Admiral General Aladeen, Stars Hit the Red Carpet for ‘The Dictator’ Premiere in London

by Ashley Bodul, Paramount Pictures
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A booted Lamborghini didn’t deter His Excellency Admiral General Aladeen from attending the London premiere of his new movie “The Dictator” Thursday evening – the Wadiyan leader arrived at the Royal Festival Hall on the back of a tow truck.

“Sorry I am late.  I was doing some shopping at the British Home Stores and I got clamped,” he explained.  “I refuse to pay your parking rates.  Two pounds for seven minutes?  And they call me the international war criminal!”

Aladeen, who has starred in 120 Wadiyan films, including “When Harry Kidnapped Sally” and “You’ve Got Mail Bomb,” was clearly enjoying the attention as he spoke with reporters and posed for photos with his virgin guards.

The secret to the Supreme Leader’s big screen success?  “I kidnapped the cameraman’s wife and his family and so he did not have much choice,” said Aladeen. “I’m joking, I didn’t.  I did take his brother though.”

“The Dictator” is in theaters tomorrow, May 16. As a primer, you can check out footage from the premiere below.

Slideshow Photo Credit: Dave Hogan/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures

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