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‘Youth in Revolt.’ Michael Cera’s alter ego…

Malan Breton and Danielle Staub

Danielle Staub, Real Housewives of New Jersey, was in attendance but wouldn’t answer my themed question; apparently she’s touchy when it comes to mustaches.  Spotted also around the vicinity were couple Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr as well as an unaccompanied Pete Wentz, who refused interviews.

In other news the uber eccentric Zach Galifinakis was seemingly incognito last night. I first noticed him as he was standing next to me in the interview line. At first glance I thought it was an outside straggler, for it was a round scruffy man in a large jacket with his hood covering his eyes and headphones around his ears.  He wanted a stab at the interview process for his own film, if you haven’t yet witnessed his Funny or Die talk show “Between Two Ferns” get yer butt over there now. Unfortunately his costars (not publicists, they too thought their stars were being bum-rushed (get it?)) recognized him immediately and preferred to chitchat rather than go along with his gag.

The after party, sponsored by Three Olives Vodka and Radeberger beer was held at La Pomme. The party was annoyingly crowded, they packed us in like sardines not even the large and in charge Harvey Weinstein could pass through, he grew tired of the crowd and left. No further exciting news to report, the quite water drinking Cera and Plaza hid in the corner and fellow red-carpet attendees did not show due to the overwhelming and uncomfortable size of the crowd.

Best result of the night? The ginormous sized styrofoam movie poster I coped from the after party that will be hung in my apartment later tonight, ah thank you.

Fred Willard
Director Miguel Artera.