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Posts Tagged ‘ Mann’s Chinese Theatre ’

Hugh Jackman’s Hand and Footprint Ceremony

Apr 22nd, 2009 | By | Category: Celebrity Sightings

Got a call from my good friend Blaze on Monday morning who told me that Hugh Jackman’s Hand and Footprint Ceremony was scheduled to be held the following day at Mann’s Chinese Theatre.  So, of course, we made plans to attend.    I was incredibly excited to see a handprint ceremony in person, not so much because I am a huge fan of Hugh Jackman, but because the event is so historic.  That being said, Hugh Jackman is an AMAZING talent and he completely rocked […]

The Friday the 13th Premiere

Feb 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Celebrity Sightings

Hollywood rolled out the black carpet last night (and yes it really was black!) for the world premiere of the new horror film remake Friday the 13th – and amazingly, I got to be a part of it! My good friend Blaze Foster is obsessed with the Friday the 13th movie franchise and wanted someone to accompany him to the premiere so he dragged me along. I have to admit that I am not really into the whole slasher flick genre – I’ve never even […]

The He’s Just Not That Into You Movie Premiere

Feb 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Celebrity Sightings, Jennifer Aniston Locations

I am currently waiting on pins and needles for the movie He’s Just Not That Into You to hit theatres this upcoming Friday. The New Line Cinema film has all the makings of a hit – it stars my girl Jen and is based on an episode of fave television show Sex and the City. Come on – what more could a girl ask for?? The “Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little” episode of Sex and the City that featured that now infamous line “He’s just not that […]

All Marilyn, All the Time!

Jul 21st, 2008 | By | Category: Marilyn Monroe Locations

I dragged my mom to Hollywood last Friday to do a little Marilyn stalking. She wasn’t too keen on the idea, but I was absolutely dying to do something I had yet to do in all the years I have lived in LA – I wanted to put my hands in Marilyn Monroe’s handprints outside of the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. I can’t tell you the number of times I have been to Grauman’s Theatre, but never once had I put my hands in […]