It’s all up to Hilary Swank. As Claire she has the world’s most important job, she is in charge of the ball that drops in Times Square. Michelle Pfeiffer decides to make her life better with the help of Zac Efron. Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy) is catering the biggest party of the year and the entertainment happens to be her ex, Jon Bon Jovi. Fed up with all the hoopla Ashton Kutcher (Two and a Half Men) vows to stay home but fate has other plans. Screen legend Robert DeNiro plays Stan a man who is fighting to see one more new year come in. Sarah Jessica Parker fights her image as a a mom who refuses to let her daughter out on New Year’s Eve and Josh Duhamel plays a man who refuses to grow up, and what is New Year’s with out a a race for the first birth? Jessica Biel(7th Heaven) and Sarah Paulson(Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) compete for the title.
A memorable soundtrack plays well with a beautiful ballad sang by Jon Bon Jovi and a special treat for Glee fans, Lea Michele puts a special touch on an old favorite.
The movie also features Abigail Breslin, Seth Meyers, Larry Miler, Halle Berry, Sofia Vergara, Comman, Ludacris, Hector Elizondo, Alyssa Milano and many more. Garry Marshall directed this celebrity fueled feature, so start the Celebration!
New Year’s Eve is rated PG13 and opens nationwide on December 9, 2011.