Monday, August 20, 2012

Stars and Sand

It was a star studded event at the Hamptons last night for the screening of EoW. 

A little more low key that a big HW event, it wasn't without the stars, and brought the Hampton summer residents including co-host Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Molly Sims, and Katie Lee.

 Kicking of his wedding week friend and Montauk resident Rufus and his fiance Jorn Weisbrodt joined Jake at the screening.

Also attending the festivities was famed photographer Bruce Weber, the new it boys of the moment Harry and Peter Brant with their friends, as well as Howard Stern's wife Beth Ostrosky Stern, singer Duncan Sheik, and Gwyneth Paltrow and husband Coldplay front man Chris Martin.

Jake let the crowd know, “ 'The neighborhoods where we shot couldn’t be more different than where we are right now,' to the crowd seated inside the intimate screening room at the private home in Wainscott." Well we could have told them that.

But something we didn't know for sure until now, Jake is one of the movie's executive producers.

 It's a smile!

 So you know I met the real Joe Davola, 
and he didn't seem crazy or know opera.

4 comments:

Jersey Tom said...

Awesome Rufus and his fiance were there. That would have not have happened a while back. Sounds like Austin is making sure everyone knows he is in Texas far far away.

Special K said...

Sleep over at the Seinfelds.

Jake bunked with Jerry and Jessica after the screening

THE HAMPTONS HAD its fair share of celebrity sleepovers Sunday night. Jake Gyllenhaal helicoptered in for a screening of his new film, “End of Watch,” at Goose Creek, the Wainscott home that features an exact replica of the Ziegfeld Theater in New York. But the film’s star needed a place to crash for the night. Thankfully, a source tells us Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld offered Gyllenhaal a bed in their $32 million, 12-acre waterfront East Hampton abode. The comedian and the action film star, it turns out, are actually quite chummy, and spent the prescreening cocktail reception hanging with the Seinfelds’ daughter, Sascha. Also lodging guests for the night was Gwyneth Paltrow, who attended the screening with husband Chris Martin. The couple hobnobbed with friends at the party, but had to split before the lights went down in the theater since they had 14 guests staying at their $5.4 million Amagansett cottage.
NY Daily News

prairiegirl said...

The countdown is on for Jake's play. I hope it does well.

I always want to see Jake do well and succeed. I'm not a fan of this EOW but that's just me and hey, it's a lot of other people's kind of movie so that's great.

For a novice like myself, it's hard for me to tell if the buzz on the internet is legit and warranted. Is this movie that great? With Jake as executive producer, I would love for it to be.

But here's my fear. If it really is that great and going to be considered for awards, what's going to happen to Jake? Will the pressure of award season send him back to bearding? Will it send him to doing more of these kinds of Grrrr, Aaaargh he-man roles?

I think these are legitimate ponderings.

Special K said...

I think Jake is kind of over doing movies the fame and accolades. This he's more about picking stuff that he's interested because of the story or because of the challenge.