The movie will start at 7 p.m. (seating begins at 6:30 p.m.) at the Mall of America's AMC Theaters on the fourth floor. Each registered member can reserve up to four seats by emailing email@example.com with your real name and the number of guests you will be bringing. A limited number of seats remain.
As a member to VikingUpdate.com, we know that you love football, and now we have an opportunity to say "thank you" for your support and offer you the opportunity to see the advance screening of this football movie for free.
The remaining seats will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis for VikingUpdate.com registered members who reply. Just send us the following at firstname.lastname@example.org:
1) The e-mail address associated with your VikingUpdate.com account. If it is not active, please update it at https://secure.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=63&p=5&c=7
2) Your real name and the number of guests (up to three) who will accompany you.
3) Please put "Friday Night Lights" in the subject line.
We will e-mail your confirmation Wednesday morning if you made it before it is booked up.
More details about "Friday Night Lights" is below.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Genre: Drama
Cast: Billy Bob Thornton, Derek Luke, Jay Hernandez, Lucas Black, Garrett Hedlund and Tim McGraw
Directed by: Peter Berg
Screenplay by: David Aaron Cohen and Peter Berg
Based on the Book by: H.G. Bissinger
Produced by: Brian Grazer
Executive Producers: James Whitaker, John Cameron
From Oscar®-winning producer Brian Grazer and Imagine Entertainment and based on the best-selling book about high school football by H.G. Bissinger, Friday Night Lights chronicles the entire 1988 season of the Permian High Panthers of Odessa, Texas, with football players, coaches, mothers, fathers, boosters, fans and families struggling with ongoing personal conflicts while the team fights for a state championship.
In depicting the daily grind of coach Gary Gaines' (Billy Bob Thornton) winning team and the potential destinies of its individual players, the story paints a vivid portrait of Odessa (and places like it all across America) where, once a week during the fall, the town and its dreams come alive beneath the dazzling and disorienting Friday night lights…when the Panthers take to the field. Friday Night Lights illuminates the hopes and dreams of Odessa's townsfolk, who ardently fill Ratliff Stadium's 20,000 seats every Friday night. For the young men of the team, every moment, every play is a chance to transcend their small town and the fleeting fulfillment of a gridiron stardom whose pinnacle may be reached by the time they turn 18.
Originally published in 1990, Bissinger's book went on to become a best-seller, has gone through several re-printings (currently in its 10th anniversary edition) and was named by Sports Illustrated as one of the top five greatest sports stories of all time.
The film is produced by Academy Award® winner Brian Grazer, directed by Peter Berg (The Rundown, Very Bad Things) and adapted from Bissinger's book by David Aaron Cohen (The Devil's Own) and Berg. The executive producers are James Whitaker and John Cameron.