“Things are moving with the project,” he wrote. “The Novels, Films and NonFiction works are blooming and finishing. Just had a preliminary meeting with Spielberg’s Chief Operating Officer at DreamWorks. More meetings are now on the books- I would like to bring two very ‘important’ people out to meet you in DC. I think you will find them very interesting, as they were principal leadership relating to our sensitive topic.”
“I hope so, just because it will make things more interesting,” Jones said. “It’s nice to think that there’s another planet with other things going on and that we’re not, you know, the center of the universe.”
Former President Jimmy Carter not only believed in the possibility of life on other planets, he also claimed to have seen a UFO in Georgia. Carter actually talked about the incident while campaigning, even going so far as promising to make government files on UFOs available to the public if elected. (Carter never followed through on that promise, however, much to the chagrin of alien enthusiasts.) Can you imagine a presidential candidate running on an Area 51 platform today?
Lovato recently told Seth Meyers not only that she knows aliens exist but also that she believes mermaids are possible. She went on to say that mermaids could be an “alien species that lives in the Indian Ocean,” which explains so many… no, wait, it doesn’t explain anything.
OK, maybe it won’t make you go “Whoa!” to find out that Keanu Reeves believes in aliens, but doesn’t it just feel right to see his name on this list? The actor, who practically built his career in sci-fi, has confirmed that he simply finds the universe too vast to deny the presence of little green men. We’d like to suggest he recruit a few of them and make Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure in Space.
Jaden Smith took things up a notch by getting President Obama involved, apparently asking the president if aliens were real. According to Smith, the president neither confirmed nor denied the existence of little green men. What is it with presidents so consistently sidestepping this issue?
The Alien star is not only a believer but a conspiracy theorist as well. She once told the German magazine TV Spielfilm, “We are not alone in the universe. I think there’s a department in our government that is exclusively dedicated to quashing reports about aliens. And that’s so unfair.”
Nick Jonas once saw three flying saucers when he was younger, so, naturally, he believes in aliens.
He told Seth Meyers on Late Night, “When I was 14, I was in my backyard playing basketball with some friends and I looked up into the sky and there was three flying saucers. Everyone said it was a movie, but I was convinced it was real. So I looked it up online and there was three identical sightings in other states. So I’m a firm believer in aliens and extraterrestrial life.”
This Ghostbuster believes in ETs, but he doesn’t think we’ve made a very good impression on them. “They don’t want anything to do with us. I don’t think we will ever have a formal relationship, a formal contact, with any alien species out there — especially after 9/11, when we broke our toys in the sandbox,” Aykroyd said on CNN’s Larry King Live. “If they were observing that, good-bye human race.”
Remember Fran Descher from The Nanny? She believes she was abducted by aliens.
“You know, it’s funny because Peter (Fran’s ex-husband) and I both saw [aliens] before we knew each other,” she told Huffington Post, “doing the same thing, driving on the road with our dads. We were both in junior high. A few years later, we met, and we realized that we had the same experience. I think that somehow we were programmed to meet. We both have this scar. It’s the exact same scar on the exact same spot.”
Famous Scientologist Tom Cruise not only believes in aliens, he reportedly built a $10 million bunker to protect himself in case Xenu (the evil dictator of the “Galactic Confederacy,” according to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard) attacks Earth.
Our girl KoKo is a firm believer in aliens — and she even believes the government is hiding ’em from us. After witnessing a bizarre streak across the sky, she tweeted out “UFOs are real!!!” Kendall chimed in, saying, “Khloe and I are freaking out right now over this UFO situation.”#WeAreNotAlone, indeed.