Events of the Week: ‘Dune: Part Two,’ ‘The Regime’ and More

Here’s a roundup of the latest major premieres, bashes, and events in Los Angeles and New York, featuring happenings for “Dune: Part Two,” “The Regime,” and “Spaceman”.

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Hollywood A-listers like Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, and Josh Brolin hit the red carpet in New York for the “Dune: Part Two” premiere this past Sunday.

Meanwhile, Netflix rolled out a special screening of “Spaceman” on Monday, starring Adam Sandler and Carey Mulligan.

The stars of the new HBO series gathered in New York on Monday, with Kate Winslet leading the pack.

Writer-director Julio Torres debuted his A24 film in NYC alongside Tilda Swinton and producer Emma Stone on Tuesday.

On Wednesday in L.A., Theo James, Kaya Scodelario, and Daniel Ings attended a preview screening of their new Netflix series.

Thursday saw Lionsgate and Blumhouse celebrate their horror film in L.A. with star DeWanda Wise and writer-director Jeff Wadlow.

Also on Thursday, the third season of the STARZ series kicked off with a star-studded event in Los Angeles.

The Kodak Film Awards honored Killer Films, Ava DuVernay, and other industry luminaries on Feb. 23 in an NYC ceremony.

On Saturday, People hosted the post-SAG Awards gala with guests like Barbra Streisand and the cast of “Ted Lasso” in attendance.

REACH LA recognized Janney Marín “Chiquis” Rivera and choreographer JaQuel Knight for their contributions to the LGBTQIA+ community at an event on Saturday.

Celebrities like Glenn Howerton and Adina Porter attended the Spirit Awards afterparty on Sunday in L.A.

Throughout the week, events featuring The Kid LAROI, Emma Corrin, and Josh Radnor drew crowds in NYC and L.A.

Designers Billy Cotton and Anastasia Soare also hosted exclusive events in NYC and Beverly Hills.


Thursday night saw live podcast recording with SmartLess Media at the El Rey Theatre, while the Filming Italy L.A. festival closed with a tribute to Franco Nero by Dolph Lundgren.

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