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Given that tickets for red carpet premieres in other places (LA, NY and London especially) would go for 500 USD at least (if they're ever sold it's through charity auctions which run up to multiple 1000s of $), 50 euros is ridiculously cheap. A friend of mine said she bought tickets to the Catching...
I guess the Grand Rex has some kind of deal with the studios, or maybe it's just we are lucky. The tickets were not really cheap either (50€, which is something like 60$) - but, heh, it's worth it!
If you are a British citizen or even a US one you don't need a visa for short stays in France (see here).antovolk wrote: Even though I live in London, I can't (visas )
Both the red carpet premiere at the Grand Rex and the screening the day before are in english but with french subtitles.Ruth wrote: You're in London? You can always go there, it ain't thaaat far, you know. But I think they're dubbing most of the movies in France, so that sucks.
Oh, God. Such a cool track was from this shit? It would be better if I didn't know. Hard to believe that someone said at some point in a meeting "Oh, and by the way we will use the soundtrack of The Three Musketeer for our TV spot / trailer #4". Yet, it was a very fitting track - really liked this ...
It would be kind of cool, although I would greatly prefer to hear what Zimmer made for the movie!gofurther wrote:That full track goes for 2:13, do you guys think they might use the full music for trailer 4?
I can see it in my minds eye for sure anyway.