Christmas Came Early at Fred Claus World Premiere

November 05, 2007 07:50:44 GMT

Cast members and guests coming were greeted with falling snow and white Christmas tree.


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The joy of Christmas already hit Hollywood on Saturday, November 3, 2007 as the celebration of the world premiere for "Fred Claus" took place at the famous Graumanís Chinese Theater.

Snow was falling down on the red carpet while a white Christmas three was erected near the film poster, all greeting the flick's cast members and guests upon their arrivals on the scene.

From the former group, there came pic's male lead Vince Vaughn and his co-stars Rachel Weisz, Paul Giamatti, Elizabeth Banks, and rapper Ludacris, who brought along his six-year-old daughter Karma. The latter pack, in the meantime, included fair-haired Robert Downey Jr., Oscar nominee Andy Garcia, "Heroes" star Masi Oka, and beautiful Roselyn Sanchez, currently can be seen in theaters in Disney's "The Game Plan."

Coming to theaters near you this Friday, November 9, 2007, "Claus" at one time got its titled changed to "Joe Claus" due to potential rights issue, but ultimately returned to its current title after the rights were cleared. The flick marked another collaboration between Vaughn and director David Dobkin, who exited "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" for the movie.

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