The dress formula for a Radio City Music Hall premiere of Darren Aronofsky’s new film, “Mother!” was “funeral attire,” and instead of an after-party, there was a “wake” combined by a executive and his prolongation engineer Philip Messina during Flash Factory.
A hearse was parked outward surrounded by rose petals and guest got an “ash stamp” on their foreheads for admittance.
At a screening for 4,000, “the whole assembly was deeply engaged,” a view said, “laughing, jumping, screaming and crying. At a end, an band array rose adult and Patti Smith performed.”
The punk poetess played a film’s shutting tune, “The End of a World,” as good as “Because a Night.” She dedicated her strike to Jennifer Lawrence and “chosen one” Aronofsky, changing a lyrics to “because a night belongs to ‘Mother!’ ” On a red carpet, Matthew Rhys took his shirt off to barter his tip with a pal. Also during a screening was Lawrence’s crony Emma Stone, who came out to support a star.