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'Sisterhood' Sequel Traveling to New York for Premiere

July 29, 2008 (6:34 am) GMT
With its release date is about a week away, the four childhood girlfriends who share magical pants celebrated the premiere of 'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2' on July 28 in New York.

After gleaming up for "" premiere last May, New York City has once again played host to the premiere of another set of friends. This time, the city that never sleeps became the place where Warner Bros. Pictures celebrated the premiere of "".

Rolling down the red carpet at Ziegfeld Theatre on Monday, July 28, the special first screening event can be said to be a celebration of youth with the attendees dominated by a line of young Hollywood actors. Grazing the carpet were the sequel's main stars, , , and , as well as supporting actors, , Leonardo Nam and .

Besides the cast ensemble, the premiere also saw Jenna Boyd, , , and Rachel Dratch as well as 's sister and Lively's "Gossip Girls" co-stars, , and .

A sequel to 2005's "", this movie follows the four lifelong friends, Carmen Lowell, Tabitha "Tibby" Tomko-Rollins, Lena Kaligaris and Bridget Vreeland, as they embark on separate paths in college. Far apart from each other, the foursome encounter freedom, separation, love and challenging life lessons but still pretty much in touch. Directed by Sanaa Hamri, the film is coming out on August 6.



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