Trevor Rabin, the music director, who created the atmospheric music for the movie, was the first to walk down and talk to us.
Ryan Newman, who plays young Marley on Hannah Montana and now has a role on Zeke and Luther graciously talked to us as well as Vincent and Alex Martella. Vincent plays the voice of Phineas on Phineas and Ferb while Alex plays the voice of Robin on the new animated Batman and Robin.
Vincent DePaul (Mr. Bates) strolled by to say hello to us.
Tyler Patrick Jones (Connor in the film) walked just behind young musician/actor Steve Rushton. Starting on stage at the age of 8, Steve has been composing and singing songs since then. Steve’s song Ready to Rocket appears in the film and he has written songs for Race to Witch Mountain and Hannah Montana. His new CD will appear in Sept . Truly a gifted young man.
Jack Conley (Agent Trigstad) and Gabriel Casseus (Agent Carter) also strolled by giving their hellos and joined Chelsea Gilligan (Miss California Teen USA.) She’s working hard to help various charities and hopes to compete on the national level very shortly.
Jennifer Stone (Wizards of Waverly Place) and Debby Ryan (The Suite Life on Deck) and Adam Hicks (Zeke and Luther) also made their appearance along with country music star, Shea Fisher.
Unfortunately the main people like Jerry Bruckheimer, the Executive Producer; Hoyt H. Yeatman Jr, Director; and Nicholas Cage (the voice of Speckles) chose to evade the reporters and sneak in through a back entrance.
After our interviews, we went across the street to the Kodak Theatre where the G Force Experience was just opening up.
An amazing place for kids to have fun and experience some of the adventures of the little heroes, it provides spy maps ready for coloring, geographical topogophy, a training site for the new agents, pictures and other fun things like jugglers, a bug squash game, an arcade area and a theatre for live performances. The kids seemed especially drawn to the encryption corridor and target toasters, another arcade like game and the gizmo derby.
A ticket for the movie and the attraction – about 31/2 hours of time costs $20 and a VIP Ticket, which gives you a reserved seat and large refreshments costs only $28.
Tickets can be had by calling 800 DISNEY6 or logging onto www.elcapitantickets.com.
More information about G Force can be had at www.Disney.com/G-Force.
The film officially opens on July 24 and will stay at the El Capitan until September 7, 2009