WEEKNIGHTS 7:00 & 11:30
I don't remember it from the first go around, but Tron: Legacy is (as my kids would say) super mega awesome. The kind folks at Disney invited me to the world premiere over the weekend at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre and the whole event was incredible! I did my best to rock the blue carpet in a fun LBD from Myne. That's where the legendary Jeff Bridges was steps away in the press line and the loveable Ben Lyons was there workin' his magic for E! News.
Yes, I had an up-close peek at Olivia Wilde's stunning Emilio Pucci gold gown. She truly is a vision to behold in person and is fantastic in the film. (PS. I think she's an underrated actress and cannot wait for her to take on some grittier roles in the future.) Will Ferrell made quite the entrance bringing the funny that night and the last guest of the evening to arrive, one Tom Cruise.
You might expect Tron to be your little brother's kinda film, but do not make that mistake. I was glued to my seat and time flew by. I was blown away by the visuals and the sci-fi story was unexpectedly sweet. EXTRA sweet however was the after party where Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl's Chuck Bass) stood behind me in line for a cocktail. Myself and every other female in the joint were frozen in amazement, gawking at his good looks. Joe Jonas was also nearby but funny I almost didn't notice.
Catt Sadler is an Emmy-winning journalist who was recently named by the Los Angeles Times as One of the Top 10 Next Broadcasters of Our Generation. She can be seen on E! News and hosting a number of E! specials and high-caliber red carpet events.
A graduate of Indiana University as a journalism major, Sadler got her start as the entertainment reporter for KBWB/KNTV in San Francisco, where for more than four years, she hosted a nightly lifestyle segment called "The Bay Beat" and traveled frequently to Los Angeles and New York to conduct celebrity interviews.
In 2001, Sadler returned to her home state to host the Indiana Lottery's Hoosier Millionaire, which became the longest-running syndicated lottery game show in the country. During this time, she also served as the official emcee for the NBA's Indiana Pacers for the 2003-04 season.
This Midwestern girl was bit by the acting bug at the age 11 after appearing in the film Hoosiers. In the years that followed, she acted in a number of school plays and musicals and also sang in an all-girl band. Sadler has since appeared on various soap operas including General Hospital and Night Shift as well as starring in the Red Jumpsuit Apparatus music video "You Better Pray."
Sadler is a mother of two handsome boys, Austin and Arion, and considers being a mother the hardest and most-rewarding job in the world.