More than the spider gobo outside, Emma Stone and Anderw Garfield lit up the “Amazing Spider-Man 2” after party at Skylight by Penn Station in New York on Thursday night.
Alicia Keys performed “It’s On Again” from the film with Hans Zimmer and Kendrick Lamar.
Both Jamie Foxx, his daughter Annalise rocked the party, as Hans Zimmer moved over to guitar.
Director Marc Webb with BJ Novak, who is in the film but also has a book of short stories out.
After ABC’s “Black Box” east coast premiere with live tweeting from showrunner Ilene Chaiken (“We trended,” she told me.) Siobhan Williams, executive producer Gary Michael Walters, and Chaiken celebrated with a viewing party at The Cat & Fiddle in Hollywood.
“Black’s Medicine” cocktails were the elixir of choice at the garden party for the show about a neuroscientist with mental illness. The limited series inherits “Scandal’s” choice timeslot.
Earlier on Thursday, Brad Pitt and Orlando Bloom checked out the preview night of Paris Photo Los Angeles, that opens to the public this weekend on the Paramount Lot. Globally, it’s a top art fair for photos.
Jodie Foster, a Paris Photo regular, with the festival’s director Julien Frydman.
David Cross and Rose McGowan are early arrivers to Sundance London, which kicks off on Friday with both music and film this weekend at The O2.
The “Elves”, Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz, have their Electric Daisy Carnival doc “Under the Electric Sky” in the fest.
Victorious Sundance (Park City) alum Ryan Coogler took took a breakfast with other filmmakers at the Langham London on Thursday.
In related “Fruitvale” connetions, as the NFL was releasing its schedule Wednesday night, Michael B. Jordan and New York Giant Victor Cruz were introducing the “We Could Be King” high school football documentary with ESPN personality Mike Golic at its Tribeca screening.
Sarah Hyland brought pal Taylor Swift to see her dad perform in “Under My Skin” on Wednesday night. The two posed backstage at the Little Shubert which is literally just a little ways “off Broadway.”
“We celebrate the women who are making the culture,” Elle Editor-in-Chief Robbie Myers said to open the magazine’s annual “Women in Music” event on Tuesday night. Myers was proud to be the first to put Aussie Betty Who (right, in the personalized varsity letter jacket) in an American print magazine.
Sophia Bush (right, with Kevin McHale) was Betty Who’s #1 fan, leading the front of house dance partying at the un-dancelike-for-Hollywood hour of 8:40 p.m. on a Tuesday.
Robbie Myers and the Elle team did a great job styling the Avalon to mask its default grimey vibe.
Sarah McLachlan headlined, asking the crowd to “indulge” only 2 new songs in the middle of hits like “Possession,” “Adia,” and “Angel” a.k.a, “the sad dog song.” Angel Haze reminded everyone who paid for the open bar. Actually, it was Cusp by Neiman Marcus, the night’s sponsor.
Wendy and Barry Meyer with Carol Biondi at the Liberty Hill dinner at the Beverly Hilton on Tuesday night. The group doles out grants to grassroots organizations in L.A.
Flea (with shirt, without guitar) took the stage to present to “Nebraska” producer Albert Berger at the Liberty Hill event.
Jo “Supernanny” Frost gives Bruno Toniolio (Italian by blood, but British bred) a backside lookover at the kickoff to Brit Week on Tuesday night in L.A.
Harvey Weinstein and Showtime’s Chairman/CEO Matthew C. Blank ignore the fruit at Bloomberg’s “Business of Entertainment Breakfast” in NYC on Tuesday morning.
“Bloomberg” breakfast, literally. Michael Bloomberg with Tribeca’s Jane Rosenthal.
The “SNL” heavy cast of “Intramural” partied at Neuehouse on Monday night: “Good Neighbor’s” Nick Rutherford, Nikki Reed, Beck Bennett, and Jay Pharoah.
They started the promotion for “The Other Woman” at CinemaCon, and brought it to a close with a Westwood premiere Monday night: Leslie Mann and Jim Gianopulos.
Meanwhile at Amy Sacco’s No. 8, Luciana Pedraza, Robert Duvall, and producer Rob Carliner celebrated “Miss Meadows”.
MSG and Cablevision boss James Dolan, Katie Holmes and Zac Posen also held real estate at No. 8.
A dressed down Robin Wright came to support Kevin Spacey’s globe-trotting theatre documentary “Now: In the Wings of the World Stage” at their party at hotspot the General on Monday night.
Back in Westwood, Lance Bass was on the other side of the carpet popping questions at Cameron Diaz at “The Other Woman” premiere for E.T.
Nicki Minaj, who plays Lydia, made a wardrobe change for the after party at the W.
Not a real couple, but they look great together. Matthew Lillard and Carla Gugino had a “pre-premiere” party for “Match” at the festival-trotting Supper Suite By STK, a partnership with fellow film buffs Fiji Water And Dobel Tequila.
Topher Grace, Ashley Hinshaw, Anna Camp, and Skylar Astin celebrate Angus McLachlan’s well received “Goodbye To All That” the night before at the STK Supper Suite.
Olivia Thirlby and Anton Yelchin toast “Mad Men” and “Mad About You” producer Victor Levin’s turn in the director’s seat for “5 to 7” on April 19.
On Saturday at L.A. Live, Aloe Blacc and David Correy (a Brazilian American singer -a perfect synergy) performed Coca-Cola’s World Cup anthem for the first time live. In a smart move, Coke’s taken this year’s anthem and globalized it like a reality show format with 24 local versions around the world. Expect to have it drilled in to your head after kickoff in Brazil on June 12.
You know it’s love when you bring your girlfriend’s dad with you to Vegas. Phillippi Sparks, former NFL Giant and Jordin’s dad, accompanied Jason Derulo and Jordin to Derulo’s album release party at Tao in Las Vegas on Saturday night.