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Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (1)

Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (1)

Dave (Eddie Murphy) is shocked by some unexpected micro-boogying happening atop his shoulder in “Meet Dave”.
Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Meet Dave (2)

Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Meet Dave (2)

The Captain (Eddie Murphy) and #3 (Gabrielle Union) find romance inside a vessel modeled after the Captain in “Meet Dave”.
Photo credit: Bruce McBroom

Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Meet Dave (3)

Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Meet Dave (3)

The micro-sized Captain (Eddie Murphy) and #3 (Gabrielle Union) ponder their next move after things go awry inside their vessel in “Meet Dave”.
Photo credit: Bruce McBroom

Austyn Lind Myers, Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (4)

Austyn Lind Myers, Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (4)

Josh Morrison (Austyn Lind Myers, left) marvels at Dave’s (Eddie Murphy) out-of-this-world video game skills in “Meet Dave”.
Photo credit: Bruce McBroom

Brian Robbins, Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (5)

Brian Robbins, Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (5)

Director Brian Robbins (left) and Eddie Murphy rehearse a scene on the set of “Meet Dave”.
Photo credit: Bruce McBroom

Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Meet Dave (6)

Eddie Murphy, Gabrielle Union, Meet Dave (6)

Micro-sized humanoids the Captain (Eddie Murphy) and #3 (Gabrielle Union) are pursued by a rubbery object previously unknown to them in “Meet Dave”.
Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (7)

Eddie Murphy, Meet Dave (7)

Dave (Eddie Murphy) enjoys his first visit to a clothing retailer in “Meet Dave”.
Photo credit: Bruce McBroom

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