Foxcatcher’s Brotherhood

A starry crowd attended the film’s New York premiere.

Channing Tatum

On Tuesday evening, New York’s Modern Museum of Art rolled out the red carpet for a special screening of Foxcatcher, which won the Palme d’Or prize, the highest honor at the Cannes Film Festival, this year. Riding that high, director Bennett Miller jokingly introduced his A-List cast: “Original Breakfast Club Card Holder, Anthony Michael Hall; a newcomer who has done some theater, Vanessa Redgrave; dancer-turn-actor, Channing Tatum; and Steve Carell.” Mark Ruffalo, who plays Olympic wrestler David Schultz, was not present, but Tatum who plays Schultz’s younger brother and fellow Olympic wrestler Mark, gave him some props. “Mark Ruffalo will forever be my older brother, whether he likes it or not,” he said, with a laugh. “I couldn’t have done it without him.”

The delightfully dark, character-driven biopic was the main topic of conversation at the Brook Brothers- and Patron-sponsored after-party, held at the Top of the Standard. Guests like Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, Valentino Garavani, and Sheryl Crow sipped tequila as they excitedly gossiped about the upcoming awards season—listing Foxcatcher as a favorite alongside Gone Girl, Whiplash, and The Imitation Game.

Photos: Foxcatcher’s Brotherhood

Channing Tatum. © Patrick McMullan

Steve Carell, Bennett Miller, and Anthony Michael Hall. © Patrick McMullan

Valentino Garavani. © Patrick McMullan

Nick Jones and Colin Firth. © Patrick McMullan

Sheryl Crow. © Patrick McMullan

John Barrett and Vanessa Redgrave. © Patrick McMullan

Josh Lucas. © Patrick McMullan

Patrick Wilson and Dagmara Dominczyk. © Patrick McMullan

Haley Joel Osment. © Patrick McMullan

Jessica Joffe, Zac Posen, and Lola Kirke. © Patrick McMullan

John Corbett and Bo Derek. © Patrick McMullan

Rose Dergan and Will Cotton. © Patrick McMullan