Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Hilary Duff RED Blog - 12/21/05: 'Cheaper By The Dozen 2' Premier Report

I dunno if Hilary Duff abandoned the open diary found on her official website, or if this is a new thing entirely, but here's the latest entry to her new AOL RED blog. I lifted this from hilary.net, rather than visiting the blog directly - I've learned the hard way that no good comes from AOL.
The movie premiere for Cheaper By The Dozen 2 was awesome! What made it so cool was that we arrived in Christmas Sleighs! They had seven sleighs fully equipped with real horses - on the streets of Westwood! They even had faux snow on the ground. The premiere was on the west side so it was cold. The only cast members I missed were Tom Welling because he had to film his show in Canada and Piper Perabo had to work in New York.

OMG! Steve Martin and Eugene Levy are so funny in this movie. They are cool in real life, too. I hung out with Eugene Levy's daughter, Sarah, while filming in Toronto. We are about the same age - she’s 19 or 20. The Levy's are so much fun to hang out with. I really liked this one more than the first one. There are more stunts and practical jokes, water stuff - some of the action was dangerous. We had fun filming - it’s noticeable onscreen. I took pictures with cool fans and got to catch up with the cast. I wonder why they didn't have an after party? That was the first time that happened. Maybe it was a school night. Anyhoo, I am going to the theatres to see it again! Don't miss C2!
Regrettably, because I can't (well, won't) access AOL's blogs directly, I do not know the font and color Hil no doubt painstakingly selected to best express her inner OMG. We'll simply have to make do with the liberal use of exclamation points, the IM-speak, and the boldly unconventional architecture of her exasperated sentence construction to gauge the register and character of her emotional state while tapping out this exuberant missive.

And I must say, I'm really looking forward to the water stuff.

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