Friends! Demi Moore is spotted leaving Melanie Griffith's Hollywood bash with the star's daughter Dakota Johnson

Dakota Johnson and Demi Moore were in a celebratory mood this weekend.

The pair were spotted leaving Saturday from a soiree held at Melanie Griffith's house in Los Angeles. The Crazy in Alabama star rented the Hollywood Hills home in 2015 after her divorce from Antonio Banderas.

On Friday, Melanie's latest film The Disaster Artist was released in theaters. The film co-stars James Franco and his brother Dave, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie and Josh Hutcherson.

Stay cool: Dakota Johnson was photographed Saturday departing from her mom Melanie Griffith's home in Los Angeles

Stay cool: Dakota Johnson was photographed Saturday departing from her mom Melanie Griffith's home in Los Angeles

The Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota was prepared for the chilly L.A. weather in a long, white coat over a pair of black slacks and fitted black and purple top.?

She finished her look with a pair of black-and-white flats.?

Her gorgeous, brunette locks were left loose to fall below her shoulders.?

Lady in black: Demi Moore wore head-to-toe black that was broken up by a white gift bag

Lady in black: Demi Moore wore head-to-toe black that was broken up by a white gift bag

Fifty-five year old Moore went for a monochromatic look, wearing head-to-toe black. She accessorized her black jumper with a leather jacket, boots and medium-sized handbag.

To finish her look, she wore black-framed spectacles and a similarly loose hair style as Dakota.?She was seen talking to a member of security as she waited for valet to deliver her car.?

All guests carried a medium-sized, white gift bag?as they departed the residence.

Dude, where's my car: Guests of Griffith's await their cars from valet in the Hollywood Hills

Dude, where's my car: Guests of Griffith's await their cars from valet in the Hollywood Hills

In the biographical dramedy, audiences meet Greg Sestero (Dave), an aspiring film actor, meets the weird and mysterious Tommy Wiseau (James) in an acting class, they form a unique friendship and travel to Hollywood to make their dreams come true.

Griffith plays the role of Jean Shelton, a teacher at the acting school where Sestero and Wiseau meet. She's not exactly impressed by Sestero and much less by the rest of the students in the class.?

The film closed in 12th place at the box office bringing in an estimated $1,220,831 during its limited release. Their wide release is set for December 8th.?

Extra, extra: Griffith's The Disaster Artist co-stars Dave Franco and James Franco

Extra, extra: Griffith's The Disaster Artist co-stars Dave Franco and James Franco

It was also a big weekend for the Working Girl star's mother Tippi Hedren.

The family matriarch was honored Sunday night by the L.A. Press Club with the 2017 Visionary Award during the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards Gala.?

Melanie was set to present her with the accolade.

Hedren, who made her big screen debut in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds in 1963, was honored for her humanitarian work with animal rescue.

Melanie and mother Tippi at London Zoo in 1982
Mother and daughter pose at a Fox party in 2012

So close:?It was also a big weekend for the Working Girl star's mother Tippi Hedren. The family matriarch was honored Sunday night by the L.A. Press Club with the 2017 Visionary Award

Melanie's ex-husband Don Johnson was rumored to have also attended the Hollywood Hills celebration. The two have remained close since their 1995 divorce.?

The duo have posted photos on their respective social media accounts of them spending time with each other's families. All smiles, no animosity.

They have one child together, Dakota, who has followed in her parents footsteps into acting.?

What a bond: Mother and daughter pose for cameras at the 87th Annual Academy Awards

What a bond: Mother and daughter pose for cameras at the 87th Annual Academy Awards

Up next for Griffith is the premiere of her final film of 2017, The Pirates of Somalia, opening in theaters on December 8.

The drama co-stars Al Pacino, Evan Peters, Barkhad Abdi and Coral Pena.

The film, based on a book of the same name by Jay Bahadur, tells the story of a journalist who uproots his life Somalia following the story of a lifetime.

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