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Los Angeles Premiere for 'I Love You, Man' Filled With Comedians

March 18, 2009 (7:29 am) GMT
Hollywood's top funny people from Ben Stiller and Jack Black to Sarah Silverman have all been spotted attending the Los Angeles premiere of Paul Rudd and Jason Segel-starring 'I Love You, Man'.

Tuesday, March 17, saw one star-studded event as "" held its Los Angeles premiere at Mann's Village Theater in Westwood, California. Like many other red carpet events, the special screening for this comedy movie was attended by many Hollywood stars. But, what made it different was the appearance of A-list comedians, like , and .

Beside those funny people, , , , who are all seen in the leading roles in the movie, were spotted on the red carpet. Joining them on the occasion were co-stars Sarah Burns, , , , and Thomas Lennon, as well as director/producer/writer John Hamburg.

Celebrity guests coming to the premiere included other movie stars, like , , , and . TV actresses, , Jennifer Westfeldt and Amanda Anka, as well as reality TV beauty from "" had also been captured walking down the red carpet.

"I Love You, Man" follows Peter Klaven, a successful real estate agent who upon getting engaged to the woman of his dreams, Zooey, realizes that he doesn't have male friends. Desperate to find the suitable Best Man for his wedding, he goes on a series of bizarre and awkward "man-dates" until he meets Sydney Fife. DreamWorks Pictures will distribute it in theaters across the U.S. this coming Friday, March 20.

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