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'The Book of Eli' Los Angeles Premiere Attracts Stars

January 12, 2010 (6:42 am) GMT
Lead actor Denzel Washington and Mila Kunis were among the cast for the movie who hit the black carpet event, which was held on Monday, January 11.

On Monday night, January 11, black carpet was rolled out in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California to welcome guests of "" Los Angeles premiere. In a particular spot, a motorcycle was displayed with a background of giant image of the movie's character, Eli.

The depicter of the major character, , came to the event with the companion of his wife Pauletta Washington. Other cast who were also photographed during the same occasion were , , , and Lora Cunningham. They were joined by directors Allen Hughes and Albert Hughes.

Some celebrities who were seen attending the special screening event included "" actress , "" actor and star of upcoming movie "" . Later, "" beauty Kimberly Elise and "" helmer Brett Ratner were also seen among the attendees.

"The Book of Eli" is a post-apocalyptic drama film which centers on a lone warrior named Eli. Realizing his destiny to save humanity, he guards a mysterious book which provides knowledge that could redeem society. Making his way across the desolate wasteland of near-future America, he faces challenge as the despot of a small makeshift town is determined to take possession of the book. Warner Bros. Pictures will release the flick in the U.S. on January 15.



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