Tia Mowry of 'Sister, Sister' believes in aliens?
A pregnant Tia Mowry, star of "Sister, Sister," and "The Game," recently accompanied her husband Cory Hardrict to the Los Angeles premiere of his new sci-fi film "Battle: Los Angeles" and shared her thoughts on the possibility of actual alien life.
" I'm not going to say yes and I'm not going to say no," Mowry, 32, told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "I do believe that something is out there. Are they aliens? I'm not sure. To believe that we're the only form of life existing, I think that's kind of crazy to believe that. I do believe that there's something else out there. I just don't know what."
Mowry is due to give birth to her and Hardrict's first child, a son, in July. She and the 31-year-old actor married in 2008.
In "Battle: Los Angeles," set for release on Friday, March 11, a platoon of troops battle aliens who invade Earth. Hardrict plays Cpl. Jason Lockett. The movie is directed by Jonathan Liebesman and also stars Michelle Rodriguez, Aaron Eckhart and Bridget Moynahan.
Mowry rose to fame starring on the sitcom "Sister, Sister" with her twin Tamara in the 1990s. She later appeared in films such as "The Hot Chick" and before she was cast as Melanie Barnett on the show "The Game." Hardrict has also appeared on the series.