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Celebs, Press Celebrate STAGE 48: SCRIPT TO SCREEN, Warner Brothers New Expansion

Aimee Garcia (photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Aimee Garcia
(photo by Alex A. Kecskes)

I recently had the opportunity to attend the red carpet press preview of Stage 48: Script to Screen, which celebrated the launch of Warner Brothers new 25,000 sq. ft. expansion, ahead of its official opening on July 16th. Based on the studio lot, which is home to more than 90 years of much-loved entertainment, drama and action, Stage 48 offered press, guests and celebrities a new behind-the-scenes look at the world of film and TV production.

 Jessika Van (photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Jessika Van
(photo by Alex A. Kecskes)

Celebs, press and guests mingled as they explored the Central Perk Café, the orange couch in the original Central Perk set from “Friends,” and green screen experiences on the Batpod from The Dark Knight, an ExoSuit from Edge of Tomorrow, an authentic space capsule from the Oscar®-winning epic Gravity and flying broomsticks from Harry Potter.

Talent attending the event included Zack Snyder (Director, Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men), James Michael Tyler (Friends), Mehcad Brooks (Supergirl), Reno Wilson (Mike & Molly), Cast of CBS new series Rush Hour, Cast of The Young and the Restless, Henry Byalikov (Dancing with the Stars), Sharna Burgess (Dancing with the Stars), and many more.

Friends set (photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Friends set
(photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Space capsule  (photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Space capsule
(photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Urban Xtreme (photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Urban Xtreme
(photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Jon Cryer (photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Jon Cryer
(photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Mehcad Brooks (photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
Mehcad Brooks
(photo by Alex A. Kecskes)
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Alex A. Kecskes has written hundreds of film reviews and celebrity interviews for a wide variety of online and print outlets. He has covered red carpet premieres and Comic-Con events for major films and independent releases.

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