On the same night, Jason Scwhartzman came to the second season celebration of 'Bored to Death' while Adrian Greiner promoted his documentary 'Teenage Paparazzo'.
HBO held two premieres on the same night for its two different programs. On Tuesday, September 21 night NYU Skirball Center was filled with the stars and producers of TV s "Bored to Death" while The Pacific Design Center Silverscreen Theater was crowded with the faces from documentary "Teenage Paparazzo".
At "Bored to Death" premiere, the stars were celebrating the imminent season 2 that begins airing this Sunday, September 26 as well as the release of season 1 DVD on September 21. Jason Schwartzman and Ted Danson represented the main cast, accompanied by creator Jonathan Ames and HBO co-president Eric Kessler.
Season 2 is opened with "Escape From the Dungeon" and by episode 2 nudity will happen. "I think I'm the first creator of a TV show to do full-frontal nudity," Ames told NY Times at the premiere. "Fortunately it was very meager, because I'm so small."
Meanwhile over at "Teenage Paparazzo" gala, Adrian Grenier who produces the movie showed up with Austin Visschedyk who is the center of the documentary. Grenier's "Entourage" co-stars such as Kevin Connolly and Sasha Grey showed up for support. The former will actually be part of the documentary as the one being interviewed.
"Teenage Paparazzo", which airs September 27, is brought up to life after Grenier met 14-year-old Visschedyk who caught his attention among the crowd of grown-up shutterbugs. On bringing such youth to the fame side, Grenier admitted, "I don't really know how he's going to handle it. And hopefully in the process of making the film and the film itself will be a guidebook of sorts to help him cope and make healthy decisions about the experience he's going to go through now."