[Topher Grace, Wilmer Valderrama, Danny Masterson photo via] Tom Hanks makes a movie with that Greek lady again and has a Hollywood premiere where half of the cast of the "That 70s Show" decided to have a reunion; Assouline publishing fete's Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte's new book of photos he took from space at the SLS Hotel—it was not the most eventful of Monday nights in L.A. but here's everything you need to know that went down in today's edition of Last Night's Parties.
Larry Crowne Premiere After Party
Where: Rolling Stone Restaurant & Lounge Who Was There: Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston, Cedric the Entertainer, Danny Masterson, Larry David, Topher Grace, Wilmer Valderrama, Nia Vardalos, Rita Wilson, Taraji P. Henson, Ron Meyer, Kelly Chapman Meyer, Rosemary Lynne, Gary Marsh, Jon Turtletaub, Rick Finkelstein, RJ Mitte, Cari Sladek, Mohammed Alturki, Grace Gummer, Jay Roach, Jeff Lynne, Gary Goetzman. Other Details: Last night, Larry Crowne, Tom Hanks' new film starring himself and Julia Roberts made its Hollywood premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre where an A-list group came out to see the silver screen titans' latest project. After the red carpet and screening, guests were ushered over to the Rolling Stone Restaurant & Lounge for an after party toasting the film's debut. The night also served as a reunion for former "That 70s Show" castmates Topher Grace, Wilmer Valderrama and Danny Masterson. Kinda cute, no? [Tom Hanks, Kelly Meyer, Rita Wilson, Ron Meyer photo via]
GAIA Guy Laliberte Book Launch Party
Where: SLS Hotel Who Was There: Guy Laliberte, Lois Aldrin, Genevieve Bujolde, Sam Nazarian, Barbara Lazaroff. Other Details: In celebration of his new book GAIA, Prosper and Martine Assouline of Assouline publishing hosted a soiree for Guy Laliberte at the SLS last night. You see, when he's not busy inventing things like Cirque du Soleil (yes, he founded it) and coming up with innovative trapeze shows, Guy Laliberte likes to take trips to space and take photos of what he sees Laliberte's tome presents his stunning photographs taken during his 11-day trip into space orbiting the earth. The photos capture views of earth 220 miles away in space and are pretty spectacular.