Saturday’s Sundance Motorola Late Night Lounge was just that.
Will i Am was one of the last stars to arrive at 2 a.m. Sundance regular Maria Bello was the early bird, getting the party started at 11:30. You’ll get to see every square inch of Maria if her icky, dark psycho-sexual tale, "Downloading Nancy," ever gets snapped up.
Also in the house: indie hunks Diego Luna and Bello’s "Nancy" costar, Jason Patrick, and David Annable ("Brothers and Sisters") for his first trip to Sundance. He’s playing in a charity celebrity Ice hockey match Sunday afternoon. And he said he was taking down names of all the stars he met so he could tell his family. Sweet.
Dave looked pretty darn cozy with his on-screen half sister/suspiciously unrequited love interest Emily Van Camp. Is her real dad his dad? More will be revealed. But their costar Matthew Rhys was also there, so you figure it out.
OMG, Colin was there, too. No, not the Irish pretty bad boy. Instead, a rather dour Colin Hanks, whose movie “The Great Buck Howard,” premiered at Salt Lake City on Thursday night.
It was hard to recognize blonde-turned brunette Kristin Stewart (Into the Wild). I only did because she’d briefly walked the carpet earlier for Barry Levinson and Robert DeNiro‘s new black comedy, “What Just Happened.”
It’s based on Hollywood insider Art Linson’s script, about ex-wives, movies, egotistical actors, crazy studio heads, undending child support and problems with ex-wives, that premiered last night at the Eccles.
I’m betting this one is gonna get snapped up fast. Catherine Keener is also in it. So is Bruce Willis, who came to the premiere with his latest Victoria’s Secret model, Emma Heming, who looked about twelve.
How does he get these babes? Anyway, he plays himself in the film. So does Sean Penn. Play himself, I mean. Not Bruce Willis. And in true Penn fashion, he wasn’t at the premiere.
Sweet and savvy Paris gave a big hug to David Pinsky, Motorola’s head of marketing.
Paris’s marketing doppleganger Perez Hilton was also there and he posed with Pinsky too! Do-do-do-do-do.
No sign of his Katzenberg’s ex Mary Kate Olsen. That would have been awkward. Although the hip hop pounding Motorola bash was certainly big enough that they wouldn’t have had to rub elbows.
Unless they wanted to.
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