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What a fun girls night out it was to be invited, along with my guest, friend and personal trainer Laurel Perrstam, to Paramount Studios in Hollywood, California. The occasion was a special screening event organized by party girls extraordinaire Denise Albert and Melissa Gerstein of The Moms to see Labor Day ahead of the movie's wide national theatrical release.
|Paramount Studios lot at night, MommyBlogExpert.com|
Speaking of Van Der Beek, don't you just love what he recently posted on Twitter?
Not every movie I'm in do I like enough to take a selfie with the poster... #LaborDayMovie Thnx #LaborDayMamarazzi pic.twitter.com/6UWyCwcCyH
— James Van Der Beek (@vanderjames) January 31, 2014
Now, let me get us both back on subject. The basic story line of Labor Day is all about what happens when Winslet's Adele, a severely depressed single mother of a young boy crosses paths with Frank Chambers, a scruffy and wounded on-the-run escaped convict (portrayed by Josh Brolin).
Labor Day. I can't think of a better title for this movie that's currently showing on the big screen. Not only does the film's central story take place over the long Labor Day weekend, there are also years old flashbacks interspersed seen through the individual experiences of the two lead characters to the actual process of labor, giving birth and becoming first-time parents before Adele and Frank ever meet.
|End of summer peaches perfect for Labor Day, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|The Sherry Lansing Theater at Paramount, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|Laurel Perrstam, my personal trainer, and I at screening, MommyBlogExpert.com|
|The Moms interview Van Der Beek after screening, MommyBlogExpert.com|
Watch this short video clip from the Van Der Beek candid chat I attended if you still don't believe me...
As if viewing the movie itself at one of the world's oldest surviving studios founded over a hundred years ago and getting to see Van Der Beek in person wasn't enough. To cap a full and enjoyable evening off, guests were treated to a dessert reception. Guess what was served? That's right -- the famous hot peach pie that we had all been craving since seeing that beautifully choreographed Labor Day pastry making scene.
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