Friday, March 26, 2010

Sneak Peeks, Audrey Winner and Cinema Inspired Creations


Good Morning Everyone!

Its Friday and we are so happy! The Audrey winner and Cinema Inspired creations are going to come later today but here is a little sneak peek to get you started!!! (Brooke is the master sneak peeker - but here is my attempt!!! lol!!) Will come back with another sneak peek soon!!

Sneak Peek#1

Sneak Peek #2

Big hugs,
The Cinema Sisters :)

9 comments:

Erica said...

The first thing that came to mind is "The Runaway Jury." It kind of looks like one of the headquarters. Who know? Can't wait to see more!

Anary said...

gezz got no clue!

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

well, I don't think I am even going to venture a guess on this one. Just anxiously wait to see what the moive is. :O)

Kathy said...

Well..I am a terrible TERRIBLE guesser. I am going to guess New Moon! I don't know if it is because I am a little OCD about the Twilight series or just wishful thinking (tee hee) but that is my guess. The first sneak looks like the street that Bella was walking down before she got on the motercycle. The second pic could be a light in the Cullens home..since they are kind of "fancy". I am sure I am wrong but that is my guess!:)

I look forward to what the good guessers come up with. They always amaze me!!:)

Jen Cuthbertson said...

Goodness, I didn't even realize there were two peeks until I read Kathy's comment, lol. I thought the first one was a bug or a really strange dividing line in your blog post! Now I think it looks like a parking garage so... Dangerous Liaisons! Yes, I stink at guessing! I sure hope I can play this week! I miss you all!!!

Carol Dunstan said...

oh no I hope it's not New Moon, it's not on dvd here for another fortnight! But now that you say that I think the second pic might be Carlisle's office

Juli Smith, SU! Demo said...

I think the second peek looks like a chandelier that I thought was in "Nights in Rodanthe" (Diane Lane & Richard Gere? Is that the right title?) lol

That first sneak peek - yeah, riiiiiight! heehee Good job Sankari!

Barbara said...

Well this time I can see it is a chandlier from what movie no idea!! The 1st peek is ust I cant even tell what that is! So my guess is that we are waiting

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