Last Monday, I headed to the The Morgan Library and Museum in New York City for the USA Network’s Red Carpet Welcome Event for their new show Political Animals. While I didn’t get a chance to see the premiere episode, I did get to see some fantastic actors and actresses on their way to the showing.
On Tuesday, I went to LMFAO’s Sorry For Party Rocking tour with guests like Sidney Samson, Far East Movement, Matthew Koma, and 3rd season America’s Best Dance Crew winners Quest Crew.
The concert was a huge party, with a similar vibe to festivals like Bamboozle.
Wednesday, as part of Spider-Man Week, I got a chance to head down to the American Museum of Natural History where Spider-Man himself delivered a Chilean rose tarantula to the curator of the Spiders Alive! exhibit, Norman Plotnick.
You can check out the video of Spider-Man propelling down from the top of the museum, here.
Afterwards, Andrew Garfield, who is playing Peter Parker/Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man movie, as well as the director Marc Webb, came out to talk with the crowd about the new exhibit at the museum. Then Andrew Garfield began taking pictures with and signing autographs for Spidey fans.
See more photos here.
And on Thursday, I got a chance to see The Amazing Spider-Man movie early. I won’t give anything away since it opens tonight at midnight, but I will say that I wholeheartedly recommend everyone go see it.
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