Tuesday, April 04, 2006

The Comedic Version of 'Alien Autopsy' Draws Many British Celebs To Premiere

Alien Autopsy
Hello Magazine

Ant & Dec     TV's kings of light entertainment, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, celebrated their big screen debut by inviting an array of famous faces to the premiere of their comedy Alien Autopsy.

Celebs such as comic David Baddiel, footballer Ashley Cole and his fiancée Cheryl Tweedy of Girls Aloud fame turned out on Monday to support the Geordie duo. They were also joined at the bash by Strictly Coming Dancing presenter Tess Daly and husband Vernon Kay.

Based on a true story, Ant and Dec's first foray into film follows two UFO enthusiasts as they try to convince the public they've filmed a real life UFO autopsy.

After spending an hour greeting fans on the 'green' carpet, the popular presenters revealed they believe in extraterrestrial life. "It's naïve to think we're the only intelligent life source out there," said 30-year-old Dec.

Despite an admission from the cheeky pair that the highlight of the experience was being airbrushed for the film's promotional material, there are no plans in the offing for "an assault on Tinseltown".

They'll be kept far too busy with their TV work until the end of 2007. Next up on the agenda this year is a joint interview with Princes William and Harry alongside their father. The three royals agreed to the grilling to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Prince's Trust.

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See Also: Another Look at "The Alien Autopsy Film"


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