Party on Bruce Willis, Emma Heming, Jennifer Lopez, and Benny Medina.
Successes for Relativity
Elle Hopper looks at the Relativity Media
party in Beverly Hills, where the winners were partying after the
studios 2011 Golden Globes successes PHOTOGRAPHED BY CHARLEY GALLAY/WIREIMAGE AND FRAZER
AFTER A FOUR-HOUR-LONG
Golden Globes’ ceremony, celebs want nothing more than to let their
hair down and have fun. And what better way to do it than to attend
the Weinstein–Relativity Media Golden Globes after-party, presented
by Marie Claire, especially after their successes this year
for The Fighter and The King's Speech.
Held at Bar 210 in the Beverly Hilton, it is easily
the biggest party at the Globes. It took up the bar area, an outside
patio and two massive tents, with the outdoor area containing a
cute photo booth where many celebs used it to its full advantage.
Inside the tents, every Weinstein film including True Grit, The
King’s Speech and Blue Valentine had its own table reserved
for the stars from each movie.
Nicole Kidman was an early arrival and departure, making
a quick getaway out the back exit with hubby Keith Urban. Quentin
Tarantino started the night off with a drink in hand before heading
inside to mingle. Presenter Michael Douglas and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones
chatted up Weinstein and Kavanaugh and were happy to be photographed,
with Michael Douglas looking the picture of health.
Matt Damon greeted friends and fans alike with a huge
smile, including Bruce Willis and Robert De Niro, where he headed
through the crowd to share a moment with both stars.
Also among the masses were Eva Longoria, presenter
Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony. Ryan Gosling was seen chatting
intently with Olivia Wilde and, of course, Paris and Nicky Hilton,
who were initially hidden away in the corner before emerging to
pose unselfishly with never-ending fan photos.
Colin Firth and Katey Sagal were both present, modestly
accepting congratulations for their big wins. •
Producers David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman
Composer Alexandre Desplat and director Tom Hooper
Director Quentin Tarantino
Ryan Kavanaugh and Kate Bosworth
rewarding Elyse Glickman and Leyla Messian review some of
the 2010 award seasons sparkling highlights some photographs by the authors and by Tony Di Maio/Star