Great portion of spotlights highlighted the screening for comedy drama "Margot at the Wedding" on Sunday night (Oct 7) at the Frederick P. Rose Hall as the movie's two female leads Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Jason Leigh made their way together to attend the occasion, part of this year's New York Film Festival.
Kidman, as usual, looked elegantly beautiful in a crystal-encrusted ivory gown upon her arrival at the scene with husband Keith Urban, who was clad in striped gray suit. The actress previously came to the city's Lincoln Center to take part at the 40th Anniversary Gala of New Line Cinema, which produced her upcoming vehicle "The Golden Compass."
Leigh, in the meantime, chose simple black dress for the event, hitting the spot alongside the flick's director, Noah Baumbach, to whom she has been marrying since September 3, 2005. Also present were co-stars Flora Cross, Halley Feiffer, and Zane Pais, who plays Margot's adolescent son, Claude.
Slated for a limited release on November 16, 2007 under Paramount Classic banner, "Margot" follows the titular character, a successful but neurotic short-story writer portrayed by Kidman, as she visits her free-spirited sister Pauline on the eve of her wedding to her fiance. It originally was titled "Nicole at the Beach" but later got changed to avoid confusion when Kidman joined in.