The Scene: Tuesday night's premiere for "Earth Girls Are Easy," a new comedy from Vestron Pictures about space aliens landing in the San Fernando Valley. Guests braved hundreds of camera-toting tourists at Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, and then strolled across the street to the Spice nightclub for an after party.
Who Was There: "Earth Girls" stars Geena Davis, Jeff Goldblum, Damon Wayans, Jim Carrey and Charles Rocket; actors Nicolas Cage, Shelley Duvall, Randy Quaid, Robert Carradine, Anthony Edwards, Juliet Mills, Maxwell Caulfield, Lou Ferrigno, Spike Lee, Kim Cottrell, Cassandra (Elvira) Peterson, Rick Rossovich, Rain Pryor, Ricky Schroder and Tim Matheson; director Julien Temple; the professional gossips the Hollywood Kids, and about 1,000 others.
Dress Code: Everything from suits and ties to jeans. But who noticed, when there were costumed aliens to watch in their fur jumpsuits, or the eternal charms of actress/billboard personality Angelyne, whose everyday outfit of pink Spandex and mega-decolletage made her look like a Martian imitation of Jayne Mansfield.
Entertainment: At the premiere, guests listened to recorded songs by Depeche Mode and the Jesus and Mary Chain while watching stars arrive. (Julie Brown climbed through the sun roof of her limo onto the sidewalk.) At the party, one could dance, network or get one's hair ratted and sprayed into a bouffant by studio-supplied hairdressers.