Stars abound at 'Lucky Guy' after-party
It was celeb central at the after-party for Broadway's "Lucky Guy" on Monday night at midtown's Gotham Hall.
Stars, writers and directors converged to celebrate the opening of the late Nora Ephron's love letter to tabloid journalism, about late columnist Mike McAlary, starring Tom Hanks and directed by George C. Wolfe.
The show, which marks Oscar winner Hanks' Broadway debut, premiered Monday night at the Broadhurst Theatre.
Director Spike Lee, in a jaunty black cap, warmly embraced actor Bobby Cannavale, as Larry David, looking very ungrouchy, surveyed the glittering room and a dashing Sting posed for pictures with his wife, Trudie Styler. Other boldface names who paid homage to the affectionate production included Meg Ryan -- who co-starred with Hanks in Ephron's "Sleepless in Seattle" and "You've Got Mail" -- Hanks' wife, Rita Wilson, and son, Colin Hanks, John McEnroe, Barbara Walters, Gayle King, Martin Short and former police commissioner Bill Bratton.