Brendan Fraser's upcoming 'Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D' has celebrated its world premiere at Mann's Village Theatre in Westwood, California on Sunday, June 29, evening.
On Sunday, June 29, New Line Cinema and Walden Media have presented the world premiere of their latest adventure movie, "Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D". Holding the special event in Los Angeles, California, the studios rolled down its conventional red carpet in front of Mann's Village Theatre in Westwood.
Being a part of the Los Angeles Film Festival's annual Family Day celebration, the special 3D screening was kicked off with stars strolling down the red carpet starting at 2 P.M. and then followed by the screening itself an hour later. Grazing the red carpet were the film's stars, Brendan Fraser, Josh Hutcherson, Anita Briem and Seth Meyers, the filmmakers, director Eric Brevig and producers Charlotte Huggins and Beau Flynn, as well as celebrity guests that include Amy Yasbeck and Dominique Swain.
Based on the Jules Verne's classic novel, "Journey" follows the adventure of a professor, whose untraditional hypotheses often make him the subject of ridicule, and his nephew when they accidentally stumble on a major discovery of a world beneath Earth surface and its magical creatures. Using the 3-D filmmaking techniques, the family adventure movie is coming into theaters at the same time "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" debuts on the big screen on July 11.