On Wednesday night, Marisa Tomei and Ethan Hawke screened their film "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" with the Cinema Society. Regarding her explicit love scene with co-star Philip Seymour Hoffman, Tomei laughed, "I hadn't done anything like that before. Phil and I thought that it was really weird."
Meanwhile, an eclectic group of art collectors, actresses and socials trekked to Hunt Slonem's studio for a party Coach threw celebrating Slonem's new book "Pleasure Palaces: The Art and Homes of Hunt Slonem." For Julianne Moore, the evening was a reunion of sorts. "Jeff [Slonim] and I went to homecoming together in high school," she said, referring to Slonem's brother, a writer and party reporter. "And the next time I saw him was on a press line."