The Premiere (film)
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"The Premiere" is the eighth TV movie on the part documentary and part rock-mockumentary musical comedy series The Naked Brothers Band, which was created by Polly Draper. The Premiere aired on Saturday, April 11, 2009. The premise of The Premiere is that The Naked Brothers Band "Musical Mystery Movie" premieres. It also features guest appearances by Victoria Justice from Zoey 101.
|The Naked Brothers Band episode|
|Episode no.||Season 3|
|Directed by||Jonathan Judge|
|Written by||Michael Rubiner & Bob Mittenthal and Polly Draper|
|Produced by||Polly Draper (showrunner)|
|Featured music||Nat Wolff|
|Cinematography by||Ken H. Keller|
|Editing by||Craig Cobb|
|Production code||307-308/ 992|
|Original air date||April 11, 2009|
Everything is finally finished for the premiere of The Naked Brothers Band "Musical Mystery Movie". Now the band has to go through the press release and the red carpet! Nat, hearing about Rosalina wanting to be back in the band, has to decide, along with the rest of the band, whether to keep their new bass player, Kristina, or agree to let Rosalina back in the band. The director that Cooper replaced is still out to get revenge on the Naked Brothers band for firing him as a director.
Plus, the publicist for the movie tells the band that each of them need to bring a date to the premiere with them. Alex thinks his hair can tell the future if you ask it a question, but in reality, can it? Who will Nat choose? Rosalina the love of his life? Or Kristina the girl who was inspired by his music? Plus, what about his date? So he picks all of them. He ends up with all his girl fans as dates along with Rosalina, Victoria Justice, and Kristina. He arrives at the premiere in an ice cream truck.
On the red carpet, Nat shouts out to Victoria Justice that he's available. Nat tells Rosalina he loves her leaving her confused and then he kisses Kristina after she accidentally spills ice cream on his tuxedo. The film ends with the band performing "Just a Girl I Know".
|Nat Wolff||2007–Present||"Nat": ages 9–14, Lead singer-songwriter/keyboardist and occasional guitarist friends with Rosalina and Kristina|
|Alex Wolff||2007–Present||"Alex": ages 6–11, Drummer and occasional Lead singer-songwriter|
|Thomas Batuello||2007–Present||"Thomas": ages 9–14, Cellist, Bassist|
|Allie DiMeco||2007–Present||"Rosalina": ages 11–16, Bassist, 2nd Guitarist friends with Nat And Kristina|
|David Julian Levi||2007–Present||"David": ages 9–13, Keyboardist|
|Qaasim Middleton||2007–Present||"Qaasim": ages 11–13, Guitarist|
|Cooper Pillot||2007–Present||"Cooper": ages 9–13, Band Manager|
|Jesse Draper||2007–Present||"Jesse Cook": Band tutor and singer/dancer|
|Kristina Reyes||March 14, 2009- June 13, 2009||"Kristina": ages 15–15, Bassist friends with Nat And Rosalina|
|Michael Wolff||2007–Present||"Mr. Sonny Wolff (Dad)"|
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