It was family night at the movies Tuesday when Warner Bros. premiered its Billy Crystal-Robin Williams comedy “Fathers’ Day.”
Preemgoers ranging from the two thesps and their co-star Natassja Kinski to helmer Ivan Reitman and studio toppers Bob Daly and Terry Semel brought wives, children, even parents. The evening began with a screening at the Mann’s Chinese. CAA’s Richard Lovett managed to get a few words with Crystal before the house lights blinked on and off, urging schmoozers to take their seats.
Afterward, guests hustled to West Hollywood’s Mondrian, where Coco Pazzo served up a delicious buffet of grilled veggies, pasta, salmon and more.
Making the rounds were producer Joel Silver, WB’s Lorenzo Di Bonaventura and Tom Lassally, and writers Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel. Also spotted were MCA’s Ron Meyer, Cindy Crawford, and David Paymer.