Sunday, August 26, 2007

Beauty fashion girl vol 04

And if the partisan crowd, including producer Judd Apatow, his actress wife Leslie Mann, and the film's Emma Stone, Martha MacIsaac, Aviva, and newcomer Christopher Mintz-Plasse, whose hilarious performance is a highlight of the flick, are any indication, "Superbad" is ready to rock audiences. Laughter and cheers rang out as the credits rolled, with even the toughest critics in the house - comic veterans David Spade, Paul Rudd, Jane Lynch, and Chris Kattan - smiling their approval.

As the huge crowd crossed the street and headed to the after party at the Tropicana Bar poolside at the Roosevelt Hotel, everyone from Kevin Smith to McG, Pharrell Williams to Janice Dickenson seemed to agree with Sony president Amy Pascal's earlier take on "Superbad"

"Movies like this don't come along very often, and we're very happy and grateful to have it," she said.

Michael Cera is pretty happy, too. The 19-year-old actor can't quite believe how well the movie is going over, but he's ready to make a prediction that he hopes will come true when the film opens on August 17.

"This could definitely be like a cult movie. I think it will be a lot bigger than a cult movie."