This shot of The Age of Innocence costars Michelle Pfeiffer and Daniel Day Lewis was probably taken during some Los Angeles publicity gathering. Martin Scorsese‘s much-admired film opened on 9.17.93. (I’m figuring the photo of L.A. Dodgers’ manager Tommy Lasorda indicates a Los Angeles establishment.) If I’m correct Pfeiffer was 35 and 1/2 at the time; Lewis was a year older. They both look so young, so glowing. Especially Lewis compared to that shaved-head, Buddhist retreat appearance he had during publicity for Phantom Thread.
Pfeiffer and New York-based journalist during May 1982 press gathering for Grease 2 at Paramount headquarters, then located inside Gulf & Western building at Columbus Circle. From Pfeiffer’s Wiki page: “Director Brian De Palma, having seen Grease 2, refused to audition Pfeiffer for Scarface (’83), but relented at the insistence of Martin Bregman, the film’s producer. She was cast as cocaine-addicted trophy wife Elvira Hancock.”