In opening, I would like to say that, in my experience, nothing negative has ever come from being a fan of Hot Bodies In Motion.
Let’s start this story from the beginning. In May, Hot Bodies in Motion was contacted by the head of film music for Lionsgate Films to contribute a song to the movie Abduction. Within a month’s time, the boys had worked with a Hollywood producer to write and record a new song and were anxiously awaiting the day when their song could be heard in the movie and on the soundtrack. It seemed like that would be as good as it was going to get, but alas! Fate had other plans for our heroes! Two days before the world premiere of the film in Hollywood on September 15th, the boys learned that they were invited to attend the premiere at the historic Grauman’s Chinese Theater! Frantic text messages were sent and phone calls made, and in a matter of a few hours, a ragtag team (myself included) was assembled to travel to Los Angeles for a 19-hour experience of a lifetime.
Layover in Oakland
Even though this excursion was hastily put together, we were determined not to skimp on anything: this was a miracle and may never happen again, so we all resolved to go the whole nine yards. I helped the boys shop for red carpet attire and I myself bought an astronomically-priced ensemble to wear, and we all decided that a limousine was absolutely necessary to chauffeur us to Grauman’s.
Since we had the limo for a couple hours, we decided to take a ride up iconic Mullholland Drive, climb to the top of a scenic overlook of all of Los Angeles, and propose champagne toasts to the present successes and future successes of Hot Bodies In Motion.
Jill and I couldn’t resist doing a little planking.
On deck for tomorrow: our walk down the red carpet, where we were verbally abused by the paparazzi, got free popcorn, and Ben shook hands with Justin Bieber.