The Big Apple was host to the world premiere of “Confessions of a Shopaholic” last night. Walt Disney Pictures rolled down red carpet in front of the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City to welcome stars for the special screening event of their upcoming romantic comedy about a fashionista financial columnist whose shopping addiction has put her in major debts.
Despite the frigid temperatures stars were bracing the cold to join the celebration. Hugh Dancy, Isla Fisher, Joan Cusack, John Goodman, Krysten Ritter, Leslie Bibb, Nick Cornish and Wendie Malick were among the film’s cast ensemble seen attending the premiere.
Some of the stars shared stories with USA Today on some of the craziest ways they made cash.
“I sold lemonade when I first came to Los Angeles on the side of the road” As a child, Isla was even more inventive: “I used to collect my horse’s poop and sell it (as manure) by the side of the road.”
Joked that he once “stole cars” to make ends meet. But then he confessed, “I ran info for a bookie once.”
Worked as an aid for former congressman Jack Kemp in Washington.
“It was only for a few months, and then I thought, ‘You know what? I need to be an actress. This is not for me.’ “
I don’t know about you guys – but I CANNOT wait to see this movie.