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On the Red Carpet with Hugo

Kid Reporter talks to stars of new 3D adventure based on The Invention of Hugo Cabret

By Grace McManus | November 22 , 2011

On Monday, November 21, New York hosted the red-carpet premiere of Hugo, the big-screen adaptation of The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick. Kid Reporter Grace McManus. Grace interviewed young stars Asa Butterfield and Chloe Grace Moretz, as well as Sir Ben Kingsley, screenwriter John Logan, and author Brian Selznick about making the movie.

Hugo opens in theaters around the country on November 23.

Click play to watch Grace's report!

red carpet premiere video of hugo
 
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