The “Girls” cast attended the HBO-hosted New York City season two premiere last night, Jan. 9, and @GirlsHBO posted Instagram photos of Lena Dunham and her fellow cast members on the red carpet holding up signs saying “I resolve to” at the top with #resolutionsGIRLSbreak on the bottom, on which they filled in their resolutions.
Series writer-director-star Lena Dunham (Hannah) resolved to “wake up within 2 hours of my alarm.” Dunham’s co-star, Allison Williams (Marnie), resolved to “M.O. with Lena Dunham.” Zosia Mamet (Shoshanna) resolved to “eat less greens.”
“Girls” Executive Producer Jenni Konner resolved “not to make resolutions” and Costume Designer Jenn Rogien resolved to “eat more flax seeds “.
As for the “Girls” men, Christopher Abbott (Charlie) resolved to “have a resolution for 2014,” Alex Karpovsky (Ray) resolved to “get to know you better,” and Andrew Rannells (Elijah), resolved to “watch less TV.”
Missing from the red carpet resolution photo ranks were Jemima Kirke (Jessa) and Adam Driver (Adam). HBO did post a fun resolution for Driver’s character, Adam Sackler, on the “Girls” Facebook page that says, “I resolve to wear a shirt.”
We know, of course, they’re poking fun at the fact Adam spent over half of season one without a shirt and Hannah even pointed out she’d rarely seen him in one when she bumped into him at a party. Even more fun is the Fan Twitter page. Adam Sackler’s Chest, (@AdamsChest) that was created in his sexy, shirtless honor.
Do we really want Adam to keep this one?
Driver lit up the NYC premiere red carpet with the rest of the cast and Dunham and her three leading ladies looked stunning, all wearing different varieties of black attire.
Special “Girls Night Out” sneak peek HBO screenings of “Girls” season two, episodes one and two, are being shown in select cities, beginning Jan. 12 through Jan. 17, as listed on the “Girls” Facebook page. As noted, several screenings are currently sold out, but, will have standby lines at the venues. Click here for more information.
“Girls” makes its highly-anticipated season two premiere on Sunday, Jan. 13 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.