Where do I even begin, on a night that included so many stories from the moment I arrived until the time I left? I will save the details and interviews for the next few days, as I will have to transcribe what is on my tape recorder. Let me just start out by thanking Ron Maxwell and Warner Brothers for giving me all-star access to the cast members and crew before the film started. They treated me just like any other member of the press, not just as some blogger, a term that many outlets frown upon.
Before anyone even arrived, my day was made. Jeff and I made sure to get there really early, and it paid off as we caught Maxwell before he was busy. We took some pictures and I even got the chance to sit down with him, one-on-one, for another interview. When we stopped recording, he told me a lot of nice things about both my site and myself, but I will save that for a later date. When the other actors arrived, I got quick interviews with Bruce Boxleitner and Alex Hyde-White, both of whom were very nice and candid with the reporters. I also got the chance to finally meet two of the cast members who I talk to regularly, Brian Mallon and Patrick Gorman.
The entire evening was very special, and I am sorry to be so brief tonight, but I have been up since early this morning and want to get some sleep before a five-hour car ride back to New Jersey tomorrow morning. I will try to have the interviews and additional coverage up by the end of the weekend.