Intimate Press Club Launch of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 for Home Entertainment
The World Loves Melbourne was invited to Press Club for the launch of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 launch for home entertainment.
Guests were served an exclusive 3 course menu from George Calombaris. Representatives of Universal Sony Pictures from Sydney attended the event. What a feast!
Guests mingling before our long lunch with glass of bubbly in hand.
George Calombaris spoke of his passion for all things Greek, highlights of the film, and was super engaging at the guest tables.
The loveable and funny Portokalos family has returned and is as uncontrollable as ever, in the long-awaited sequel to the highest-grossing romant c comedy of all t me. Writ en by, and starring Academy Award® nominee, NIA VARDALOS (My Big Fat Greek Wedding, I Hate Valent ne’s Day), the beloved clan reunite to celebrate the biggest, Greekest wedding yet. The original ensemble reprise their roles in My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, available to own on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital with UltraViolet™ from July 7.
An elegant menu full of class designed for the event by George Calombaris.
Jumping forward 10 years from the fi rst wedding, Toula (Vardalos) and Ian (JOHN CORBETT, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Raising Helen) have raised their now 17-year-old daughter Paris (ELENA KAMPOURIS, Men, Women & Children, Labor Day) in the heart of Toula’s extended Greek family. Like most mothers, Toula is at odds with her daughter who is eager to set out on her own. As Paris grapples with her family’s expectations of her, a Portokalos family secret brings three generat ons of family members together.
An unexpected wedding threatens to disrupt the clan’s delicate balance, either bringing them all together or putting them all at odds as they prepare for the most unforget able wedding yet! Viewers will be laughing as they cry, as they fall in love with the hilarious and heartwarming family all over again. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is available to own on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital with UltraViolet™ from July 7.
Taramasalata dip with loukoumathes. Indulgent and compelling.
Rhubarb and liquorice!
A highlight was the ode to George's childhood; the Hills Hoist with pegs of delicate chocolate and blow torched marshmallows.