On Tuesday, July 8, the 20th Century Fox held a special celebration for their latest comedy movie "Meet Dave". Marking the first screening of the Eddie Murphy-starring film, the studio rolled down red carpet in front of the Mann Village Theatre in Westwood, California for the film's world premiere.
Attending the special event were some of the cast ensemble, Elizabeth Banks, Gabrielle Union, Ed Helms, Scott Caan and Marc Blucas, and director Brian Robbins. One of the film's stars left unspotted on the special night was Murphy. The comedian could not attend the premiere because he is said to be shooting for his other movie "A Thousand Words".
Though the premiere was not attended by Murphy, it doesn't mean that it lacks of other celebrity guests. Also making an appearance on the red carpet were Claudia Jordan, Jake Austin, Ryan Ochoa, Jo Champa, Hutch Parker, Tim Duncan and many others.
Directed by Robbins using a script written by Bill Corbett and Rob Greenberg, "Meet Dave" follows a bunch of mini-sized humanoid aliens boarding a ship in the form of human being named Dave Ming Chang. The movie will be available to be seen in the theaters this coming Friday on July 11.