'Fair Game' premiere: Spying on Naomi Watts and Valerie Plame Wilson in New York
Valerie Plame Wilson was anything but undercover at the "Fair Game" premiere Wednesday night in New York.
The former CIA operative, whose identity was infamously revealed in a 2003 Washington Post article, walked the red carpet with the likes of Naomi Watts and Watts' husband, Liev Schrieber. Former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson, Plame's husband, made the scene as well to promote the political action-thriller based on his wife's autobiography. (Think "weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.")
Also spotted: singer Keri Hilson, model Christie Brinkley, news anchor Katie Couric and actors Noah Emmerich, Anthony Mackie and Michelle Monaghan. (Click the picture of Couric and the former ambassador at right to launch a gallery of red carpet arrivals.)
Sean Penn, who missed the event, stars opposite Watts in the film, which opens in limited release in U.S. theaters on Nov. 5.
— Christie D'Zurilla
Top photo: Naomi Watts, left, and former CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson attend a Cinema Society screening of "Fair Game" at the Museum of Modern Art in New York on Wednesday. Photo credit: Peter Kramer / Associated Press.
Second photo: Katie Couric and former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson at the "Fair Game" screening. Photo credit: Stephen Lovekin / Getty Images.