The lovely Julie Delpy ("Before Sunrise," "Before Sunset") and the always hilarious Chris Rock turned up for the premiere Wednesday of their new film, "2 Days In New York," co-written and directed by Delpy herself.
The two play a quirky couple, Mingus and Marion, coping with the visit of Marion's French family, in town to meet Mingus.
Think a kind of "Meet the Parents" with a French twist.
The film was well-received at Sundance, and afterwards HuffPost caught up with the actors during the Tribeca Film Festival in April, where Rock talked about his excitement to star in the film:
I mean, I wanted to do the movie because it's a real character. Finally somebody is giving me a script that's not written in stand-up timing -- all that stuff. I knew the character. I knew him well. I mean, it's kind of a cross between Nelson George and Elvis Mitchell. And I've been on Elvis' radio show a few times. So, I knew it. I knew this character well.
"Girls'" Zosia Mamet and Alex Karpovsky attended the screening hosted by The Cinema Society, as well as Tyra Banks, Rev. Al Sharpton, and Aaron Carter.
For photos of the screening and party, click below: