ArrivalPeople have been going nuts over that supposedly alien signal that originated from a nearby star (it came from Earth, sorry), but if you're eager for alien contact, then these two clips from "Arrival" will be just your thing.

"Arrival" is a sci-fi drama from "Sicario" director Denis Villeneuve, and it stars Amy Adams as a linguist tasked with making contact with an alien spacecraft that's landed on Earth.

In the first clip, Dr. Louise Banks (Adams) freaks everyone out when she takes off her protective helmet and suit. "They need to see me," she pleads, as she walks toward a smoky, mostly opaque wall in the ship.

The second clip shows Banks and the team of researchers and military personnel ascending into the terrifying, dark abyss of the craft.

"Arrival" also stars Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker and Michael Stuhlbarg, and makes its premiere at the Venice Film Festival this week. It opens in theaters November 11.

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Arrival
PG-132016
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A linguist leads a team of investigators to try and communicate with extraterrestrial visitors. Read More

December 8, 2016
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