The movie’s producers contacted the Fox-affiliate after seeing Torres and Laurel’s original broadcast on YouTube and asked if they could purchase the clip, according to the Fresno Bee.
“Neither Anna nor I knew we were going to be in one of the movie’s trailers until some of our colleagues, friends, told us they were seeing it on television,” Torres said.
Here’s a clip of the original newscast from last July, in which Torress and Laurel report on a “real” UFO sighting over Fresno:
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