The world premiere of Pixar's Monsters University was held in Los Angeles at the El Capitan theater on Hollywood Blvd. Before the screening, there was a monstrous tailgate that featured a performance by the M.U. marching band and pep squad, who donned colorful wigs and monster makeup.
The super model looked scary good in a white maxi dress and scarlet lipstick at the premiere of Monsters University. The Victoria's Secret angel walked the blue carpet with her 4-year-old daughter, Anja, who struck a pose with some blue M.U. pompoms.
The 2 Broke Girls actress posed with one of the big, blue stars of the film, Sulley, outside the El Capitan Theatre. Behrs voices the girly monsters of the M.U. Python Nu Kappa sorority.
In the film, Crystal reprises his role as the hard working Mike Wazowski, the little green monster with a big eye and an even bigger heart. Monster University follows Mike and Sulley (John Goodman) as they traverse the uncertain terrain of higher education.
Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis
Day posed for pictures with his wife and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia costar, Mary Elizabeth Ellis. The Horrible Bosses actor lends his voice to the lovable philosophy major Art, a member of Mike and Sulley's Oozma Kappa fraternity.
The Middle actress attended the Monsters University premiere at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles on June 17.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale
The No Doubt singer made the premiere a family affair, bringing her two kids to the night's festivities. At the pre-screening tailgate the rock star family enjoyed many monster-themed games, including EEK Ball and Sulley's Shuffle Air Hockey.
The Dancing with the Stars professional looked pretty in pink as she posed for pictures at the Monsters University world premiere with her pint-sized date.
Melissa Joan Hart
The Melissa and Joey actress, wearing a short patterned, red and white frock, stole a kiss from her nine month old son, Tucker.
Raini and Rico Rodriguez
The Modern Family actor attended the premiere with his older sister Raini, an actress on Disney's Austin & Ally.
Robert Iger and Billy Crystal
Iger, the chief executive of The Walt Disney Company, posed with Monsters actor Billy Crystal and the film's two animated heroes, Mike and Sulley. In 2006, Iger oversaw Disney's successful acquisition of Pixar Animation.
The Disney actor struck a funny pose with James P. Sullivan at the Monsters University world premiere in Los Angeles at the El Capitan Theatre. Roshon stars on Disney Channel's Shake It Up!.
The Will & Grace alum voices the dance major Terri with an "I," one half of the the two Terries, a monster that is a brother in the Oozma Kappa fraternity. Hayes told The Hollywood Reporter that "Pixar is the greatest company to work for in the world. They are so down to earth and supportive of talent, and they take the time to treat all of their employees wonderfully. They are fantastic."
Taylor Spreitler and Melissa Joan Hart
Joan Hart poses with her Melissa & Joey costar, Taylor Spreitler, who plays her onscreen daughter.
Tito Ortiz and Billy Crystal
The UFC fighter and the ten-time Oscar host were all smiles when standing next to Monster University's Mike and Sulley at the film's world premiere in Los Angeles.
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