‘The Hangover 2’: New York movie premiere gets the boys out to play

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In the spirit of brotherhood and day-after solidarity, a host of men showed up in New York City for the Cinema Society’s premiere screening of ‘The Hangover 2.’

Cast members Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and director Todd Phillips turned up on the rooftop of NYC’s Standard Hotel, attracting a bunch of like-minded dudes to catch the comedy, then party.

Patrick Wilson, James Van Der Beek, Zachary Quinto, Crispin Glover, Russell Simmons, Calvin Klein with boyfriend Nick Gruber, actor-turned-director Dermot Mulroney, Zach Braff and designer Jason Wu came for the Bing-sponsored romp. (Click the photo of Bradley Cooper to launch a gallery of arrivals).

Ladies were well-accounted for, too, in the form of actresses Shenae Grimes and Gina Gershon, models Selita Ebanks, Alessandra Ambrosio and Hilary Rhoda as well as singer Ciara.

New York types like stylist and designer Patricia Field and fellow fashion guru Rachel Roy were accounted for, as was Ivanka Trump, ice skater Johnny Weir and ’30 Rock’ funnyman Scott Adsit.



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