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This originally aired in 2001. Here it is.
Jim Carrey, who plays Count Olaf in A Series of Unfortunate Events, will appear on the Today Show (NBC) December 14, as well as Live with Regis and Kelly (ABC).
The young Australian actress who plays Violet Baudelaire spoke to SciFi.com about her upcoming role.
"I'm not really an inventor like Violet, I'm more of a reader like Klaus" Browning said. "That's what's kind of cool about this film. It has the moral, I guess, of kids being able to stick together and overcome all this, but you know that more bad stuff is going to happen."
Browning added that she didn't mind that the story had a moral, because the filmmakers told it from a kid's perspective.
"Even though these kids are going to suffer pretty much their whole lives, they're going to be OK," she said. "You know that through all this terrible stuff happening they're going to be OK, because they're really tough. But I think it's great, because it shows kids and they have no adult allies. The adults are either horrible to them, or they're just not listening to them. These kids are completely alone, and I think it's good for kids to see other kids being able to deal with things by themselves."
Lemony Snicket opens nationwide Dec. 17.
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Only 6 more days until A Series of Unfortunate Events comes out. I plan on going in costume (and I thought the LOTR fans were weird for showing up to premieres in costume). Any ideas on how I can find a shirt with fishnet sleeves? I came across a young girl and her brother who dressed up as the Baudelaire orphans in this blog.