ARIZONA REPORTER




Entertainment - 17/07

ALIEN SPACESHIP CRASHES IN ARIZONA DESERT TOWN


Silver City, Ariz. - An unknown alien craft witnessed by Apache Nation members and locals has brought more than just tourism to this booming Arizona mining town. A communication blackout quickly resulted in the city council announcing a 'call to arms' against the illegal aliens. "They're hiding among us," one councilman shouted. "Communications with federal governing officials have failed and support seems meager from elsewhere," another called. A statement from the Mayor's Office said, "Were not dealing with these aliens anymore and we can only identify them by the real color of their skin." A rider was quickly dispatched to deliver the disposition of the towns dire situation affecting the citizens of Silver City, Arizona.


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Cowboys & Aliens (2011)



Universal Studios 2011 comic-to-screen adaptation by Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby in the hands of Director Jon Favreau and DreamWorks could bring more than just tourism to a beleaguered Arizona. Filming began in late June at the Randsburg, CA studio and select , NM locations plotting Silver City, Arizona as the latest in 'old west' alien sci-fi; breeding even the most ancient of American immigration relationships, "even shoulders" so-to-speak between the Apache Nation and settlers with many well known differences upon witnessing an alien spaceship crash land in their city. Is it really a fair gunfight if that dude has six eyes and an extra trigger finger?

Cast: Noah Ringer, Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford and Olivia Wilde
Opens: July 29, 2011

America, if you can't laugh about it, leave.

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