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Sunday 23 November 2014

Dianna's alien accent experience

Dianna Agron stars in I Am Number four
Dianna Agron stars in I Am Number four

Dianna Agron has revealed she found herself being affected by all the different accents of her co-stars in new sci-fi adventure I Am Number Four.

The Glee beauty stars alongside British actor Alex Pettyfer and Australians Teresa and Callan McAuliffe in the film about a group of young aliens each given a number, who come to hide on earth, filmed by Mexican cinematographer Guillermo Navarro.

Speaking about her first impressions of Alex at the Los Angeles premiere, Dianna said: "I assumed he would have an accent and then it's funny because you're around all these, you know, Callan and Teresa are from Australia and Guillermo and all these accents were around me all the time, so every now and then I would find myself thinking, 'What do I sound like right now?'

"It's just this mix of all these fabulous people and fabulous accents so now I've somewhat been affected by it all."

The movie is based on a novel by Jobie Hughes and James Frey who have already written a second instalment.

Asked if she would be in a sequel Dianna said: "It does leave it open and they've finished the second book so it all depends on if this does well and takes off I guess."

Alex Pettyfer, who stars as Number Four, revealed he had been trying to find out what will happen in the next story.

He said: "I ran into James and I tried to get a brief down and he wouldn't give it to me.

"But we're just hoping that this is going to do well and gives us an opportunity to do something different."

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