On Monday the Cinema Society and Mulberry hosted the premiere of “Then She Found Me,” a dramedy that stars Helen Hunt (who also co-wrote, directed and produced the flick), Bette Midler, Colin Firth and Matthew Broderick. As he has many times before, Firth plays the dashing romantic interest opposite the film’s leading lady (in this case, Hunt). “I’ve also been murdering young girls and doing drugs,” the actor said of some of the lesser-known roles he’s played. “It’s just that nobody’s noticed.”
The after party – held at Nobu 57 – drew an eclectic crowd of revelers, including Gloria Steinem, Matthew Perry and Mike Meyers.
For environmentalist Midler, the fact the party was held on the eve of Earth Day did not deter her. “No way [I’m going home early],” the actress declared, “I’m going straight from the party to planting trees.”