In more ways than one, movie premieres are a lot like weddings. Family and friends fly in, there's hair and makeup, logistics and limos, congratulations and champagne. The night goes by in a split second, you realize you talked to everyone for 3 minutes and no one more than that, and you end up in a hotel room wondering if all that blur falls into the category of "fun."
At least that's how we experienced it.
Okay, it was definitely fun. Hashing it all out with 2am room service, it was clearly a memorable night and the pinnacle to a years worth of work and months of promotion.
Today, the movie releases to the public and it's in box office hands. (Though the reviews have been encouraging, you can read LA Times, Variety, USA Today.) No matter what the numbers say by Sunday evening, I am so proud of my husband and his cohorts. They took their original creation and did something entirely different with it. They just keep getting better.
P.S. Shoes!! As previewed on Instagram just before we left for the theater.