AS THE WORLD TURNS, HOLLYWOOD parties. All the days of their lives. It’s a wonder they don’t end up in General Hospital.
At the L.A. premiere of Soapdish, the soap opera send-up starring Sally Field, Whoopi Goldberg, Kevin Kline and Cathy Mori arty, some 1,100 of the bold and beautiful turned out, including Eddie Murphy, Susan Dey and Jeff Bridges.
After the screening, the young and the restless sashayed over to the Armand Hammer Museum for a Caribbean-theme party complete with neon palm trees, Jamaican eats and a booming salsa band. Moriarty, whose career faltered after 1980’s Raging Bull, was as effervescent as the party’s seven bubble machines. “It’s my ticket to heaven and back again,” she said of the film. But Sally Field, the movie’s main star, seemed glad she had only one life to live as a soap queen. “It’s really difficult to do all that crying,” she said.