Hollywood met history Thursday night at the Smithonian's Air and Space Museum.
The red carpet was rolled out for the stars of "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian."
If you were anywhere near the National Mall, you may have caught a glimpse of the likes of Ben Stiller, Amy Adams, Owen Wilson, Robin Williams, and Hank Azaria.
If you happened to be inside for the movie's premiere, you may have heard Williams plotting to stir up some trouble with the museum's aircraft displays.
"We're gonna start touching stuff and jumping in the cockpit," said the comedian, who reprises his role as Teddy Roosevelt in the movie.
Attending the premiere was also a homecoming for one of the film's lesser-known stars, Jon Bernthal, who plays gangster Al Capone. Bernthal grew up in Cabin John, Md., and went to the Sidwell Friends school.
"It's pretty great," Bernthal said. "Everyone else is staying at a fancy hotel. I'm staying with my mom."
The film shows the first movie scenes ever to be shot inside a Smithsonian museum.
"We loved the first film, which they should have done here," said Smithsonian Institution Secretary Wayne Clough. "So the opportunity to bring them here was just terrific."