Last Night's Parties: Nic Cage & His Hair Get Demonic, Robin Kassner's 'Millionaire Matchmaker' Party

by Mara Siegler · January 5, 2011

    Ron Perlman, Dominic Sena, Nicholas CageNicolas Cage left the dinosaur skull at home and went on an epic and demonic quest, Kevin Spacey discussed 'Superman,' Nick Zinner confused and disappointed by failing to play "Maps," and Chloe Sevigny hung out with Vinny from the Jersey Shore.  Seriously! You've got to find out what happened last night.


    Where: AMC Loews Lincoln Square, Landmark on the Park

    Who Was There: Robert Sheehan, Stephen Campbell Moore, Claire Foy, Nicholas Cage, Ron Perlman, Brittny Gastineau, Jill Zarin, Ramona Singer

    Other Details: In Nicholas Cage's new movie "Season of the Witch," he plays a Crusades-era knight who tries to transport a suspected witch to a monastery where monks deduce her powers could be the source of the Black Plague.  Think "Lord of The Rings," meets "The Exorcist." Jill Zarin walked the carpet, proudly telling everyone it was her 10th wedding Anniversary and showing off a locket from her husband. The man of the hour skipped out of the after-party early, but "Hellboy" Ron Perlman stayed and chatted up fans and his cast mates Stephen Campbell Moore and Claire Foy. [Via]

    Muscular Dystrophy Association Muscle Team Gala & Benefit Auction

    Sgt. SlaughterWhere: Pier 60, Chelsea Piers

    Who Was There:Miss Teen USA, Miss USA Rima Fakih, Mrs. NewYork America Meaghan Jarensk, Sgt. Slaughter, Ramses Barden, Chris Snee, Michael Boley and Matt Dodge

    Other Details: Despite the image, no children were harmed during the benefit which served as a dinner and auction.The annual event gathers top local athletes who have chosen to put their muscle behind the search to find a cure for neuromuscular diseases. [Via]



    San Antonio Spurs Vs New York Knicks Game

    Chloe Sevigny, Jersey Shore VinnyWhere: Madison Square Garden

    Who Was There: Paul "Pauly D" Delvecchio, Chloe Sevigny, Spike Lee, Penny Marshall, Jeremy Sisto, Joe Frazier, Mayor Michael Bloomberg

    Other Details: There was a Knicks game last night which would not usually be note-worthy on this section or really on this blog. However, Chloe Sevigny was there cheering on Amare Stoudemire next to Vinny from the Jersey Shore. Weird. If these two start dating, we can add this to End of Days signs right between the corpses of blackbirds and the 2 million dead fish in the Chesapeake Bay. [Via]

    Screening of Casino Jack

    Where: 92 Street Y

    Who Was There: Kevin Spacey, Annette Insdorf

    Other Details: After the screening, Kevin was interviewed by "Reel Pieces" moderator Annette Insdorf. He revealed, “To my knowledge, there is going to be another ‘Superman’ movie. I think they have decided to reboot it and they are going very dark, from what I understand.” [Via]


    Robin Kassner hosts premiere of her “Millionaire Matchmaker” episode

    Doug Kepanis, Robin Krassner, David Yontef Where: The Grace Hotel

    Who Was There: Robin Kassner, Jason Teich, Derek Tabacco, Matt Siegel, David Yontef

    Other Details: The millionaires took to the pink carpet, and a Haute PR gift bag featured Jessica Simpson’s new Fancy Love fragrance. Pink martinis shined against Gift New York’s pink underlit pool, and attendees watched Kassner, aka the Fat Jessica Simpson's episode on a projection screen poolside as they rocked to the music of DJ NYSE. [Via]

    The Rock & Roll Circus, Night 2

    Rock and Roll CircusWhere: Lincoln Center

    Who Was There: Ariel Pink, Amazing Baby, Nick Zinner and Aska, Saint Motel, contortionist, acrobats

    Other Details: Carnies and rock and rollers hit Lincoln Center's Damrosch Park for night 2 of the Circus. Unlike the previous evening, no one rioted!  Good job everyone! Bands played along with performances by contortionists and stilt walkers to lukje-warm reviews. "Why was he just up there, like, DJing, with that girl just singing in front of him?" said one fan of Yeah Yeah Yeah's Nick Zinner. Village Voice's Chris Tarantino hilariously likened it to "a John Hughes-esque Battle of the Bands at Shermer High School." [Via]