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Sunday, December 16th 2007, 4:00 AM
Movie stars, moguls, politicians, filmmakers and supermodels gathered in Connecticut Saturday night for the sumptuous wedding of film studio honcho Harvey Weinstein and fashion designer Georgina Chapman.
The nuptials, at Weinstein's Westport estate, drew more than 300 guests from the worlds of film (Cameron Diaz, RenÃ©e Zellweger, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, Eva Mendes, Kerry Washington, Anne Hathaway, Kyle MacLachlan,
Quentin Tarantino), government (former Gov. George Pataki and Attorney General Andrew Cuomo), fashion (Vogue's Anna Wintour, Harper's Bazaar's Glenda Bailey and models Helena Christensen, Karolina Kurkova, Jacquetta Wheeler and Natalia Vodianova), media and entertainment (Daily News Chairman and Publisher Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Rupert Murdoch, Steve Schwarzman, Les Moonves, Jeff Zucker, Lorne Michaels, Graydon Carter, Brian Roberts, Jim Dolan, Brad Grey, Kevin Huvane, Rick Yorn) and law (David Boies, Bert Fields and Allen Grubman).
Among those who sent video tributes were Bill and Hillary Clinton, Mayor Bloomberg, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sean (Diddy) Combs, Heidi Klum, George Clooney and Anthony Minghella.
Guests in the heated, flower-strewn tent were treated to a meal of Dover sole and veal by Cipriani, a fireworks show, and performances by the Gipsy Kings and Sharon Jones, and a toast from Robert De Niro.
"Chicago" director Rob Marshall surprised the bride and groom with a choreographed revue in their honor to "He Had It Coming."
The bride, 31, designed her own gown. Her maid of honor was her partner in Marchesa, Karen Craig. The groom, 55, was escorted by his mother, Miriam, and his brother, Bob, with whom he co-founded Miramax Films.
The couple, who had a rehearsal dinner Thursday night at the Waverly Inn in Manhattan, were married by Harvey Weinstein's longtime friend, Judge Eugene Fahey. A priest and rabbi also presided.
The marriage was the second for Weinstein, who was divorced in 2004, and the first for Chapman.
Instead of sending gifts, guests were invited to contribute to the Robin Hood Foundation's education programs for underprivileged children in New York City and to Give2Asia's program in support of the disadvantaged in India.