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E.T. Reunites With Elliott In Sky’s Blockbuster Christmas Advert

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E.T. Reunites With Elliott In Sky’s Blockbuster Christmas Advert

Were you a fan of the Sci-fi blockbuster ET?

The world’s most-beloved alien ET has returned back after staying 37years away on his own planet. In a twist to the 1982 Steven Spielberg movie, ET landed back on earth to meet his dated-back friend Elliott, who’s now very grown and married with two kids.

ET showed up unannounced at Christmas and in scenes reminiscent of the original, as he claps his eyes on Eliott’s two children, and all three screamed out loud in fear.

ET meets Elliott’s son in the Sky ad

And when the little alien came out of its hiding place (behind a snowman), he pointed at the boy and asked ‘Elliott?’ Zebastian Borjeau, a child actor played the role of Elliot Jnr and bears a resemblance with Star Henry Thomas, who shot to fame as the 10-year old student who was a friend to the lost extra-terrestrial being.  

The world’s most-beloved alien ET has returned back after staying 37years away on his own plane

ET landed back on earth to meet his dated-back friend Elliott, who’s now very grown and married with two kids

Avia Drews took on the Drew Barrymore part as his sister and when viewers came to terms with seeing ET back on screen in a two-minute Christmas for the sky, Adult Elliot –Henry makes a surprise appearance and ET know it was HIM.

ET poses for a photo with Elliott’s family

Softly says ‘Eliott’ again,  his adult friend looks at him and also said: ‘You came back’.  After this, ET was introduced to the family and Eliott Snr told him: ‘A lot has changed since you were here.’

And also had personal time with Elliott junior

However, Sky’s blockbuster Holiday Reunion was scheduled for first screening online on Thursday as the United Kingdom and the United States show it simultaneously before running across Sky channels from 9pm.

Grown-up Elliott taking photos with his phone

On the other hand, Sky revealed ET’homecoming was ideal for its Reconnect this Christmas message, adding that it’s an hour to bring back ET to Earth in the new festive short story. The awarding-winning Sci-fi blockbuster ET broke box office records in the 80s and a year after its release in 1982, it garnered £479million globally.

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