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A Splashy Premiere

A Splashy Premiere


Last night Art and Ramona attended the world premiere of The Day After Tomorrow in New York City (check out Art's Webcam which shows a pic of him posing with Day star Jake Gyllenhaal). Held at the American Museum of Natural History, the red carpet was turned "into a blanket of winter white with the help of some man-made snow," writes Hello! Magazine, which features a photo gallery(1) from the premiere.
Mike Sampson(2) commented that just before the premiere outside the Museum "dark clouds circled and rain began pouring from the sky. Power went out in certain areas. And hail! Hail the size of golf balls! Could Fox really be this powerful?"
Meanwhile the New York Times(3) weighed in on the reaction to the film's debut, writing "it seemed as if a kind of moment... had passed in the city's post-9/11 history: New Yorkers were finally ready to watch Roland Emmerich destroy their city again on the big screen (he'd previously done so in both Independence Day and Godzilla).
--L.L.

1. http://www.hellomagazine.com/film/2004/05/25/dayaftertomorrow/
2. http://www.joblo.com/index.php?id=4383
3. http://www.nytimes.com/2004/05/26/movies/26TOMO.html

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