Gina Rodriguez and Fifth Harmony attend 'The Star' premiere in LA (10 images)
Gina Rodriguez, Zachery Levi and Fifth Harmony walked the white carpet for "The Star" premiere in Los Angeles on Sunday. The narrative of the film follows a small but brave donkey and his animal friends become the unsung heroes of the first Christmas. The film also features voice acting from Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey and Tracey Morgan, among others. Photos by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Cast members Zachary Levi (L) and Gina Rodriguez, pictured here, are the voices of Joseph and Mary in the film. Gina Rodriguez is known for her work in the Netflix show "Jane the Virgin" and will voice the title character in Netflix's upcoming animation "Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?" Levi isn't new to animation as he voiced Flynn Rider in Disney's "Tangled" and is set to star in the upcoming comic book adaptation of "Shazam!" | License Photo
Singers Dinah Jane, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke and Lauren Jauregui (L-R) of Fifth Harmony recorded "Can You See" for the movie's soundtrack.
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Director of "The Star" Timothy Reckart, pictured here, said of the overall message of the film, "I think the story about importance and greatness is really at the heart of Christmas story, which is about God doing this really great thing coming to Earth as the savior but under a very, very humble ordinary appearance of a baby born to two peasants in a barn, not even in a house. So I hope that also parallels the story that Bo has. He wants to do something great and important but in the end he realizes that the thing that’s truly great is this thing that does not look glamorous." | License Photo
Brothers Kye, Khaden and Kavah Harris (L-R) of the South Chicago pop rock band Saving Forever sang a cover of Stevie Wonder's "What Christmas Means to Me" for the film's soundtrack. | License Photo
Producer Jennifer Magee-Cook (L) and her husband, photographer Stewart Cook, walk the white carpet. | License Photo
Actor Terry Crews (L) and his wife Rebecca King-Crews (R) attend the premiere with their children. "Blended" star Crews has spoken about the importance of family saying, "What I like to compare it to is like when you have a broken bone and it fuses together and it heals, it becomes stronger. It's kind of like the blended family is a stronger family because there is a lot more to overcome to be together." | License Photo
Actress Jessica Hall attends the premiere with her daughter Sophie Carlson. Jessica recently welcomed a baby boy with her husband Kyle Carlson this past September. | License Photo
"Lethal Weapon" star Chandler Kinney walks the white carpet.
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The "Selena" actress Constance Marie poses for the cameras on the white carpet. | License Photo
"Modern Family" actress Aubrey Anderson-Emmons smiles on the white carpet. | License Photo