Daily DC Item: Celebs Return To DC For Night At The Museum

If you are already down from the celebrity high that was caused with the past weekend’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner, then you can get another celeb fix tonight.

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, will be premiering at (where else) the Air and Space museum tonight and if you take a look at the cast, you know there will be an A-list on the red carpet.

The Going Out Gurus suggest waiting on the Jefferson Drive side of the museum if you want to gawk, scream, and beg for autographs. Guru Jen Chaney says don’t expect arrivals til 6:30 but you’ll want to get there by at least 5 if you want the chance to say hi to Amy Adams, or maybe you’ll get lucky and Ricky Gervais will accidentally sneeze on you.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQyrz5V7Vuw[/youtube]

2 Comments so far

  1. lustyreader on May 18th, 2009 @ 2:32 pm

    I saw all the actors were in town on the local news, but was really annoyed because Amy Adams said she had never been to DC before. She said it like she had never been to DC before last weekend. It is super obvious that most of Night at the Museum is CGI but I had to assume either I didn’t understand her correctly OR she had literally never been to DC and filmed the ENTIRE movie on a green screen on the West Coast.

    If the latter is true then I am REALLY annoyed.


  2. Patrick (dmbosstone) on May 18th, 2009 @ 9:00 pm

    I think that part of the film was done on a soundstage, but I’m sure part of it was filmed in DC…



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