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April 30 2007

HuffPost covers The Air I Breathe premiere. Rundown of last night's premiere with some quotes from Sarah and a photo.

In *this* photo, SMG looks basically brunette-y like she has for the past year or so, but in the post below she looks like she's re-awakening her Inner Blonde. I guess it's just high;ights and it depends on the light in which the photo was shotty-shot.
I'm looking forward to seeing this movie, and not just for the SMG action (though I adore her too). Andy Garcia is in it! I lurve me some Andy Garcia. The casting seems great, but I'm still kind of vague on the plot.

Also, this is unrelated, but am I going crazy or did a post disappear?
Celina; yeah, a link to tarawizard's LJ about coining a name for Buffans who take an extreme attitude against the new comics. PErsoanlly I saw nothing offensive in it (it's not like it was a link to a hellmouthcentral editorial :-D) but some folks did.
Here's a recap of "The Air I Breathe" premiere at this blog and the poster talks about SMG's performance:

I know you may hear this 1000 times but how was the performance and the character from Sarah Michelle Gellar?

I was very impressed. I think I may have posted before seeing the film that I was not a huge fan. Not that I didn't like her -- just that I wasn't really seeing the film because she was in it. So I really focused on her performance to see what all the fuss was about. She was amazing, really. It took a while for it to sink in, since her character is very tortured and goes through a lot emotionally and physically. She is a very very brave actress. She took a lot of risks and put a lot into it. I think she will surprise a lot of people.

From the sound of things this may really make people notice what a great actress she is. It's great the writer even considers her to have a shot at an Oscar nomination. Even if that doesn't happen, that's a great compliment.

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