Jake Gyllenhaal & Carey Mulligan Hit Up 'Wildlife' Premiere At NYFF

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Oct. 1 2018, Updated 5:13 p.m. ET

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Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan came out to support their new film Wildlife at the 56th New York Film Festival on Sunday, September 30. The stars also met up with some other famous celebs all night long and premiered their new movie. Keep reading to see snaps from their big event.

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Carey wore a brown and white long sleeved midi dress that was adorned with white spirals and the word "Valentino" scrawled all over. Gold pumps shined below.

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Jake looked handsome with his scruffy beard and slicked back hair. He wore a tailored black suit and a baby blue button down to his premiere.

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The two were joined by director and writer, Paul Dano and co-writer, Zoe Kazan. Paul and Zoe have also been in a relationship since 2007 and collaborated on the movie.

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The afterparty soon followed the premiere where Jake met up with Ben Stiller and his daughter, Ella Olivia.  The three posed and smiled for a pic before they went back to partying it up!

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Wildlife follows a broken couple (played by Jake and Carey) whose marriage falls apart after they move to Montana and their son finds out that his mother is having an affair.

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