The To Rome With Love Premiere After-Party held a Casa Lever in New York on Wednesday night saw a host of very famous faces rubbing shoulders at the DISARONNO sponsored event.
From Penelope Cruz, to Jon Hamm, and Alec Baldwin, below we give you an insight into what went on…
Leading lady, Penélope Cruz quickly stopped by the DISARONNO sponsored To Rome With Love premiere after-party on Wednesday say hello to director Woody Allen before calling it a night. Just as she was darting off, the new mom ran into Josh Lucas and pregnant wife Jessica. Penelope couldn’t help herself and had to touch the belly! They then exchanged mommy tips while the actor looked on lovingly.
Jon Hamm was accompanied by longtime girlfriend, Jennifer Westfeldt. The coupled look very much in love as they mingled with director Woody Allen and wife Soon-Yi Previn. While Hamm gushed over what a fan he is of Mr. Allen, Westfeldt drifted across the room to chat with fellow partygoers Chris Rock, Mariska Hargitay and Rachel Dratch. The actor gave his leading lady a big kiss before she walked off and kept an eye on her from across the room. Though there was still no ring in sight, the couple seemed to be thriving.
Alec Baldwin looked svelte in preparation for his upcoming nuptials to Hilaria Thomas. The couple happily chatted while sitting at the bar, and though he seemed very content with the conversation, Baldwin’s eye was caught by several beauties as they walked into the restaurant. The couple later joined John Legend and girlfriend Chrissy Teigen who were cuddling at a table outside, whispering and gazing into each other’s eyes.
Gossip Girl star, Matthew Settle stopped by the To Rome With Love premiere after-party on Wednesday night. The actor arrived solo and immediately went to the bar for a DISARONNO cocktail where he began chatting up designer Charlotte Ronson and Katie Lee by the bar.
Julianna Margulies looked stunning as she walked into the premiere after-party on Wednesday night in a short, tight lace dress. Accompanied by husband Keith Lieberthal, the actress looked glowingly happy as she worked the room before taking a seat next to Dylan McDermott, who was keeping the company of three different ladies while relaxing in a booth. The two starred together in the mini-series The Grid last year and seem to still be friendly.
Photo Credit: Nick Hunt/Patrick McMullan Co.
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