‘Stand Up Guys’ Premiere Draws Hollywood’s A-List

The premiere of “Stand Up Guys” turned into an A-list reunion for actors Al Pacino, Alan Arkin, Christopher Walken, Julianna Margulies, Mark Margolis, Addison Timlin, and a slew of other celebrities who came out to celebrate the film’s release at the Museum of Modern Art on Sunday, Dec. 9.

Directed by Fisher Stevens, the crime-comedy showcases Pacino, Arkin and Walkin as aging con men, trying to take one last score. The plot thickens when one of them is hired to kill his partner.

But the premiere, hosted by The Cinema Society with Chrysler and Bally, was fascinating for another reason. Dozens of high-profile celebrities came out to honor Pacino and other cast members at the film’s after-party. Jon Bon Jovi, Laurie Anderson, Rolling Stone guitarist Ronnie Wood, Courtney Love, Liev Schreiber, Josh Charles, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Jeremy Piven, Lucy Punch, Mariska Hargitay, Matt Dillon, Bobby Cannavale, Samantha Mathis were spotted mingling with the cast at the Plaza Hotel’s Oak Room.

The film hits theaters Feb. 1.

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