdale perform acoustically at Haze inside the new Aria property. Gwen Stefani joined Rossdale in Las Vegas, the site of this week’s National Association of Broadcasters convention.
Before the weekend, Olivia Thirlby and Josh Leonard came out to support the micro-budget relationship experiment film “Breaking Upwards.” On Thursday night, the Silent Movie Theater on Fairfax hosted the premiere for the $15,000 indie film that producers negotiated upwards from IFC’s planned video-on-demand release into a theatrical run. (See Steve Pond’s coverage of “how they did it.”)
Anne Hathaway and Josh Hartnett, flanking the stars and co-writers of the film, Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones (photo, left, by Getty Images) were among attendees at the premiere.
Meanwhile, across town at the Arclight, Demi Moore, David Duchovny, Amber Heard and Lauren Hutton celebrated another unique relationship tale, “The Joneses.” Moore, who plays the mother of the “product-placement family” on-screen, brought real-life family Ashton Kutcher, Rumer Willis and Rumer’s beau Micah Alberti to the bigger-budget after-party at Thursday night hotspot Playhouse. At left, Moore celebrates with co-stars Duchovny and Hutton (photo, right, by Getty Images).
While Adrien Grenier took his documentary “Teenage Paparazzo” to the Gen Art film festival in New York, a bit of New York came to Hollywood. The NYC-based Guest of a Guest, a Patrick McMullan-esque site dedicated to people and parties, celebrated the recent launch of its Los Angeles edition with a poolside party at the Mondrian on Saturday.
The site’s publisher, Cameron Winklevoss, played a role in the creation of Facebook. At his event, he finally met the actor who will portray him in this fall’s David Fincher/Aaron Sorkin Facebook movie, “The Social Network.” Actor Armie Hammer (“Gossip Girl”) is playing both Cameron and his twin brother in the film that stars Jessie Eisenberg and Justin Timberlake.
Finally, on Sunday afternoon Holly Robinson Peete hosted a family carnival for guests Alison Sweeney, Yvette Nicole Brown and Blair Underwood to celebrate Peete’s mother-daughter co-authorship of children’s book “My Brother Charlie.” Outback and Mercedes Benz provided the eats and rides for the autism themed event at Culver Studios.