Here’s a look at this week’s biggest premieres, parties and openings in Los Angeles and New York, including red carpets for Ghosted, Barry, White House Plumbers and a roundup of Coachella highlights.

Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret premiere

Stars Rachel McAdams and Abby Ryder Fortson walked the carpet alongside Judy Blume and writer-director Kelly Fremon Craig at the film’s L.A. premiere on Saturday.

Abby Ryder Fortson, Judy Blume and Rachel McAdams

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Amy Brooks, Julie Ansell, Judy Blume, Kelly Fremon Craig, James L. Brooks, Abby Ryder Fortson and Rachel McAdams

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Barry premiere

Bill Hader unveiled the fourth and final season of his HBO series on Sunday in L.A., joined by costars Henry Winkler, Anthony Carrigan, Sarah Goldberg and Stephen Root.

Henry Winkler and Bill Hader

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Stephen Root, Michael Irby, Robert Wisdom, Bill Hader, HBO’s Amy Gravitt, Anthony Carrigan, Sarah Goldberg and Henry Winkler

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White House Plumbers premiere

HBO premiered its new series, starring Justin Theroux, Woody Harrelson and Lena Headey, in NYC on Monday.

Alex Gregory, Peter Huyck, Woody Harrelson, Lena Headey, Justin Theroux, David Mandel and Kathleen McCaffrey

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Justin Theroux and Woody Harrelson

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Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant premiere

Jake Gyllenhaal and Dar Salim debuted their STX film in Los Angeles on Monday, where Gyllenhaal received support from godmother Jamie Lee Curtis.

Jake Gyllenhaal and Dar Salim

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Jake Gyllenhaal and Jamie Lee Curtis

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Somewhere in Queens special screening

Ray Romano, who wrote, directed and stars in Somewhere in Queens, attended a special screening in NYC on Monday with costars Laurie Metcalf, Jacob Ward, Sadie Stanley and Jennifer Esposito.

Laurie Metcalf, Jacob Ward, Ray Romano and Sadie Stanley

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Ghosted premiere

Chris Evans and Ana de Armas premiered their Apple TV+ action rom-com in New York on Tuesday with director Dexter Fletcher and costars Amy Sedaris, Mike Moh, Tate Donovan and Lizzie Broadway. Hugh Jackman also came out to support.

Mustafa Shakir, Mike Moh, Lizze Broadway, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Dexter Fletcher, Dalia Ibelhauptaitė, Amy Sedaris and Tate Donovan

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Deborra-Lee Furness and Hugh Jackman

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The Diplomat premiere

On Tuesday, the cast of the Netflix political drama series celebrated the NYC premiere, with stars Keri Russell, Rufus Sewell, David Gyasi, Ali Ahn, Ato Essandoh, Nana Mensah, showrunner Debora Cahn and executive producer Janice Williams.

Sahar Vahedi, Jinny Howe, Janice Williams, Ali Ahn, David Gyasi, Keri Russell, Rufus Sewell, Ato Essandoh, Nana Mensah, Debora Cahn, Peter Friedlander and Tara Flynn

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Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell

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Jane premiere

Dr. Jane Goodall premiered the new Apple TV+ series inspired by her work at the California Science Center on April 14.

J.J. Johnson, Leona Lewis, Jane Goodall and Diane Warren

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NYLON House returned to the desert on April 14 to kick off the first day of Coachella, featuring a headlining set with Alesso, sponsored by Patrón, as well as a set with Carlita who was joined by Diplo later in the show. Teyana Taylor, Alessandra Ambrosio, Jaden Smith, Bella Thorne, Amber Rose, Yara Shahidi, Madison Bailey and Austin North were among those in attendance.

Jaden Smith and Yara Shahidi

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Carlita and Diplo

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Heineken House

Stars who attended the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, like Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania actress Kathryn Newton and Nope actor Brandon Perea, stopped by the Heineken House on April 14, produced by CMG, Corso Marketing Group, within the festival grounds to sip on Heineken Silver and check out performances from Method Man and Redman, as well as Anderson .Paak aka DJ Pee .Wee. — Tiffany Taylor

Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton

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Brandon Perera

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The MOCA Gala held its annual fundraising event on Saturday, in celebration of the opening of Carl Craig: Party/After-Party at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA and the final weeks of the critically-acclaimed exhibition Henry Taylor: B Side at MOCA Grand Avenue. Keanu Reeves, Jodi Foster, Alex Winter, Samara Joy and Lisa Edelstein were among those in attendance.

Alexandra Grant and Keanu Reeves

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Alexandra Hedison, Jodie Foster, MOCA Board Chair Maria Seferian, The Maurice Marciano Director at MOCA Johanna Burton and president of MOCA Board of Trustees Carolyn Clark Powers

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Breakthrough Prize

Dubbed “the Oscars of Science,” the Breakthrough Prize Ceremony welcomed a star-studded guest list including James Corden, Christina Aguilera, Kristen Bell, Damien Chazelle, Lily Collins, Danny DeVito, Vin Diesel, Robert Downey Jr., David Foster, Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, Brie Larson, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Edward Norton, Leslie Odom Jr., Alex Pall, Chris Pine, Jeremy Strong and Chloé Zhao to the L.A. event on Saturday.

Gal Gadot

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Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

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Jeremy Strong

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Alzheimer’s Association Purple Spring Gala

The Alzheimer’s Association California Southland Chapter benefit gala took place on Saturday night at the Skirball Cultural Center, raising over $550,500. The evening featured performances by Seal and honorary chair Mikkel Eriksen, The Tony Guerrero Band, Billy Valentine, Elijah Fox and Rayvon Owen, and was emceed by Kate Flannery.

Angela Kinsey, Betsy Brandt and Kate Flannery

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Interscope Records Coachella Party

Camila Cabello, Alyah Chanelle Scott, Benny Blanco, GloRilla, Iris Apatow, Kathryn Newton, Kenya Barris, Reneé Rapp and Yo Gotti were among those who attended Interscope’s annual Coachella celebration on Saturday.

Camila Cabello and friends

Steven Blanco

Alyah Chanelle Scott and Renee Rapp

Christopher Polk

Kenya Barris

Christopher Polk


ZOEasis returned for its seventh year at Coachella on Saturday, hosting a midday desert oasis celebration focused on individuality, style, beauty and wellness with DJ Pamela Tick and stars Rachel Zoe, Alessandra Ambrosio, Camila Morrone, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez and Thuso Mbedu.

Rachel Zoe and Camila Morrone

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Thuso Mbedu

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Lucky Brand Desert Mirage

Lucky Brand returned to the desert on Saturday to throw a pool party that helped attendees get festival-ready. Stars like Victoria Justice, Marsai Martin and Paris Jackson joined festivalgoers as they sipped on cocktails, perused racks of Lucky Brand clothes and actually took a dip in the pool, a rare sight at the star-studded desert soirees. — Tiffany Taylor

Marsai Martin

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Paris Jackson

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Revolve Festival

Daisy Jones & The Six stars Suki Waterhouse and Camila Morrone danced in the VIP area to performances from hot music acts like Ice Spice and Don Toliver, while influencers snapped photos in front of art installations across the desert property. Other attendees to the Saturday and Sunday fest included Emma Roberts, Storm Reid, Saweetie, Evan Mock and Teyana Taylor, as well as Kendall Jenner and Shay Mitchell, whose respective alcohol brands, 818 Tequila and Onda Tequila Seltzer, were both served to guests. — Tiffany Taylor

Suki Waterhouse

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Storm Reid

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Neon Carnival

Leonardo DiCaprio, Lil Nas X, Janelle Monae, Camila Cabello, Metro Boomin, Lil Baby, Future, Teyana Taylor, Shay Mitchell, Anderson Paak, Nina Dobrev, Shaun White, Austin North, Alicia Boe, Lele Pons, Rachel Zoe, Renee Rapp, Yara Shahidi and Olivia Culpo took part in the Coachella celebrations on Saturday night at The Levi’s Brand Presents Neon Carnival with Tequila Don Julio. 

Janelle Monáe

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Austin North

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Slip FYC event

Zoe Lister-Jones attended a special screening and Q&A with Hacks‘ Lucia Aniello in support of her Roku comedy series on Saturday in L.A.

Zoe Lister-Jones and Lucia Aniello

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Chevalier special screening

Searchlight hosted a special screening of its new film with stars Kelvin Harrison Jr., Samara Weaving, Lucy Boynton, Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo, Alex Fitzalan and Minnie Driver on Sunday in L.A.

Minnie Driver, Samara Weaving, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Lucy Boynton and Ronke Adekoluejo

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Weird: The Al Yankovic Story FYC event

Al Yankovic and director Eric Appel attended a special L.A. screening and Q&A for their film on Sunday.

“Weird Al” Yankovic and Eric Appel

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Judy Blume Forever special screening

Just a few days after premiering Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, Judy Blume made another appearance, this time in support of her upcoming Prime Video documentary Judy Blume Forever. She sat down for a Q&A in L.A. on Monday with filmmakers Davina Pardo and Leah Wolchok.

Davina Pardo, Annabelle Chang, Judy Blume and Leah Wolchok

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GLAAD And UTA Not Looking screening

GLAAD and UTA held a private LA screening on Monday of Not Looking, a series in development by Delius Doherty, Jonathan Burke, and Ahmad Maksoud that features three gay best friends living in New York City as they make a pact to stay single for an entire year. The event was hosted by GLAAD’s Communities of Color director DaShawn Usher and associate director Julian J. Walker.

Julian Walker, Delius Doherty, Ahmad Maksoud, Jonathan Burke and DaShawn Usher

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Dear Mama premiere

FX hosted the premiere for Dear Mama, its five-part docuseries exploring the relationship between Afeni and Tupac Shakur, in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

Jimmy Iovine, Snoop Dogg and Allen Hughes

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Carmen screening

Benjamin Millepied screened his feature directorial debut in New York on Tuesday with star Melissa Barrera, writer Alexander Dinelaris, Nicholas Britell (score and original songs) and Taura Stinson (original songs) and Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard.

Benjamin Millepied and Melissa Barrera

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AMC Networks 2023 Upfront

AMC Networks hosted its 2023 Upfront in New York City on Tuesday with its execs and stars of hit shows and upcoming series including Danai Gurira and Andrew Lincoln (untitled Walking Dead spinoff), Norman Reedus and Clémence Poésy (The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon), Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead: Dead City), Jane Seymour (Harry Wild), Giancarlo Esposito, Skeet Ulrich and Bradley Whitford (Parish), Mireille Enos (Lucky Hank), Eric Bogosian (Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire), Harry Hamlin and Tongayi Chirisa (Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches), Hilarie Burton Morgan (True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here), Krysten Ritter (Orphan Black: Echoes), Clive Owen (Monsieur Spade) and Zahn McClarnon and Kiowa Gordon (Dark Winds).

Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Norman Reedus, president of entertainment and AMC Studios Dan McDermott, Lauran Cohan, Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gurira and executive vp of AMC Studios Ben Davis

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Zahn McClarnon, Harry Hamlin, president of entertainment and AMC Studios Dan McDermott, Jane Seymour, Giancarlo Esposito, Krysten Ritter,  AMC Networks CEO Kristin Dolan, Mireille Enos and  AMC Networks chief commercial officer Kim Kelleher

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The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip screening

Peacock celebrated the upcoming season finale of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season three with a spa-themed screening event in NYC at The Crosby Hotel on Tuesday, with a special appearance by Porsha Williams.

Porsha Williams

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The Power of TV: Representing Climate Change on Screenpanel

On Tuesday, the Television Academy Foundation presented the panel discussion “The Power of TV: Representing Climate Change on Screen” where leading television storytellers and environmental experts discussed ways in which media storytellers can raise public consciousness on the issue of climate change through storylines. Panelists included Extrapolations creator Scott Z. Burns and Mixed-ish co-creator Peter Saji.

Rosanna Xia, Anna Jane Joyner, Meredith Milton, Peter Saji and Scott Z. Burns

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Good American “Every Body” conversation

Good American co-founders Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede were joined by Ashley Graham on Tuesday for their “Every Body” panel, a conversation on diversity, inclusion and the importance of representation in the fashion industry at Soho House in West Hollywood. 

Emma Grede, Ashley Graham and Khloé Kardashian

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Lisa Rinna x Paper Magazine pop-up

On Tuesday, Paper Magazine celebrated Lisa Rinna’s rise in the fashion industry with the opening of a pop-up exhibition at The West Hollywood EDITION featuring images of the reality star taken by fine art photographer Kate Biel. Guests included Raven-Symone, Dorit Kemsley, Hunter Doohan, Danyul Brown, B. Åkerlund and Amelia Gray Hamlin.

Raven-Symone, Miranda May and Lisa Rinna

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Star Trek: Picard FYC event

On Wednesday, Paramount+ and CBS Studios hosted a For Your Consideration IMAX screening, Q&A, post reception and red carpet for the finale of Star Trek: Picard at the AMC The Grove 14.

Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Jeri Ryan, Gates McFadden, Patrick Stewart, Alex Kurtzman, Jonathan Frakes, Terry Matalas and Michael Dorn

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King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch pre-premiere party

Jimmy Kimmel and Brent Montgomery’s Wheelhouse hosted the pre-premiere party for Netflix’s new series King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch on Thursday, which follows Ken Goldin and his team at Goldin Auctions as they hunt for rare collectibles. Kimmel, Andy Richter, Alexis Ohanian, David Dobrik and Brandon Thomas Lee attended the event.

Brent Montgomery, Jimmy Kimmel and Ken Goldin

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Dance Theatre of Harlem Vision Gala

Dance Theatre of Harlem honored founding member and outgoing artistic director Virginia Johnson with the Arthur Mitchell Vision Award and former DTH board chair Reginald Van Lee with the Virtuoso Award at the annual Vision Gala on Thursday. The evening also commemorated Gil Shiva, posthumously, with the Chairman’s Award. Chelsea Clinton served as the honorary Gala Chair, with Phylicia Rashad, Carla Hall and Sunny Hostin among the guests.

Chelsea Clinton and Virginia Johnson

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The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation NYC event

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation hosted its inaugural New York event on Thursday, honoring Jeff Gennette, chairman and CEO of Macy’s, Inc., and long-term ambassador for The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, fashion designer Zac Posen. Actor L Morgan Lee presented the honorees with The Elizabeth Taylor Legacy Award.

Jeff Gennette, L Morgan Lee and Zac Posen

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LA Family Housing Awards

RHOBH’s Crystal Minkoff, RHOOC and RHOBH‘s Taylor Armstrong and her husband John Bluher, Selling Sunset’s Mary Fitzgerald, Selling OC’s Alex Hall, Eva LaRue and The Bachelorette’s Gabby Windey were among the celebs at the LAFH Awards on Thursday in West Hollywood. The event was hosted by Jacques Slade and honored national poverty advocate David Ambroz and legacy supporter Alan Sieroty and his family.

Crystal Minkoff and Mary Fitzgerald

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Coachtopia launch

Coach celebrated the launch of Coachtopia, a new sub-brand focused on circular craft and collaborative creativity, with an intimate dinner in New York City on Thursday with guests Paloma Elsesser, Hari Nef, Lola Tung, Bailey Bass and Maya Allen.

Lola Tung and Bailey Bass

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Sundae School Runway Show

Sundae School, the craft cannabis and smokewear brand, staged its first-ever runway show at The House of Cannabis on Thursday to commemorate New York’s first legal 4/20. The show, entitled “Let There Be Light,” was attended by Chase Sui Wonders, Ella Emhoff, Thug Min, Celeste Yim and Willa Bennett.

Chase Sui Wonders

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Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai Spring Luncheon

The Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai Spring Luncheon benefit took place on Thursday in Beverly Hills, where Ann Philbin, director of the Hammer Museum at UCLA, presented Wallis Annenberg with the Humanitarian Award for her decades-long philanthropic work with the Annenberg Foundation. The event also featured a spring fashion show presented by Catherine Bloom and Neiman Marcus. 

Wallis Annenberg and Ann Philbin

Vince Bucci

Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace pop-up

On Thursday, Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace returned for a second pop-up at The Hollywood Palladium to pay homage to its original Los Angeles legacy, with the first of a series of skate and dance parties presented by Flipper’s partner Usher. Tyga, Tiffany Haddish, Saweetie and Floyd Mayweather were among the attendees.

Usher and Tiffany Haddish

Bellamy Brewster

Liberty Ross and Jimmy Iovine

Benjamin Askinas

The Daily Cannon launch party

Nick Cannon and Amp, the live radio app from Amazon, celebrated the upcoming launch of The Daily Cannon morning show, hosted by Cannon, at a private event at Mel’s Drive-In in West Hollywood. 

Co-host Courtney Bee, Nick Cannon, co-host Abby De La Rosa and co-host Mason Moussette

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