One of my best sources, The Mole, was at Tinseltown in The Shreve tonight for a screening of "Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins." The Mole spotted none other than the director of the film, Malcolm D. Lee, who happens to be in town shooting "Soul Men."
Mr. Lee checking out his own film. How cool is that? You have to love a director who takes time out of his production schedule -- or at the very least, his little free time -- to see his movie with a local audience.
The Mole said that during the opening credits, the projection was screwed up. Ouch! Friday night, the director is in the house and he gets treated to that? Don't screw up the man's work!
I hope he got some free popcorn.
The Mole said the crowd got some good laughs out of the movie, and one baby got in a good cry.
We're not trying to scare you, Mr. Lee. But Movie Blog Boy has sources. (Most are sane, methinks.)
Has anybody else spotted stars/directors in local theaters? Jude Law at "Brokeback Mountain" remains one of our readers' most memorable sightings. Can you top it?
PHOTO CREDIT: David Lee/Universal Pictures.