So I am no Star Wars fan, sorry to all the Star Wars fans, nore have I ever watched any of the movies, sorry again, but this Red Carpet made me a BB-8 enthusiast instantly ( I think it was his robotic charm).
Okay. I’ve had my share of Red Carpet premieres but no one, I mean NO ONE can top that carpet in my book. From the start, the guard dogs and security on force was one thing in its on, and i’m not talking government the Coruscant Security Force. For three blocks on Hollywood Boulevard, the place was sealed and contained with historic monuments because of the groundbreaking series in which stole the hearts of nerds and mad people all over the world for years, including my mom.
When you first enter the Red Carpet, the television monitors projected 1080i graphics that I wish I was apart of in building. They changed in rotation of the updated Star Wars logo, characters both new and old, and social media in which I worked though CGLA Studios. Inside was tons of press, movie critics and photographers who were just s excited as the guest to catch these monumental event happen. Inside was literally a museum of city blocks of old costumes, memorabilia, designed car props and everything in between; not to mention James Abrams, BB-8, R2-D2, C-3PO, George Lucas blessed the carpet in the honor of the phenomenal movie premiere.