Glamour Reel Moments Presented by Clinique held the premiere of Channing Tatum’s newest movie ‘The Trap’ at the Directors Guild of America on October 9, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. In addition to Channing, the picture above shows Rita Wilson (the film’s director) and Jeanne Tripplehorn (the film’s lead actress) on the red carpet of the premiere. Due to his current filming schedule in New York City for his movie ‘Fighting’, Chan was sadly not able to attend the premiere.
To celebrate ‘The Trap’s premiere Glamour held a party at the Chateau Marmont after the screening which included mini cheeseburgers and bite-size pizza slices served in white boxes and DJ Michelle Pesci provided the music for the event.
Guests at the star-studded party included celebrities like Kirsten Dunst, Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell, Diane Warren, Rita Wilson’s husband, Tom Hanks, Martin Short, Dennis Miller, Tobey Maguire, Laurie David, Bryce Dallas Howard and Chevy Chase.
Here is a summary about ‘The Trap’…
CHANNING TATUM’S ‘THE TRAP’
Starring: Camilla Belle, Greg Butler, Gia Carides, Johanna Day, Ray Porter, Channing Tatum, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Aisha Tyler
Channing Tatum’s Character: Greg
What’s the movie about?: ‘The Trap’ is about a middle-aged woman named Maggie (played by Jeanne Tripplehorn) stuck in a rut and afraid to take risks, until one day, she does. Maggie’s journey of self-discovery begins with a shaky start when she pulls up to an address in a seedy part of town. But after an unforgettable night of opening up to unexpected possibilities, her life will never be the same again.
In addition to directing the film, Rita Wilson also shows off her vocal chops in ‘The Trap’. Wilson sings “Lessons Learned” during the film’s closing credits, a song written by über-hitmaker Diane Warren.
You can use the MP3 player below to listen to the movie’s theme song:
Don’t forget that ‘The Trap’ will be available on DVD for a limited time at Clinique counters all over the US October 13 and 14 (this Saturday and Sunday).
You can now also watch ‘The Trap’ below:
If you like the song “Lessons Learned”, you can go to the sites above to download a free copy and Glamour will donate $1 to Big Brothers Big Sisters (Up to $10,000).