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On Monday night, Brit co-stars Clive Owen and Naomi Watts marked the release of their upcoming action flick,”The International,” by returning to the scene of the movie’s most action-packed sequence, The Guggenheim Museum.

Salman Rushdie, Poppy Delevigne and Amy Sacco were on hand at the mod institution for an after screening fete, which was sponsored by The Cinema Society and Angel by Thierry Mugler.

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In the film, Watts and Owen play a district attorney and an Interpol agent (respectively) who are determined to take down a corrupt bank.

And, at the party, Owen seemed equally as content with staying undercover. When asked if he enjoyed partying at the museum rather than shooting at it, the actor, holed up in a VIP booth, replied, “Definitely filming at it. I have a lot of fun when I’m working.”

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