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'Dear John' Los Angeles Premiere Attracts Young Stars

February 02, 2010 09:56:44 GMT

Amanda Seyfried and Channing Tatum were pictured on the red carpet at the event, which also had Kellan Lutz among the celebrity guests.


Amanda Seyfried, Channing Tatum
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Few days before "Dear John" is dropped in theaters across the U.S., Screen Gems has held a premiere for the film. Taking place at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on Monday, February 1, the red carpet event had a number of young celebrities among the attendees.

Amanda Seyfried was one of the stars who stole the attention. Donning a blue dress, the lead actress showed off her back and her cleavage. She was later joined by her co-star Channing Tatum who came to the event alongside his actress wife Jenna Dewan. Other cast members, such as Leslea Fisher, Henry Thomas and Keith Robinson, were also seen that night.

Moreover, "Twilight" hunk Kellan Lutz was pictured among the guests at the special screening. Beside him, Haylie Duff, Olivia Munn, Rachel Hunter, Alexa Vega and many others were also photographed coming to the event.

"Dear John" follows young soldier John Tyree and Savannah Curtis who meet each other when she is having spring vacation in his hometown. When the couple is separated by John's increasingly dangerous deployments, they stay in touch by sending a continuous stream of love letters overseas-correspondence that eventually triggers fateful consequences. This drama is set to hit U.S. theaters on February 5.



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posted by vicky on Feb 02, 2010
hey urmamii...........dont expect it to be good bcuz i went to the premiere yesterday in hollywood and i didnt like the movie it was boring and it was too like every other movie same plot as many other movies i couldnt wait for it to be over
posted by * uR mAMII.* on Feb 02, 2010
OMG! i can't wait for this movie..=) i expect to cry.. so badd loll..

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