All of the sorority girls, including Audrina Patridge, Rumer Willis and Briana Evigan, come out in style for a special screening event of Summit Entertainment's upcoming horror thriller.
Thursday, September 3, has seen the Los Angeles premiere of Summit Entertainment's horror thriller "Sorority Row". While red carpet was rolled down in front of ArcLight Hollywood, the special screening was dominated with black as many of the film's stars and other celebrity guests coming were opting to dress in the dark color.
Rumer Willis who stars as Ellie, Briana Evigan who takes on Cassidy, Audrina Patridge who plays Megan, and Jamie Chung who portrays Claire all went dark on the special occasion. Their co-stars, Leah Pipes and Margo Harshman, however chose to go with a lighter color. Pipes went with light magenta, while Harshman wore an ivory white gown.
Some of the girls didn't walk down the red carpet solo. Willis arrived accompanied by her boyfriend Micah Alberti and celebrity mother Demi Moore. Meanwhile, Evigan brought along her famous family, mother Pamela Serpe, father Greg Evigan and sister Vanessa Lee Evigan.
Aside from the leading actresses, several of the supporting cast members were also present on the special night. Among them were Carrie Fisher, Caroline D'Amore, Julian Morris and Nicole Moore. As for other celebrity guests, "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" actor Matt Prokop and "The Time Traveler's Wife" actor Ron Livingston were spotted among them.
A remake of the 1983 movie "The House on Sorority Row", "Sorority Row" is directed by Stewart Hendler. It follows five sorority girls as they inadvertently cause the murder of one of their sisters in a prank gone wrong. Hoping to get on with their lives, they make an agreement to keep the matter to themselves and never speak of it again. However, they find out right after graduation that their lives are at stakes. The horror thriller comes out in theaters across the U.S. next Friday, September 11.