Saturday, 17 October 2015

The Really Weird Thing About Movie Premieres That Take Place In Japan

Thanks to things like the internet, the world is becoming a much closer global community. We’re exposed to different cultures every day and we get a new understanding of different peoples and how their traditions differ from our own. Turns out some countries are weird, and movie premieres are very unusual.

Jurassic World’s Nick Robinson spoke to ScreenRant recently and he happened to mention his experience at the Japanese premier of the film. It turns out that movie fans don’t react to movie stars the same way there that they do here. He said: [in the USA] you go to the movie premiere and people are screaming. There [in japan] it is dead silence..[but] everyone just waves at you. It’s crazy. It’s unlike anything I have experienced in my… life.

So the limo pulls up, you get out with a big smile for your fans, and you can hear a pin drop. And everybody’s waving at you. Honestly, the entire thing sounds more than a little creepy. I’ve never walked down the red carpet at a movie premier, but the idea of being surrounded by crowds of people waving at you while remaining utterly silent sounds like something out of a horror movie. I’ a-READ MORE-

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