My “Not Forgotten” interview with the Pop Culture Nerd…

When my fellow Pop Culture Nerd (also known as my friend Elyse) heard that “Not Forgotten” was premiering in Los Angeles this weekend, she asked me to do an interview for her blog. Yes, amigos, sometimes people actually interview the co-writer/associate producers on movies too. Crazy, huh?

Tomas Romero's NOT FORGOTTEN director's chair

Anyway, her questions were hilarious and we had a lot of fun, so, muchas gracias to Elyse for the rocking good time…and here’s hoping the buzz from your blog gets a few more seats in theatres this weekend! To read our nerdy interview in it’s entirety, click here.

And to pre-order tickets for “Not Forgotten” this weekend at the Mann’s Chinese in Hollywood of the Mann’s Plant 16 in Van Nuys, please visit the Mann’s website here. From the looks of it, all the afternoon and evening showings on Friday are sold out (yay!) so, get your tickets soon, yo!

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5 responses to “My “Not Forgotten” interview with the Pop Culture Nerd…

  1. Oh my gosh, thanks for the kind words and link to my site! The interview is mostly enjoyable because of your answers.

    I’m so psyched there are sold-out shows already!

  2. Tom F. Romero

    GREAT NEWS THAT INITIAL SHOWINGS ARE SOLD OUT. KEEP IT UP!

    CAN’T WAIT TO SEE THE MOVIE WHEN IT SHOWS UP IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. SORRY I COULDN’T MAKE IT DOWN SOUTH.

    TFR

  3. The movie was awesome! Thanks for inviting us to the premiere. One thing you must tell your readers is that Gedde Watanabe (Long Duk Dong from “Sixteen Candles”) is in the movie. How cool is that? That’s reason enough to go see it. I hope the opening weekend box office was promising!

  4. Thanks! So glad you and Mike could make it on such short notice! And you’ll be happy to see that I posted two pictures of Gedde in my most recent post. So, “Sixteen Candles” fans of the world… rejoice! :)

  5. Funny interview. I posted it on the Facebook “Not Forgotten” fan group for other people to check it out.

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