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'Mars Needs Moms!' Debuts New Clips and Holds Los Angeles Premiere

March 7, 2011 (9:26 am) GMT
The special screening takes place at the El Capital Theater in Hollywood, California on Sunday and has Seth Green, Dan Fogler and Mindy Sterling among the attendees.
'Mars Needs Moms!' Debuts New Clips and Holds Los Angeles Premiere

Walt Disney Pictures teases moviegoers about its upcoming release "" by debuting some new clips. A boy called Milo is sucked into a spaceship in the first clip and he is comforting underground earthman named Gribble who looks uneasy when a rebel Martian girl called Ki sees them in the other snippet.

In another promotional effort, Disney has held a Los Angeles premiere for the movie on Sunday, March 6 at the El Capital Theater. Voice cast including , , , Mindy Sterling and Elisabeth Harnois were present to support the event, with such young stars as , Sammi Hanratty and Daphne Blunt among the guests.

"Mars Needs Moms!" is a 3-D animation which follows nine-year-old Milo who struggles to get his mother back home as she is nabbed by Martians. With the help of tech-savvy Gribble and Ki, Milo just might find his way back to his mom in more ways than one.

The movie is directed by Simon Wells and is produced by the team behind Disney's "" and Warner Bros' "". It will be dropped in theaters across the nation on March 11.

'Mars Needs Moms!' clip 'Launched Into Space':


'Mars Needs Moms!' clip 'Best Buds':




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