Last Night's Parties: Jake Gyllenhaal Brings Mom To Premiere Of Sex-Filled Movie

by Chiara Atik · November 17, 2010

You know who's on the short list of people I will bring to the premiere of my as of yet nonexistent raunchy sex movie? Yeah, NOT my mom! Luckily, Jake Gyllenhaal seems to be the only person last night partying with their mom. Find out who went where (and with whom!) below...-

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Memorial Sloan-Kettering  Fall Party

Where: The Four Seasons

Who Was There: Amber Heard, Dree Hemingway, Shoshanna Gruss, Kerry Washington, Byrdie Bell, Allison Aston, Veronica Swanson Beard

Other Details: Lots and lots of blonde women, their beaus, and a few eclectic souls in sequins. Dree Hemingway told us she's reading Patti Smith's new book, but she hasn't gotten through all of grandpa Ernie's. Shoshanna Gruss is flattered to hear her clothes are hanging in our closet and told us to look out for longer lengths in the spring.

Love And Other Drugs Screening and After-Party

Where: Directors Guild of America and Rouge Tomate

Who:Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Oliver Platt, Kate Jennings Grant, Nathalie Gold, Valentino, Molly Sims, Jamie Lynn Siegler

Other: Anne Hathaway's boyfriend came out to support her in this super-sexy film that includes a ton of nudity and sex scenes. Jake's lady of the night? His mom. Had to be awkward. [via]

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Literacy Champions Fundraising Gala

Where: The Yale Club

Who: Junot Diaz, Greg Kelly, Lisa Anastos, Jasmine Chang, June Haynes, Anne Slowey, Samantha Yanks, Sasha Lazard, Lisa Selby, Anne Grauso

Other Details: During his speech, Junot Diaz proclaimed that he was amazed "people have time to take a shit every day, let alone read!"

The Asia Society Dinner

Where: The Waldorf

Who: Mukesh D. Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries Ltd.; Jeffrey R. Immelt, Chairman and CEO of General Electric; and the New York Philharmonic, America’s oldest symphony orchestra, all received praise and were interviewed by the evening’s emcee, CNBC Anchor Melissa Lee.

Other Details: Vietnamese American fashion designer Thuy Diep designed the decor for the event, which drew thirty top executives from China. Two musicians from the NY Philharmonic played two pieces, one being a well-known Korean folk song.

The Moth Ball

Where: Capitale

Who Was There: Jenny Slate, Jonathan Ames, Kurt Anderson, David Remnick, Mike Birbiglia

Other Details: Jonathan Ames, on storytelling: "I've told stories about my lower back spasms, my elevated testicle, smoking crack on Christmas Eve 20 years ago, my greatest fencing victory, cross dressing, incest, I mean playful incest."

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