Competition: Win Friday Night Lights: The Movie on DVD

Posted in Competitions, DVDs, Film
By Sam Bathe on 27 Jun 2012

To celebrate the release of the first season of acclaimed TV drama Friday Night Lights, out now on DVD, we’re giving away three copies of Peter Berg’s Friday Night Lights feature film and collector’s series postcards.

Currently airing on Sky Atlantic, Friday Night Lights has been lauded for its realistic portrayal of small town America and the deep personal exploration of its central characters. The launch pad for man of the moment Taylor Kitsch (Battleship, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, John Carter), Emmy-winning Kyle Chandler (Grey’s Anatomy, King Kong, Super 8), TV favourite Connie Britton (24, The West Wing) and the beautiful Minka Kelly (500 Days of Summer) and featuring stand-out supporting roles from Amy Teegarden (90210, Scream 4), Jesse Plemons (Paul, Battleship), Zach Gilford (Greys Anatomy) and Adrianne Palicki (Supernatural), Friday Night Lights: Season One draws you into the heart of the action, the Pilot episode alone setting the bar for five unflinching and absorbing seasons.

Expanding on the hit 2004 feature film and best-selling book by H. G Bissinger, this award-winning series centres on life in Dillon, Texas, where high school football brings the community together – and the drama of small town life threatens to tear it apart. The first season sees coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and his family attempting to juggle the trials and tribulations of their family, work and community life. In the shocking season premiere, the ‘Panthers’ all-star Quarterback Jason Street (Scott Porter) suffers an injury on the field that threatens to end his football career entirely and change his life forever.

For your chance to win one of two copies, simply answer this question:

Friday Night Lights is set in which fictional Texas town?

a) Dillon
b) Nelson
c) Dexter

To enter, simply follow us on Twitter here and @reply us the correct answer. Deadline 08/07/12.

Friday Night Lights: Season One is out now on DVD and includes the acclaimed feature film.

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