Join the Final Battle Campaign for DH Film; UK Premiere Date Reportedly November 11
August 11, 2010, 02:21 PM
WB is calling for fans of the Harry Potter films on Facebook to "Join the Final Battle"
with a new campaign for the first part of the final Harry Potter films today on the social networking site. As a grand prize for the campaign and competition, one hundred lucky UK and Ireland residents will receive a ticket to the UK premiere of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" film, which they reveal to be in London, England on Thursday, November 11, 2010. Details are as follows:
Between now and the film's release, we will be giving away 100 tickets to the world premiere in London.
Only members of the Join The Final Battle Application will be eligible to win these tickets, and winners will be chosen via a series of random prize draws. Once you sign up to Join The Final Battle Application you will automatically be in with a chance to win. We will be selecting the first 10 winners (who will each win one pair of tickets) from those who have signed up by midnight on Friday 13th August 2010.
Members of the Join The Final Battle Application will also have the chance to win other great prizes including; exclusive memorabilia, games, DVDs and much more.
I think it’s good that it is just UK and Ireland. I live in the U.S. But, we got the WWoHP. I think they are doing this only in the UK and Ireland because most people from there are angry about it being in Orlando, FL!
Really people, you are ranting in the wrong place. Go to WB’s web site and complain loud and long about not having exhibits, premiers and cast visits to other countries – Asia, the rest of Europe and Australia for example. Let the powers that be know you are seriously aggrieved.
nblovegood9294, I would like to point out that the films are actually joint between Britain and the US, plus the books are British, the actors are british and it’s filmed in Britain, tbh I think it’s only right but I do agree the us should have one for the premiere too. It’s amassive part of british culture
on another note responding to those who say the US should get these competitions, exhibitions etc. because they have a larger fan base is besides the point, how would you feel if we took one of your franchises like star wars or indiana jones and created theme parks and other cool things just for us british. you would hate it.