DVD and Blu-ray Coming Out Mid-December, 'Traitor' Offers Sweepstakes

DVD and Blu-ray Coming Out Mid-December, 'Traitor' Offers Sweepstakes

In the anticipation of its DVD and Blu-ray release, Don Cheadle-starrer espionage thriller 'Traitor' holds out a contest to win interesting prize pack from the movie.
Having been released in various theaters across the U.S. back in August, Jeff Nachmanoff's espionage thriller "Traitor" will soon meet movie lovers in DVD and Blu-ray versions. And, in celebration for the DVD and Blu-ray upcoming release, Overture Films have held a contest to win special prizes from "Traitor".

The contest's prize pack includes Blu-ray disc, pocket translator, passport cover and hat. Those who are interested can join the contest by texting the word "Traitor" to 878787. They can also log on to the Traitor DVD Contest in which they will be requested to fill in personal identification info needed.

The DVD and Blu-ray versions of this Don Cheadle and Guy Pearce-starring film has been set to be released in the U.S. on Friday, December 19. Apart from the film itself, both products will contain special features that include videos from the film's stunts and special effects to the exotic locations where the movie is filmed. Additionally, the Blu-ray version will include digital copy of the film.

"Traitor" is a taut international thriller set against a puzzle of covert counter-espionage operations. It follows FBI agent Roy Clayton as he investigates a dangerous international conspiracy which puts former U.S. Special Operations officer Samir Horn as prime suspect. Obsessed with discovering the truth, Clayton tracks Horn across the globe as the elusive ex-soldier burrows deeper and deeper into a world of shadows and intrigue.

Coming from the screenwriter of "The Day After Tomorrow", Jeff Nachmanoff, this Overture Films thriller has been screened in theaters starting on August 27. Featuring also Jeff Daniels, Neal McDonough and Said Taghmaoui as cast members, it debuted fifth on the North American box office collecting $7.9 million on its first weekend, and has since pulled in as much as $23.5 million in the U.S. alone.

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