Saturday, August 02, 2008

*Competition - The Mummy, Curse of the Dragon Emperor*


I am, thanks to my mom and dad and their love of matinee movies, a big fan of the Mummy franchise, as well as Tomb Raider, The Scorpion King, The Count of Monte Christo, The Prisoner of Zenda, Casablanca etc. These movies take you away from the mundane and take you on a wild ride of adventure and swashbuckling.

When Mark and I attended the Film and Comic Con we managed to grab two of the Mummy, Curse of the Dragon Emperor posters. These are the real deal - not the posters that get sold in shops which are only one sided, these are printed on both sides, as befits the genuine article.

One of these posters is mine - it gets to be framed and will sit next to the signed Romero print of Land of the Dead and the signed Spiderwick Chronicles print.

However, the second poster is up for grabs to celebrate the opening of this fab new movie!

So this is the competiton: answer these questions and follow the instructions below-

Name the character Arnold Vosloo plays in both Mummy 1 and 2.

Which army does Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) belong to at the start of the first Mummy?

In which other movie did this famous actress brandish the Green Destiny and what is her name?

This actor also currently stars in The Forbidden Kingdom as both the Mysterious Monk as well as the Monkey King. What is his name?

Answers to these via email to the googlemail address on the right. The competition will run until this coming Friday, 8th August.


Important Notice: This is for UK entrants only - the postage of the rounded tube would cost too much internationally. Please note that I'm running this as a fun freebie and am not affiliated to Universal Studios or Stephen Sommers (I wish!) in any way.

3 comments:

Leatherdykeuk said...

I love these movies and though I can answer all the question (the last one is my favourite actor) I don't actually want the poster, so I won't *grins*

Still no joy on the Kat Richardsons, btw.

dragongirl said...

Oh, ditto on the Kat Richardson book, leatherdykeuk. I'm glad it's not just me.

Liz said...

This is embarrassing. I've asked the publishers to send these through three or four times now and have been assured that they have been sent. I still have everyone's addresses and will resend it again tomorrow to both editor and assistant. I apologise hugely, chaps!