Saturday, May 9, 2009

Norwegian New Moon Contest - Become a Movie Extra in NM!


The May issue of the Norwegian teen magazine Topp (pictured to the right) has an exciting contest for all the Norwegian twilight fans - the oppertunity to become a movie extra in New Moon!

Here's what the article says (translated by me, so don't be surprised if some of it doesn't sound right):

WIN A DREAM DAY AT THE SET OF TWILIGHT

Pack your bags, and get ready for the trip of your dreams. We take two lucky winners to Italy, and best of all? You can become an extra in the movie.

The shooting of Twilight's New Moon is already taking place in Vancouver, Canada, with the whole cast. In May, the cast is headed for Montepulciano in Italy, where the final scenes of the movie will be shot. Together with Nordisk Film (Nordic Film), Topp gives one lucky reader the opportunity to bring a friend to Italy.

The winner will get exclusive access to th
e Twilight-set. There will be a need for 400 extras, which means that you can be seen on the big screen when New Moon enters movie theatres in November. New Moon is the sequel to last years blockbuster Twilight, which was watched by over 130.000 Norwegians (Yes, I know. But remember, Norway is a country of only 4.7 million people.)

Director Chris Weitz is certain that New Moon will become just as big a success as Twilight.
- I promise to give everything I've got to make a great and credible adaption of New Moon, Weitz writes in a letter to the fans.

The trip to Italy will be from May 25th to 28th, flight and hotel are included in the prize. Other costs must be paid for by the winner. You have to be at least 15 years old to enter this contest.

All you need to do is to buy the magazine, fill in your name/address/age on the form below the article and post it within May 14. OME, this is so exciting! I hope I win!


BMarie

2 comments:

  1. Wow, that would be fairly amazing! I hope you win!

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