‘Maggie’ Premieres In Tribeca: Schwarzenegger, Selfies, And Disco Tunes

by Zachary Weiss

It’s probably a pretty good party when even the celebs in attendance are snapping selfies. That’s exactly what Arnold Schwarzenegger did last night avec Tribeca Film Festival honcho Robert DeNiro at The Cinema Society’s premiere of Maggie. The film stars Schwarzenegger, along with TV starlet Joely Richardson, whose latest stab at film appears to have been a huge success.

The celebration carried on to Gabby Karan de Felice‘s Tribeca outpost of Tutto il Giorno, where the film’s cast was joined by the likes of Cuba Gooding Jr., Lindsay Ellingson, Carol Alt, and Alexei Yashin, and of course de Felice herself, who confessed she was loving the evening’s disco tunes at the Italian eatery. Oddly enough, the soundtrack was chosen by Sopranos star Vincent Pastore. “He’s been playing Donna Summer all night,” de Felice said, glancing at Pastore, who had his arm draped over her shoulder, “and I’m not opposed to it at all!”

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