Bel Powley stars in ‘very feminist’ horror film
“In today’s society, you must understand these things.” Liv Tyler made a rare New York appearance on Sunday night.
Tyler, who now lives in London with her boyfriend and their two kids, closed down the Cinema Society party for her new film, IFC Midnight thriller “Wildling,” at Serge Becker’s new downtown hot spot Alley Cat Amateur Theatre.
Tyler and co-star Bel Powley — who joined the party from the Broadway stage of “Lobby Hero” — have been getting rave reviews for their roles in Fritz Böhm’s scary feature, which features a prescient female empowerment message.
Also at the bash: producer Celine Rattray, Helena Christensen, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Gina Gershon, Candace Bushnell and Nicole Miller.