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Twentieth Century Fox have teamed up up with The Children’s Society and ebay.co.uk to launch an exclusive Attic Amnesty Auction to raise money for The Children’s Society to coincide with the release of Twentieth Century Fox’s new movie Aliens in the Attic, in cinemas this August.
The 10 day auction starts tonight Thursday 6 August at 7pm and runs until Sunday 16 August. A host of celebrities from both the UK and the US have raided their attics in support. Celebrities who have donated so far include: Sir Tom Jones, Alesha Dixon, Sir John Major, Kevin Pietersen, Lemar, The Saturdays, Emma Watson, JLS, Julie Walters, Dame Shirley Bassey, Simon Webbe, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Katie Melua, Boyzone and stars of the film itself Ashley Tinsdale (High School Musical) and Robert Hoffman (Step Up 2; The Streets).
The ten-day auction starts tonight Thursday 6 August at 7pm and runs until Sunday 16 August. To see what relics have been discovered and to start bidding for a chance to win and raise money for The Children’s Society go to www.aliensintheatticmovie.co.uk/ebay
ALIENS IN THE ATTIC is a family adventure comedy starring Ashley Tisdale (High School Musical) and Robert Hoffman (Step Up 2: The Streets). When the Pearson’s go on holiday, little do they know that their holiday home is soon to be invaded by knee high aliens on a mission to destroy the Earth!
The film starts with the Pearson’s arriving for their summer holiday at a three-story holiday house in the middle of nowhere. Stuart Pearson (Kevin Nealon) and his wife Nina (Gillian Vigman) head a family that includes adorable seven-year-old, Hannah (Ashley Boettcher); 15-year-old Tom (Carter Jenkins), a techno-geek whose grades have gone south; and big sister Bethany (Ashley Tisdale), who’s just returned from a secret outing with boyfriend Ricky Dillman (Robert Hoffman).
Tom takes charge when the kids come to realise that the mind control device that the aliens have implanted in Ricky only works on grownups, giving them a fighting chance against the invaders. But with that comes the extra responsibility to protect the adults by keeping the aliens’ existence a secret.
As the battle continues, the laughs, action and danger escalate. But the kids rise to the occasion, finding new strengths and self-sufficiency. It soon becomes clear that the aliens never stood a chance….