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MODEL CROWD: Times Square isn’t usually a model hot spot but Wednesday night, a crowd of them descended upon the AMC Empire 25 theater at 42nd and Eighth for the official premiere of “The Last International Playboy,” a New York-centric independent film starring Jason Behr and featuring Lydia Hearst. “This is hopefully just the beginning,” Hearst said. “I’m a model, but you can expect a lot more from me soon.” She sports a red coiffure in one scene and hinted that she would be dyeing her signature blonde hair jet black for an upcoming project. “I can’t talk about that one yet, though,” she teased. Co-host of Bravo’s “Make Me a Supermodel,” Nicole Trunfio has a racy cameo in the film and was in attendance, as was model Lily Donaldson. At the after party, held at Hudson Terrace on Manhattan’s far west side, Behr was on hand with his co-star India Ennenga. “It was great to work on an independent film like this,” said Behr, best known for his role as Max Evans on television’s “Roswell.”


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