‘Sidney,’ ‘Amsterdam’ and This Week’s Best Events – The Hollywood Reporter


Here’s a look at this week’s biggest premieres, parties and openings in Los Angeles and New York, including red carpets for sydney, Amsterdam, brothers, reboot and Get to know Sweet.

A jazzman’s blues special screening

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Following its TIFF debut, Tyler Perry, Milauna Jackson and Brad Benedict brought their film to Los Angeles on September 16 for a special screening at the Tudum Theater.

Tyler Perry, Milauna Jackson and Brad Benedict

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Amsterdam premiere

Writer-director David O. Russell and stars Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Andrea Riseborough, Mike Myers, Michael Shannon, Rami Malek, Timothy Olyphant and Robert De Niro, with producers Matthew Budman and Anthony Katagas and executive producers Drake and Adel “Future” Nur celebrated the world premiere of Amsterdam on Sunday at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center. Ben Stiller moderated a Q&A with the cast and filmmakers following the screening.

Andrea Riseborough, Rami Malek and Margot Robbie

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Christian Bale and Sibi Blazic

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David O Russell and Michael Shannon

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don’t worry darling NY screening

Director Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles, Gemma Chan and Nick Kroll were among them don’t worry darling Stars attending a NYC screening and Q&A on Monday.

Harry Styles, Katie Silberman, Sydney Chandler, Douglas Smith, Asif Ali, Kate Berlant, Olivia Wilde, Nick Kroll and Gemma Chan

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reboot premiere

Steve Levitan premiered his new Hulu series on the Fox grounds Monday, alongside stars Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, Rachel Bloom, Paul Reiser, Krista Marie Yu, Judy Greer and Calum Worthy.

Krista Marie Yu, Judy Greer, Keegan-Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, Paul Reiser, Rachel Bloom and Calum Worthy

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Steven Levitan and Kristina Levitan

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brothers premiere

Billy Eichner continued his brothers Press tour with co-star Luke Macfarlane and producer Judd Apatow at Tuesday’s New York premiere.

Donna Langley, Judd Apatow, Billy Eichner, Luke Macfarlane and Jeff Shell

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Debra Messing and Billy Eichner

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Get to know Sweet premiere

Pete Davidson and Kaley Cuoco debuted their Peacock rom-com in New York on Tuesday.

Pete Davidson, Alex Lehmann and Kaley Cuoco

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NRDC Night of Comedy

The Natural Resources Defense Council hosted its annual New York fundraising comedy event “Night of Comedy” Tuesday at Casa Cipriani New York. The evening paid tribute to the Honorary Curator of NRDC and the founder of Night of Comedy. Anna Scott Carter and was hosted by Seth Meyers with appearances by Mike Birbiglia, Michael Che, Chloe Fineman, Nick Kroll and Hasan Minhaj. Scott Carter and Graydon Carter were joined as national co-chairs by David Zaslav and Jim and Penny Coulter.

Hasan Minhaj, Chloe Fineman, Manish Bapna, Anna Scott Carter, Seth Meyers, David Zaslav, Mike Birbiglia and Nick Kroll

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Sydney premiere

Apple celebrated the LA premiere of the documentary Sydney at the Academy Museum on Wednesday along with producer Oprah, director Reginald Hudlin and Poitier’s daughters Beverly Poitier-Henderson, Anika Poitier, Pamela Poitier, Sherri Poitier and Sydney Poitier. Other attendees included Cher, Sheryl Lee Ralph, David Oyelowo, Loretta Devine, Colman Domingo and Dennis Haysbert.

Reginald Hudlin, Beverly Poitier-Henderson, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Oprah Winfrey, Sherri Poitier, Anika Poitier, Pamela Poitier and Derik Murray

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Cher

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Sheryl Lee Ralph

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Pioneer Dinner 2022

The Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation (WRMPPF) honored producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli as Pioneers of the Year 2022. Wilson and Broccoli presented the award to Daniel Craig and Michelle Yeoh on Wednesday at the MGM/United Artists Releasing and Foundation of the Year Dinner presented by Amazon Studios at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

Daniel Craig, Barbara Broccoli, Michael G Wilson and Michelle Yeoh

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SamSmith

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Cool Comedy Hot Cuisine from the Scleroderma Research Foundation

In a night honoring Bob Saget, longtime friends John Mayer, Dave Chappelle, Jimmy Kimmel and Jeff Ross performed a star-studded evening of comedy and music Wednesday to benefit the Scleroderma Research Foundation, which Saget previously led for 30 years.

Joel McHale, John Mayer, Jeff Ross, Dave Chappelle, Jimmy Kimmel, Howie Mandel and Kevin Nealon

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Dave Chappelle and Norman Lear

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Mercy for Animals Gala

James Cromwell and celebrity chefs Babette Davis and Joanne Molinaro were among those honored on September 16 at the Mercy For Animals 23rd Anniversary Gala at LA’s Skirball Cultural Center.

James Cromwell

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BlueCheck Ukraine fundraiser

Liev Schreiber’s humanitarian relief initiative BlueCheck Ukraine held a fundraiser Saturday at UTA Artist Space in Beverly Hills, raising more than $250,000. The Ukraine: Solidarity to Action event was hosted by UTA and INVNT GROUP and the funds will directly support local Ukrainian NGOs and grassroots organizations providing humanitarian assistance on the ground to civilians severely affected by the war in Russia.

UTA’s Jeremy Barber, Taylor Neisen, Liev Schreiber, UTA’s Blair Kohan and David Kohan

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UTA Co-Founder and Chairman Jim Berkus and UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer

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60th APA anniversary

The agency toasted the anniversary with an office cocktail and had more reasons to toast than just the milestone. APA has moved to new headquarters (10865 Santa Monica Blvd.), a three-story building that previously housed Warner Chappell. Foreground Center CEO Jim Gosnell and President Jim Osborne addressed more than 250 employees during the event, some of whom had flown in from offices in New York, Nashville, Toronto, Atlanta and London. Osborne took a minute to greet veteran agents who have been with the agency for more than 25 years, including Gosnell. He then addressed the crowd by calling out the 12 senior agents whom ICM Partners APA welcomed to the group, while also praising the next generation of young agents by dedicating the party to them. Gosnell reported that the theme of the bash was “60 Years Young,” which caused a roar from the workforce.

The APA employees celebrated the agency’s 60th anniversary and moved into new office space with a cocktail party in September.

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Grameen America’s “Raising Latina Voices”

Jennifer Lopez attended Grameen America’s “Raising Latina Voices” event Saturday to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month and celebrate her partnership between Limitless Labs and Grameen America. Lopez, along with Grameen America President and CEO Andrea Jung, addressed an audience of over 400 Latin American entrepreneurs.

Andrea Jung, President and CEO of Grameen America, and Jennifer Lopez

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Renée Fleming’s Singing Cities: Paris premiere

Renee Fleming and Kelsey Grammer co-hosted a New York premiere of Fleming’s new film on Sunday, along with guests Vanessa Williams, Anna Chlumsky, F. Murray Abraham, Geneva Carr and Carol Alt.

Vanessa Williams, Renee Fleming and Anna Chlumsky

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Oscar Peterson: Black and White special screening

Director Barry Avrich attended a special screening of Hulu’s docu-concert film in NYC on Monday, which also featured acclaimed jazz musicians Joe Sealey and Charles Turner.

Joe Sealy, Barry Avrich and Charles Turner

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Jug Champagne Party

Krug Champagne hosted a night of synesthesia Tuesday with Chloe Flower, Paul Rudd, Questlove, Karen Elson, Dev Hynes and Jeremy O. Harris as they gathered at the Brooklyn Museum to celebrate composer Ryuichi Sakamoto’s musical tribute to the Champagne house .

Paul Rudd

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WhatsApp x Giannis Antetokounmpo premiere

WhatsApp and Giannis Antetokounmpo premiered on TuesdayNaija Odyssey, a four-chapter short film that examines the importance of international connectivity through the lens of the Greek and Nigerian basketball prodigy. Attendees included Ari Lennox, Ego Nwodim, Zuri Reed, Beatrice Domond and Ghetto Gastro.

Giannis Antetokounmpo

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Willis Wonderland Foundation Night of Wonders

Wednesday saw the Inaugural Night of Wonders hosted by the Willis Wonderland Foundation, which supports the education and nurturing of songwriters and multimedia artists – particularly those in underserved communities – who will carry on the legacy of Hall of Famer songwriter Allee Willis. The event’s hosting committee included RuPaul, Lily Tomlin, Luenell, Paul Reubens and Jenifer Lewis.

Rose Abdoo, Christopher McDonald and Kate Flannery

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Lili Tomlin

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The Redeem Team special screening

Netflix hosted a special screening for the documentary, which follows the US men’s basketball team’s quest for gold at the 2008 Olympics, Thursday at Netflix’s Tudum Theater in Hollywood. EP’s Dwyane Wade and Frank Marshall were in attendance, along with director Jon Weinbach, Dwight Howard and Gabrielle Union.

Lisa Nishimura, Netflix vp of Independent Content Acquisition, Dwyane Wade, Ted Sarandos and Dwight Howard

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Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade

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Reasonable doubt premiere

The new Hulu series, produced by Kerry Washington and Larry Wilmore, premiered Thursday at NeueHouse Hollywood.

Sean Patrick Thomas, Michael Ealy, Tim Jo, Angela Grovey, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Thaddeus Mixson, McKinley Freeman and Aderinsola Olabode

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Larry Wilmore

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Music in Action Awards Gala

On Thursday, the Black Music Action Coalition hosted its second annual Music in Action Awards Gala at the Beverly Hilton to honor artists, leaders, corporations, entrepreneurs, activists and corporations who have used their platforms to bring about social change over the past year. The evening, hosted by Coco Jones and Kenny Burns, honored Lil Baby, Congressman Maxine Waters, Jon “Big Jon” Platt, Kevin Liles, Amazon Music and The Recording Academy.

Quincy Jones III and Lil Baby

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Kevin Liles and Anthony Anderson

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World of Wonders House of Love x extraordinary family event

Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Tom Campbell, RuPaul Charles, Ronan Farrow, Carson Kressley, Alec Mapa, Ross Mathews and Michelle Visage co-hosted World of Wonder’s House of Love x ExtraOrdinary Families event on Thursday in Los Angeles. The event, which benefited LA’s premier foster care and adoption agency for LGBTQ+ parents and children, included a silent auction, red carpet photos and drag queens galore.

Fenton Bailey, Ross Matthews, Michelle Visage and Carson Kressley

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