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WIN A REPLICA VIKING HAMMER AS SEEN IN THE FILM OUTLANDER!

PUBLISHED: 15:48 14 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:06 07 September 2010

London24 has an official replica of the Viking hammer used by Gunnar (Ron Perlman) in the film Outlander to give away! 709AD, a space craft streaks across the nights sky and crash lands in a Norwegian fjord. From its wreckage emerge, Kainan (Jim Caviezel

London24 has an official replica of the Viking hammer used by Gunnar (Ron Perlman) in the film Outlander to give away!

709AD, a space craft streaks across the nights sky and crash lands in a Norwegian fjord. From its wreckage emerge, Kainan (Jim Caviezel) a soldier from a far away planet and a deadly alien stowaway, the Moorwen. Before he has a chance to track down the Moorwen, Kainan is captured by viking warrior, Wulfric (Jack Huston) and held prisoner in the local village led by King Rothgar (John Hurt).

Grudgingly accepted into the clan after saving Rothgar's life, Kainan confides in Rothgar's fiercely beautiful daughter, Freya (Sophia Myles), about his past.

As the Moorwen wreaks terror and destruction on neighbouring villages, the threat of conflict between the clans escalates and Kainan is called upon to kill the creature. Aware of their prey's strength, Kainan and Wulfric fuse his advanced alien technology with the Viking's Iron Age weaponry. Joining forces with the bloodthirsty Gunnar (Ron Perlman), they lead one last mission to seek out and slay the Moorwen.

In the face of the Viking's destruction, the tale of Kainan becomes legend.

For more about Outlander go to www.outlandermovie.co.uk

To win this official replica hammer simply answer the following question:

Q) When is Outlander out on UK Release?

A) 14Th April

B) 24th April

C) 30th April

Competition closes on 10th May 2009.


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