As fans shouted his name, the man who plays James Bond turned to the crowd and waved, flashbulbs flashing in his face and reflecting off his shades.
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Max Greenfield of “New Girl” stopped to sign an autograph for bleacher sitter Arturo Vargas, just after Vargas’ mom, Patricia, remarked that she had the best seats outside the house.
She and her 22-year-old film student son’s bleacher seats were next to the area where the Golden Globes’ very own camera crew had set up.
As a result, just about everybody who was anybody stopped to say hello to their fans on their way into the Golden Globes show.
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Film students Arturo Vargas and Renee Huesca snagged front row seats for the Golden Globe Awards bleachers, with Vargas providing some veteran commentary to his fellow fans.
This is the third time the 22-year-old Vargas has attended the show and this year he was accompanied by his mother, Patricia, and aunt Claudia Verdes, who traveled from Mexico City to take in the event.
Verdes craned to get a photo of “Nashville” star Hayden Panettiere and Vargas’ mom. She joked that she planned to play paparazzi later and sell it to her nephew.
Vargas, meanwhile, fielded questions as stars arrived on the carpet.
He’s hoping to eventually become a science fiction writer and director.
Huesca, also 22, says she hopes she might be walking down that red carpet herself someday.
“I’ve already thought about what I would say when interviewed,” she said.View Entire Story
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