We’ve collected the best Premiere Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: John Waters, Gauri Khan, Brett Hull, Reed Hastings, Brad Goreski. Use them as an inspiration.
Be it a movie premiere or an event, I personally prefer to wear a lot of saree. For me, they are very comfortable; I can carry them off.
I went to the premiere of The Detective with Sinatra, and perhaps people jumped to conclusions. He was very protective towards me and never came on to me sexually.
I grew up influenced by different cultures, sounds, feelings, emotions, and I want Premiere Classe to be a representation of that.
I don’t really have a bad premiere experience. They’re exciting at first. I think, when you first get into the business, you’re excited about going down the line and seeing what that’s like.
When I did ‘Think Like A Man’, I would run into people who were acting like it was the first thing I’d ever done. I was at the premiere of ‘Think Like A Man,’ and people were coming up to me, like, ‘Man, you’re going to get work after this, bruh.’
There’s a new role that I see for myself with the new Republican majority running the Senate. I am now the premiere ambassador for the state from the Republican majority.
You can go at the premiere it’s at Disneyland.
Whenever I’m on my way to a premiere or something, I always have a good laugh in the car… because it’s all so absurd – I’m one generation removed from starvation.
Normally with film, it’s normal for the screenwriter to never be seen again after finishing until the premiere.
I think if you do a lot of interviews, you’re laying yourself open. If you put yourself out, accept every invitation to every premiere, then you can’t really complain when people knock on your front door and photograph you in the street.
It’s the cable shows that are really the most interesting – ‘Mad Men,’ ‘Breaking Bad,’ those shows are really the premiere shows on television right now.
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel first championed my film, ‘Hoop Dreams,’ which was essential to its success. Roger remained a great supporter of my work throughout my career, and I’ll never forget him tweeting about ‘The Interrupters’ right before its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011.
I actually started working in Chicago while I was still a student; I did the Chicago premiere of ‘The History Boys’ at the end of my junior year. I had come to Chicago for Northwestern University. I didn’t quite know about the theater community, and what I did know was mostly the improv.
Well, Toronto, I consider to be the birthplace of my films. I’ve made three films and this is the third one to premiere here in the same theater on the same day at the same time – they are my audience. They’re the people that I think about while I’m writing, directing, and editing. I specifically make movies for them.
I was at a premiere, and these girls blurted out, ‘We love your hair!’ That made me laugh.
I think I have just always had an awareness that when you go to a premiere and people start cheering and shouting your name and stuff, they are shouting at a perception of you that they have.