The Cast Of ‘Clueless’ Reunited In LA Last Night


A few days ago I heard that the Film Independent’s Los Angeles Film Festival would be hosting a screening of the 1995 film Clueless at LA Live in downtown LA … which would feature appearances by some of the film’s stars. Because Clueless is one of my all-time favorite films (along with Empire Records and The Craft), I knew that I had to attend this screening. Eileen and I made our way downtown in time to see Clueless stars Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash and Elisa Donovan introduce the movie alongside director Amy Heckerling. I can’t even tell you how much fun the screening was for Eileen and me. Not only did we get to see Clueless in an open air setting but we got to enjoy the movie with the film’s stars and a huge group of Clueless fans. So fun!! The gallery above features professional photos shot at the event and you can see my personal photos below.

Altho it was a bit cooler than usual, the weather last night couldn’t be more perfect for watching a movie under the stars. The Q&A/intro thing at the start of the event could’ve been better. The moderator didn’t really ask great questions but, still, it was really fun to see the Clueless actresses in person (sadly, none of the male stars attended). I love Clueless so much, I’m so glad I got to attend the screening last night. After the movie, Eileen and I had dinner at Bottega Louie and then we hung out with Ollie for a bit at Ham & Eggs Tavern. ‘Twas a superfun night, indeed.

Tonight, I’m hoping to meet up with my friend Edward for dinner and then I have tix to see The Pains of Being Pure at Heart at the Troubadour later tonight. I hope you have a great Wednesday! Happy Hump!

[Photo credit: Wireimage]

  • LaurenL

    OKAY!!!! Alicia Silverstone WINS! She looks the exact same!!! Almost twenty years later. I’m so impressed :)

  • Veronica

    So sad to not see Brittany Murphy in these pictures :(

    • @Veronica — I know :( She was mentioned and homage was paid yesterday. She is definitely missed.

    • LaurenL

      Totally thought the same thing. Glad they paid homage.