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Photos from movie premieres

Photos copied from the Internet Movie Database.

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"Lords of Dogtown", Los Angeles Premiere, May 2005
Hollywood Movie Premieres


From the Seeing Stars in Hollywood web site

New movies open every week in Hollywood, of course, but often the big studios decide to pull out all the stops and throw an old-fashioned, full-blown Hollywood premiere (sometimes called "special screenings"). High-intensity searchlights criss-cross the night sky. Movie stars dressed in tuxedos and evening gowns arrive in stretch limousines in front of the theatre, to the applause of an adoring crowd. Emcee Army Archerd, with microphone in hand, interviews the celebrities going inside to watch the film... It's quite a sight. And a quintessential Hollywood experience.

Most of these special movie premieres take place in Westwood Village or along Hollywood Boulevard. In Westwood, (where there are dozens of first-run movie theatres) the three favorite spots for big Hollywood premieres are The Village Theatre, the Bruin and Mann's National theatre. On Hollywood Boulevard, the two favorite locales are Mann's Chinese Theatre and the El Capitan theatre. Occasionally, you will also see premieres in other locations, such as at the Cinerama Dome, and the popular Odeon multiplexes at Universal CityWalk and Century City.

Not only do the stars of the movie turn out in person for these premieres, but a host of other Hollywood celebs also usually show up - either in support of their friends or as a favor for the studio that made the picture (or because their agent wants them to be seen in the spotlight.) These glittering premieres provide a rare chance to see numerous stars in person at a single event.

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Vanity Fair Post Oscar Party, February 2005
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"Ladder 49" Premiere, September 2004
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"Gangs of New York" Premiere After Party, with Martin Scorsese, December 2002
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"Fifteen Minutes" Premiere, March 2001
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"End Of Days" Premiere At The Mann's Chinese Theatre, November 1999
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"Fight Club" Premiere, October 1999
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"Fight Club" Premiere, October 1999

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"Stealing Beauty" Premiere, June 1996


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