Celebrities, Paparazzi Battle in New Movie

Arguments between photographers and Hollywood's biggest stars get ugly in "Sell-ebrity."
2:24 | 12/21/12

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Right now, we have the insight on what it takes to get the candid celebrity shots. The battle between stars and photographers can get pretty ugly. And you can see it all in the new movie, "celebrity." Reporter: Ever wonder what happens before those pictures end up in the glossy magazines? Photographers chase, celebrities run, cameras flash. It's a really weird, scary feeling. Disoriented. You can't see in front of you. It's false imprisonment. I can't get away. I can't get out. Reporter: In today's celebrity culture, fame equals paparazzi. And now, some of the most famous faces dodging the cameras are speaking out. Get that shot, no matter what. Reporter: It's called "sellebrity." And the man behind it is no stranger to cameras himself, kevin mazzur. When you see the photo, you usually see the celebrity. They're not shooting a wide shot to show you the mayhem. Reporter: Sarah jessica parker opens up about the first time that mayhem bothered her. I started crying. And I said to the photographers, please, don't chase me. I'm pregnant. And they kept following me. And I went into a building. And there was a couple. And they were on a motorcycle. And they saw me crying. And she and I traded clothing. And I got on the back of her boyfriend's motorcycle. She walked out in my clothes. He took me elsewhere and dropped me off. Reporter: But do a-listers owe some of their status to the paparazzi? Yeah. I kind of asked for this life. And kind of knew this was part of it that comes with it. The way the magazines make money, they make money for me. Reporter: While others try to fight back. I do feel sorry for them because it's hard. The paparazzi would start at michael douglas' house. And going to sarah jessica's house. And then hugh jackman's house, and watch them bringing their kids to school. Reporter: It's life in the fish bowl. For "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. And "sellebrity" opens in SELECT CITIES ON JANUARY 11th. So many of us are busy

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