Goosebumps movie premiere Los Angeles
The Goosebumps movie premiere in Los Angeles was a spooky good time and Jack Black was the hit of the party. The arrivals featured a twelve foot tall haunted house facade complete with wrought iron gates, spooky trees and a loose leaf path that led guests to the front porch. The Fun House LED lights, custom window panes, and the 3D Goosebumps logo added to the creepy vibe as Slappy the Puppet took the microphone. Slappy the Puppet was the MC for the intro song while all his monster friends made their way up to the Goosebumps house. The fans and their children were dressed in costume and cheered on the show as stars arrived at The Regency Village Theater in Westwood.
Jack Black was joined by co-stars Odeya Rush, Ryan Lee, Halston Sage, and Dylan Minnette on the spooky red carpet as paparazzi lit up the star studded movie premiere. DJ Tyla kept all the monsters and guests grooving at The Goosebumps Fun House until the after party was over. The haunted house facade doubled as an actual haunted house photo op where groups of guests would wait in line before entering a full on haunted house experience. Once in the pitch black maze, fog, scary music, and flashing lights would give everyone more goosebumps. Illuminated arrows showed the guests where to go as monsters jumped out of the shadows allowing a photographer to capture some truly frightening photos. Once finished in the Goosebumps haunted house each guest would leave the area with their photos printed.
The VIP area had a very den like feel, and was decorated with black furniture, mahogany coffee tables, and area rugs. Bookshelves filled with books, gnomes, skulls and other props lined the walls in the VIP den to complete the creepy look. The virtual reality event deck provided guests with a dose of scary reality as they wandered through each different after party area. The Krispie Kreme Buffet, in the graveyard area, was indeed a sight for sore eyes at the end of the night. The whole area was adorned with bare spooky trees, gravestones, benches, skulls, spider webs and other creepy things that keep everyone on their toes. The Goosebumps movie premiere in Los Angles was fun for the whole family, everyone left thrilled!
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