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Stars Glam Up for 'Miracle at St. Anna' New York Premiere

September 23, 2008 (7:37 am) GMT
A-listers from Kerry Washington and John Leguizamo to director Martin Scorsese and rapper Swizz Beatz highlight the special screening for the Spike Lee's WWII drama.

On Monday, September 22, evening, Touchstone Pictures had held a special celebration for "". Rolling down the red carpet in front of Ziegfeld Theatre in New York, the studio presented a star-studded event for the New York premiere of their upcoming drama film welcoming A-listers from cast member to rapper .

Attending the special screening were most of the cast ensemble, including , , , , Robert John Burke, Omar Benson Miller, Valentina Cervi and . Also joining the stars were the behind-the-lens crew, such as director Spike Lee, screenwriter James McBride and composer Terence Blanchard.

Apart from stars and crew, other celebrities coming to the event included director Martin Scorsese, filmmaker David Lee, "" actress , "" star , basketball player Reggie Miller, and former "" .

Inspired by the August 1944 Sant'Anna di Stazzema massacre, "Miracle" is a drama movie based on an acclaimed novel by McBride. The movie set for September 26 release focuses on the four African-American soldiers of the 92nd "Buffalo Soldier" Division who are stationed in Tuscany, Italy during World War II, as they risk their life to save an Italian boy.

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