Monday, February 6, 2012

Today Is The Day!

The Premier of Right To Love: An American Family is finally here! After three years of waiting...and some herculean patience on the part of our viewers....the movie is finally being shown outside of the circle of friends/family/and those who worked on the film. So the heat is on now.

I have to admit that I am excited and nervous as hell. There is going to be a whole lot of People at this event and even though I have seen the movie and personally love still feels like there is a lot riding on tonight. A premiere is like launching a ship for the first time and I want this movie to get off to a good I can't be shy, reclusive, bookworm  Bryan tonight. It's time to start the's time to light the lights. Oh wait...that's the Muppet Show.....Dam. But maybe if I just keep humming that song I won't hyperventilate, have a panic attack, throw up, or all three...

The evening will be a lot of fun with the hilarious TJ Kelso roasting us beforehand, getting a chance to hang out at the after party after the movie, The chance to meet and shake hands with Zach Wahls( so cute *sigh*) and just having a great night in the city...and all of it on the eve of the decision on Prop 8 tomorrow by the Ninth Circuit.

If your in the Bay Area and want to attend the movie, stop by Brown Paper Tickets online at:

I hope to see all of you at a showing near you soon And....

Until next time dear readers....


  1. Congrats! Enjoy and remember breath from your feet if you start getting panicky etc. It sounds silly but it works, I use it.(learned it from a coworker)

  2. Time to settle down and enjoy it now, Bryan. You've done all you can, you've lead the horse to water. The rest is left to the horse. This is a once in a life time thing, remember to enjoy it. All my love Holly xx

  3. Ho Bryan! Your family-fight-for-equal-rights-film is greatbecause you all are honest and unique. Just stay as you are - you are all wonderful ! And enjoy your night - enjoy the runors, the press, the flashlights, the lot of people around you and celebrate with you. All the best to you guys.

  4. I think you'll be fine. Ironically, you're likely to feel calmer there than you are at home in "freakout mode." Sometimes when people are all dressed up for an event, they seem to somehow "slip into character" in ways that aren't possible at home while in their grubbies. At least, that's what happens to me. Perhaps you're the same way.

    I would recommend though that you keep away from any additional caffeine beyond whatever you had this morning. For me, an upcoming nervous event amplifies the effects of caffeine had shortly before and not in a good way.

    Above all, remember you'll be among supportive folks and friends. You have fellow Youtubers over at your house all the time--people you previously didn't know in real life--and that is good experience and preparation for being comfortable with the people you'll be meeting tonight.

    Congratulations and enjoy this! YOu've earned it.

  5. Have a wonderful time. May the Force be with you.

  6. I hope you will blog AND vlog on what the experience is like of seeing yourselves on the BIG SCREEN. You guys are MOVIE STARS now!!
    ps: here's to the 9th circuit court's decision!

  7. i simply stumble upon your blog and fell in love with it :) have a great day and happy thursday!