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"Breaking Bad" actor Aaron Paul and fiancé Lauren Parsekian, arrived together and walked the red carpet for the premiere of "Zarkana" by Cirque du Soleil at ARIA Resort & Casino.  (Courtesy photo)
Hollywood director Francis Ford Coppola hits the red carpet premiere of “Zarkana” (Aria) with cast alongside. Coppola is the uncle of actor Nicolas Cage. (Courtesy photo) 

Harry Shum Jr. with the JABBAWOCKEEZ crew at Gold Lounge (Aria) prior to the red carpet/“Zarkana” premiere.  (Courtesy photo)

Jennette McCurdy, from Nickelodeon’s "iCarly," made a cameo appearance at the Las Vegas premiere of Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil. The starlette was pulled up on stage by two clowns, and prompted her to participate in the ‘electric chair’ scene resulting in a ‘romantic’ moment between all three.  (Courtesy photo)


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