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Just when you think you've heard every title of a movie, comes along a unique title, How To Eat Fried Worms. This was the premier of New Line Cinema and Walden Media film at Johnny Brenden's theaters at the Palms Hotel & Casino. The movie is about an 11-year old named Billy, played by Luke Benward, who inadvertently challenges the school bully on his first day at a new school. To save face and earn respect of his new classmates, Billy agrees to a bet that will determine his fate at the school - whether or not he can eat 10 worms in one day. It is one hilarious movie and it stars 2 Las Vegas kids,

Cast of How To Eat Fried Worms with interviewer, Anthony
Adam Hicks and Ryan Malgarini. Both young men have acted in their share of movies. Hicks - in The Shaggy Dog, The 12 Dogs of Christmas, and Down and Derby. Malgarini was in Benjy - (Chef-Worm Cooker), Freaky Friday, Go Figure, and Malcolm in the Middle. When asked what it was like to make the movie, both kids said it was a breeze and a lot of fun. Robert Dolman, the writer and director for the movie, when asked what it was like working with kids as opposed to adults stated, Kids are great to work with, you don't have to deal with egos like you do with adults. Other celebrities who attended the event were illusionist David Darkstone, Eddie Mekka who played the Big Ragoo on Laverne & Shirley, and Johnny Brenden and Diva, to mention a few. This event benefited Brooke Alden who was diagnosed with a childhood bone cancer known as Osteosarcoma. The 11-year old said that she looked forward to finishing her treatments and was honored with a Proclamation from Mayor Oscar Goodman. Goodman also presented keys to the city to all of the actors in the film. We commend Johnny Brenden for his contribution in helping the Candlelighter's for Childhood Cancer of Southern Nevada, a non-profit organization, to raise money for Brook Alden and for his continued efforts in bringing premiers to his theater.
Johnny Brenden with Diva
Brenden, as a child, suffered from several childhood illnesses which he overcame. He also took over the vision that Ted Mann, his grandfather, instilled in him. Today, his vision uses the highest and foremost technology for movie theaters as well as design.