Someone has pointed me out to the German Pearl Harbor site ( click here ). And in their site they have the 2nd trailer posted in hi-res Quicktime. The trailer also shows new footage. Note: the narration and dialogue is in German.
You can view the hi-res Quicktime versions for the 2nd trailer by clicking on the links below.
Well, it was a tough one selecting the winner. After reading all the submissions (some of them about 3 pages long), I have finally selected a winner (BTW, if you don’t like my decision, please don’t be e-mailing me and asking me why your submission didn’t win. There will always be a next time).
And the winner of the free Criterion Edition of The Rock is… James Cocherell.
So James, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize along with you mailing address.
For today’s update, I have a little fact that strengthens my idea that Pearl Harbor will be awesome film.
For the film, Michael Bay was allowed to film underwater at the Arizona memorial. To date, no other feature film has been permitted to do so.
The response for the free Criterion Edition DVD of The Rock has been overwhelming. I gotta tell you, some of you have sent awesome submissions on why “The Rock” is your favorite film. It’s gonna be harding choosing the winner…so keep on sending them.
I will be giving away a free copy of the 2-DVD set of the Criterion Edition of The Rock.
The contest will consist in sending an e-mail on why The Rock is your favorite action film.
I will then choose which is the best submission. And the winner will then receive his/her DVD.
Please send your submission to:
The contest is open to all (international and US residents). All submissions should be received no later than March 20 (12am EST, -5 GMT).
Bummer…bring out your wallets. There are 2 new posters for Pearl Harbor. Click below to view these INTERNATIONAL versions.
Also…the above left poster is featured in a huge mural in Westwood, Ca. It popped up last week on the side of the Westwood Medical Building which has become a somewhat small debate. Click here to read the article.