NBC Los Angeles talks about the upcoming premiere of How To Be at the Burbank Film Festival in Los Angeles this Saturday. The show is sold out. Wait! Rob will be in L.A. for Kids' Choice Awards on Saturday, himmmm...
From NBC L.A.:
No, it is absolutely not true that Los Angeles has a film festival happening, all year long, on every weekday ending in "y" (or weekend day starting with an "s").
It is mostly true, however, that our city has more film festivals than most places, and the Burbank International Film Festival, unspooling through Sunday, March 29 at Woodbury University, has some great flicks, a host of music videos, panels on networking and casting, and a gala hosted by the fabulous Fred Willard.
The festival itself points out that Burbank is the nexus for much of the entertainment created, which is true, so it makes perfect sense to us that it should host a celebration of the final product. Full circle, and all that.
And while there is a cavalcade of shorts and animated offerings and live-action dramas, the flick getting the lion's -- or vampire's? -- share of attention is the LA Premiere of the Brit-y, sweet "How to Be" starring Robert Pattinson of "Twilight" fame. The man's got like a zazillion hits on Google, so we're guessing a few fans might show up for this one. The trailer charms, too.
Burbank International Film Festival
Through Sunday, March 29
Woodbury University, 7500 Glenoaks Boulevard, Burbank