This was my thirteenth year reporting on CES in Las Vegas!
I’m embarrassed to admit just how hard I fangirled over meeting Grumpy Cat at the Hollywood Christmas Parade. I’ve met so many big stars over the last 11 years of doing red carpets, and this is the first one I’ve completely lost my cool over. Yes, I’m a total dork. See for yourself…
The stars were out and the weather was perfect. Let’s find out what they had to share about the holidays and what they’re thankful for this year.
Many thanks to Raymond, for coming by our studio for this interview. We’ve watched him grow over the years, and are so proud of the young man he’s become. This is a great opportunity for him, and we know this movie will be a big hit! Be sure to check out Disney/Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur in theaters November 25th.
We got a chance to visit the set of the brand new Disney XD Show, Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything, where we interviewed the stars of the show. It was great meeting Felix, Murray and Sophie, and seeing Cameron again!
I talked to Kelli at the premiere of Jupiter Ascending. It was nice to see her again, and get the scoop on the 4th (and most likely last) season of Disney XD’s Lab Rats, plus another project she has coming up.
As always, CES was a blast – full of great tech products and wonderful people showing them off.
From Batman to Birdman… I just thought Michael Keaton was a nice man on the red carpet. I am thrilled that he’s getting so much recognition this awards season. I will never forget that day, nearly ten years ago, when such a big star treated me so kindly on my very first red carpet.
Fun fact: My cameraman for that shoot, and a few others, was none other than Mark Pontius, better known now as one third of the band, Foster the People.
Watch the entire red carpet report for Herbie: Fully Loaded here.
I was just 8 years old, and so excited to be a reporter at the world premiere of Herbie: Fully Loaded. The carpet at the El Capitan was decked out with a finish line, the real Herbie and lots of look-alikes (actual cars on the red carpet!). I was so excited to be at a Disney event! I hoped to interview Lindsay Lohan, but even though I didn’t, I met many wonderful people who did give me their time that day. I’m so glad it went well, because that one day encouraged me to continue as an entertainment reporter. I have covered hundreds of movie premiere red carpets and other events, and am still doing it, almost 10 years later.
Special thanks to Michael Keaton, Justin Long, Aly & AJ, Thomas Lennon and George Lopez for their kindness and patience. And to my cameraman, Mark Pontius, who went on to become a rock star (Foster the People).
In honor of the season finale of DWAB, enjoy this visit I had with the cast at D23. They’re a great group of people and I enjoyed talking with them!