Last Night's Parties: Julia Roberts Hangs Out At Don Hill's, Jeremy Piven Plays Pool

by Mara Siegler · April 25, 2011

Celebs, movie enthusiasts, and those who enjoy open bar continued to party for the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend!  Jeremy Piven showed off his skills, Orlando Bloom smoked and got wasted and hung out with Paul Rudd, Ozzy Osbourne and the rest of the family indulged in mini burgers, Julia Roberts found the Don Hill's bathroom less than appealing and more. Take a look!

2011 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL Presents the World Premiere of ANGELS CREST

Where: BMCC Tribeca PAC

Who Was There: Lynn Collins, Thomas Dekkar, Jeremy Piven, Gaby Dellal, Kate Walsh, Mira Sorvino, Natasha Lyonne

Other Details: After the screening of Angel's Crest, cast members and oddly, Natasha Lyonne, head to 675 in Meatpacking. Jeremy stayed only briefly, but did make sure to show off his pool skills before taking off into the night, presumably to find a sushi restaurant.

Tribeca Film Festival World Premier of THE GOOD DOCTOR

Where: Borough of Manahattan Community College, W Downtown

Who Was There: Rob Morrow, Riley Keough, Orlando Bloom, Sorel Carradine, Lance Daly, Paul Rudd

Other Details: Orlando Bloom was out to party at the W for his film's afterparty. When two women approached to try and flirt, he asked if they liked the film and then made his exit. "Well, I'm getting drunk right f***ing now and am going to head over there," he said, according to Gatecrasher. He was also the only party guest allowed to smoke, even thought staff opened up the terrace. Everyone who tried to light up was told to put it out or else be removed from the party. Celebrities: They can do whatever they want. The rest of the night, Orlando, seen here sporting a drunk, shit-eating, I'm famous so fuck you Bloomberg grin, hung out with the ever-adorable Paul Rudd. Orlando's wife Miranda Kerr, who just gave birth, also stopped by, but left early. Zoe Kravitz meanwhile, showed off her moves on the dancefloor.


Where: BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Anchor Bar

Who Was There: Sharon Osbourne, Jack Osborne, Robert De Niro, Ozzy Osborne, Kelly Osbourne, Jane Rosenthal, Marky Ramone, Mark Weiss

Other Details: The doc delves into the rock icon's life and features interviews with Paul McCartney, Tommy Lee, and more. After viewing the flick, guests, many outfitted in Ozzy tees, head over to Anchor bar where they enjoyed mini burgers, hot dogs, and quesadillas. The DJ played a slew of rock n roll favorites, oldies, and of course, some Ozzy.  [Via]

Tribeca Film Festival, World Premiere of JESUS HENRY CHRIST

Where: BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Don Hill's

Who Was There: Julia Roberts, Danny Modor, Samantha Weinstein, Dennis Lee, Robert De Niro

Other Details: Julia Roberts functioned as producer, while her husband Danny Moder shot this film about a little genius boy conceived in a petridish in search of his biological father. After the screening, guests head over to Don Hill's for the after party where the VIP's ordered pizza and listened to a live performance of a band (that literally no one could figured out the name of-but they were good) that has a song in the flick. Julia finds the restrooms there just as gross as everyone else. Weirdly, the children from the film stopped by the gritty bar past midnight and indulged in candy, both a perfect Easter treat and their equivalent of booze.  [Via]

Sun City Picture House After-party Hosted by Vanity Fair, Bvlgari and executive producer Olivia Wilde

Where: Soho House

Who Was There: Bryn Mooser, Olivia Wilde, David Darg, Ben Stiller, Justin Long, Dave Grohl, Marissa Tomei, Paul Haggis, Fisher Stevens, Kelly Bensimon, Mira Sorvino

Other Details: After the quake, Haiti was left without many things, but one of these was movie theaters. Bryn Mooser and Adam Darg created Sun City Picture House, along with the help of Olivia Wilde and Maria Bello. Guests came out to Soho House to celebrate their efforts and the documentary they made on their rebuilding efforts.  Here is Olivia discussing the project:

ESPN’s Tribeca Film Festival After-Party for Catching Hell, Hosted by Time Warner Cable

Where: Cabanas at the Maritime

Who Was There: Alex Gibney, Amir Bar-Levy, Nicole Lapin, New York Giants' Kevin Boss and Victor Cruz, and New York Jets' Tanner Purdum and Jamaal Westerman

Details: The flick centers on Steve Bartman, the guy who deflected the foul ball during Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series at Wrigley Field. [Via]


Where: SVA Theater, Bowery Hotel

Who Was There: Billy Corben, Jen Gatien, Alfred Spellman, Dave Berlin, David Barton

Other Details: Limelight is a documentary tracking the rise and fall of Peter Gatien, the legendary nightclub owner who arguably became a scapegoat in Giuliani’s New York mid 90’s drug wars. After the flick guests packed into the Bowery to prove that nightlife is still alive in NY. Be sure to take a look at the photos HERE.

THE PERFECT FAMILY After Party hosted by American Express

Where: Thom Bar

Who Was There: Kathleen Turner, Jason Ritter, Angelique Cabral, Sharon Lawrence, Rebecca Wackler and director Anne Renton

Other Details: The official synopsis says “A devoutly Catholic wife and mother has been nominated for one of the church’s top awards. She then goes about trying to prove she has the perfect family, refusing to accept them for who they are.” This unofficially boils down to lesbianism, alcoholism, and other negative-isms. [Via]




Where: Chelsea Clearview Cinema

Who Was There: Hayden Panettiere, Harvey Weinstein, Amy Poehler, David Allen Grier, Jon Bon Jovi, Wladimir Klitschko

Other Details: Celebs and guests brought out the kids for the sequel of Hoodwinked, this time, as is now mandatory for all animated flicks, in 3D! Hayden Panettiere brought out her Paul Bunyan-sized boyfriend, the 6'6 boxer Wladimir Klitsschko. After news infiltrated and blanketed the Internet that him and Hayden, 5"1, have no problem having sex because of the height difference, it is impossible to look at them without thinking about this.  Ewww. Amy Poehler arrived in an army jacket, no make-up and hair in a pony tail looking cool and laid back.   [Via]



Opening Night & After Party for "Born Yesterday"

Where: Cort Theatre, Edison Ballroom

Who Was There: ,

Other Details: Broadway's big guns came out last night to celebrate opening night for Born Yesterday.  [Via]