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Ladies Extravaganza at 'The Women' Hollywood Premiere

September 5, 2008 (8:47 am) GMT
The first screening event of drama comedy about Manhattan socialites, 'The Women', has become ladies affairs.

Picturehouse Entertainment have thrown a premiere for their latest comedy movie, "", at Mann Village Theater, Los Angeles on Wednesday, September 4. Like the movie which is flooded with amazing all-girl cast ensemble, the special event was dominated with women from director/writer Diane English to "American Pie" actress .

The red carpet event was attended by most of A-listers who star in the remake film, including , , , , , , Cloris Leachman and . Aside from those actresses, "All About Eve" actress Celeste Holm and "" villain were also seen strolling down the red carpet.

Though the event seemed to be a ladies night, it doesn't mean that men were out from the picture for the night. Joining the celebration with their wives were two Hollywood big names, Warren Beatty and .

A modern adaptation of Clare Boothe Luce's 1936 play, "Women" is a reboot of the 1939 George Cukor-directed film of the same name. It tells the story of clothing designer Mary Haines who seems to be living a perfect life in her friends' eyes. But, when her friends find out that Mary's husband is cheating on her, their close-knit friendship is put to the ultimate test. It is due to be released on September 12.



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