Star-Studded Extravaganza for '17 Again' L.A. Premiere
The Los Angeles premiere of "17 Again" has become the event for young and old. On Tuesday, April 14, the special screening for the upcoming comedy was held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, and saw the attendance of many celebrities from teenage sensation Jonas Brothers to former "Friends" star Matthew Perry.
Coming to the premiere were most of the film's cast, including Perry, Zac Efron, Michelle Trachtenberg, Leslie Mann, Melora Hardin, Hunter Parrish, Katerina Graham and Nicole Sullivan. They were joined by producer Adam Shankman and director Burr Steers on the red carpet.
The stars and crew aside, the remaining season 8 contestants of "American Idol" were also present at the special occasion. Some of Efron's co-stars in "High School Musical 3: Senior Year", Corbin Bleu, Vanessa Hudgens, Olesya Rulin and Monique Coleman, were also spotted attending.
In addition to those celebrities, other guests making an appearance on the red carpet of the film's premiere included Aly & AJ, Amanda Bynes, Brittany Snow, Mitchel Musso, Seth Green, and producer/director Judd Apatow.
Focusing on the adventure of self-discovery, "17 Again" centers its story on 37-year-old Mike O'Donnell who is given a second chance in life when he miraculously transformed back to the age of 17. Stuck in the body of his old self, he now has to win over his estranged wife and kids back before really losing the best things that ever happened to him. This comedy film will open in U.S. theaters this Friday, April 17.
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