Photos By: Billy Farrell / Patrick McMullen Company

Micky And Donna Dolenz

Jerry O'Connell

Christine Lahti

Beyonce With Andrew Saffir

BEYONCE has been everywhere of late, LETTERMAN, THE VIEW, REGIS, THE TODAY SHOW, CNN ... all in support of her forthcoming world tour, which kicked off in Europe this weekend, and her new movie OBSESSED, starring alongside JERRY O'CONNELL, ALI LARTER, CHRISTINE LAHTI, and, IDRIS ELBA. Call it a FATAL ATTRACTION for the new millennium, it features Elba as a money manager who starts to have a stalker in the form of temp-worker Larter ... perhaps best known for her three seasons of work on NBC's HEROES. Slowly but surely, everything he's worked so hard for, including Miss Knowles, is put in danger. Directed by Steve Shill, its sure to have a big opening weekend ... then move swiftly to DVD. Thursday night, at the School of Visual Arts on 23rd street, ANDREW SAFFIR's CINEMA SOCIETY held the Tribeca-bow of the film and it was attended by most of the cast, as well as KIM KARDASHIAN; DICK CAVETT; MICKY DOLENZ; KELLY BENSIMON; RUSSELL SIMMONS; TINSLEY MORTIMER; ANTHONY ANDERSON; Broadway's CHEYENNE JACKSON; CHRISTIAN SIRIANO; MAGGIE RIZER; UGLY BETTY's MARK INDELICATO; S. EPATHA MERKERSON; and, NIGEL BARKER. The after-part at the fabulous Bowery Hotel on 3rd and Bowery was terrific as well. BOBBY-producer EDWARD BASS, flanked by his partner CHRISTOPHER BEATTY and PR-man, DAVID SALIDOR, told of us his just-underway movie BELLE, based on America's #1 female serial killer. "It's not a who-done-it ... but, a why-done-it." Bass also plans to make this production his first directorial effort as well. We spoke briefly to Dolenz as well, who had been to the Woody Allen-movie the Wednesday night and sang its praises. Dolenz, who is part of the ongoing TEEN IDOLS tour, with Peter Noone and Mark Lindsay, is back in our area May 8th at the Northfolk Theatre in Westbury, Long Island. The Cinema Society is the brainchild of ANDREW SAFFIR and tonight's production was superb, in association with MCM. Thanks Andrew!


I went to see this movie because I like all the main actors in it. However, there was no twist or anything unique about it and it went exactly as any other movie with this common theme. Could have been a tv movie.
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