The Star Wars: The Force Awakens World Premiere!

Hey Movie What fans!  So we crashed the Star Wars: The Force Awakens World Premiere in Hollywood and it was awesome, it was really cool!  There were rumors spreading that there was going to be a huge amount of people there and we almost didn’t go.  On social media there we helicopter shots of the tents taking over Hollywood. We we’re expecting a huge crowd and really we weren’t expecting to see any celebrities or anything just thought we’d check out the situation we got there kinda late so we missed everyone going into the film.

When we arrived there was heavy security with metal detectors etc. and they had this huge white tent that took up the whole length of Hollywood blvd in front of the Chinese Theater where the original Star Wars played.

To our surprise, while the movie was playing there was hardly anyone on the red carpet and you could walk right up to it.


As it got closer to when the film was going to let out more people started to arrive and eventually it got kind of crowded but not huge crowds.  I mean you could still easily see the people walking down the red carpet as they exited the theater.  The security was a little intense there and the security guards were kind of pushing people around which wasn’t cool but we were able to get a glimpse of some of the actors and crew.  There were several fans vying for position to get autographs of posters. While we were there we got a glimpse of Frank Oz – the voice of Yoda, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, John Boyega, Anthony circus, Daisy Ridley and Lupita Nyong’o.

We did a lot of video which will be posting later.


Carrie Fisher


Frank Oz

Frank Oz


Andy Serikis 2

Andy Serikis

We’ll be checking out the film and we will give you our review next weekend.

Once again, begun the Star Wars has!

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