NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Thursday, November 5, 2015, 8:20 PM
Actress Lea Michele was rocking an eye patch while filming “Scream Queens.”
AYE-AYE TO LEA’S EYE
Bronx native and former “Glee” star Lea Michele sports a studded eye patch while filming scenes for “Scream Queens” in New Orleans. Michele was on set in the Big Easy with actress Jamie Lee Curtis, who became a legendary scream queen in 1978 when she starred in the horror classic “Halloween.” It’s been a busy month for Michele, who appears on the November covers of Marie Claire and Women’s Health magazine.
LOVERS ARE SPIEL-BOUND
Actress Kate Capshaw celebrated her 62nd birthday at Da Silvano restaurant in the West Village on Tuesday. She was joined there by her husband of nearly 25 years, Steven Spielberg, whom she met while they were working together on the action packed 1984 flick “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” Capshaw and Spielberg looked like newlyweds as they walked hand-in-hand up Sixth Avenue.
NATHAN HELPS ‘PRODUCE’ TRIBUTE TO BRIAN
Nathan Lane will read a “love letter” to Brian Dennehy at Theatre Communication Group’s gala evening on Monday. The star of “The Producers” is slated to take the stage at next week’s Edison Ballroom gathering to lead an impressive collection of theater world elites in honoring Dennehy for his exceptional career on stage and screen. Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Ayad Akhtar, Obie Award-winning director Anne Bogart and MacArthur Fellowship recipient Sarah Ruhl are expected to attend.
“I want people to be more kind to young celebrities.”Justin Bieber to Billboard mag.
“You find the perfect person, and then you do everything you can to screw it up.” Burt Reynolds explaining relationships to Vanity Fair.
“HOUSEWIFE” FINDS PUPPY LOVE
“Real Housewife” Carole Radziwill stops by Purina’s Better With Pets Summit at the Brooklyn Expo Center to check out the adorable pups. The daylong event, hosted by comedian Josh Gondelman, featured panel discussions on the love between pets and their humans.
MORE THAN A RUMER
Rumer Willis made her New York cabaret debut with “nonsexual life partner” Tye Blue at Feinstein’s/54 Below on Wednesday — with mom Demi Moore and dad Bruce Willis in the crowd. Fresh from her Broadway run in “Chicago,” the 27-year-old tweaked a lyric in “Class,” a saucy Kander and Ebb song in the show about the sorry state of the world. “Nobody’s got no class,” she belted. “All you read about today is Donald Trump.” It got a rise from the audience, which also included Donna Karan.
SEEN AND HEARD
Bleecker Street Films hosting a Manhattan Moonshine fueled after party for “Trumbo” at Villagio on the Park for Helen Mirren, Bryan Cranston, Louis CK, and Diane Lane, “Murdered By the Mob” dinner theater actor Tommy Bayiokos playing a Russian general in CBS’ “Madam Secretary.”
WHAT’S THE DEAL WITH THIS PIC?
Jerry Seinfeld performed at the David Lynch Foundation Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall.
Comic mastermind Jerry Seinfeld pulls out all the stops at the David Lynch Foundation Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday. The brainy funnyman will be back in New York on Nov. 16 to perform at the Beacon Theater. Fans who can’t wait that long can take a drive to Baltimore, where he’s slated to perform a pair of Friday night shows at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.
LEAH’S LAWYER SWEATS
Everybody seems to be loving Leah Remini’s dishy revelations about Scientology in her new book “Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology.” Everyone, that is, expect her attorney. A Co[email protected] spy at a question-and-answer session at Barnes & Noble told us the counsel for Remini looked a little uneasy — perhaps since the church is notoriously litigious. “Remini’s lawyer was there and when she was answering some audience questions, she started laughing, looking at her lawyer’s face,” said our source.
RIDLEY SCOTT IS FINALLY A STAR
Director Ridley Scott poses with Russell Crowe and Kristen Wiig on his star after it was unveiled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Director Ridley Scott had an out of this world experience on Thursday when a star bearing his name was added to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Among the A-listers who came out to support the genre hopping 77-year-old were Kristen Wiig, who’s in his latest film “The Martian” and Russell Crowe, who has teamed up with Scott in “Gladiator,”” American Gangster,” “Robin Hood,” “Body of Lies” and “A Good Year.” Scott dedicated the honor to his filmmaking brother Tony, who died in Aug. 2012.
Karlie Kloss rocks a pink Prada dress at the Wall Street Journal Innovator of the Year Awards in Midtown.
Karlie Kloss attended the Wall Street Journal Innovator of the Year Awards.
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Model Martha Hunt at MoMA.
Victoria’s Secret Angel Martha Hunt fits in with the modern art collection at MoMA.