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Red Carpet Rolled Out for 'Push' Los Angeles Premiere

January 30, 2009 (8:43 am) GMT
The special screening event for Paul McGuigan's action thriller 'Push' has been held in Los Angeles and was attended by many celebrities from Dakota Fanning to some of 'Twilight' cast.
Chris Evans

Less than ten days away from the theatrical release of "" in the U.S., Summit Entertainment held a Los Angeles premiere for the sci-fi action thriller. The studio rolled down red carpet in front of Mann Village Theater in Westwood, California on Thursday, January 29, to welcome celebrities attending the special screening event.

Spotted coming to the premiere were most of the film's cast ensemble; they were , , , , Neil Jackson, and . On the occasion, Evans, Fanning, Belle and Hounsou also joined director Paul McGuigan on the red carpet and posed for the press line.

Apart from the cast and crew, the evening event saw the attendance of several Hollywood celebs from "" cast, Edi Gathegi, , and , to model/fashion mogul . TV actress Alice Greczyn has also been seen coming to the premiere.

"Push" revolves around Nick Gant, a man with telekinetic ability. It follows him as he teams up with a young watcher Cassie Holmes in his attempt to escape the hounding of a clandestine U.S. government agency, the Division, and finds Kira Hudson, an escaped "pusher" that could potentially bring the downfall of Division. It is set to open in U.S. theaters on February 6.

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