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MySpace.com presents advanced screening of Jumper

www.myspace.com/blackcurtainnz

MySpace.com presents an exclusive advanced screening of the film Jumper in Dunedin.

[Wellington, 13th February 2008]

MySpace are presenting an opportunity for MySpace users in Dunedin to see a FREE advanced screening of Jumper. Black Curtain screenings are exclusive events that MySpace.com host for film lovers. MySpacers get the chance to see highly anticipated films in cinemas before anyone else does AND for free.

About the movie:

The science fiction thriller leaps into a new realm with JUMPER, which begins the epic adventures of a man who discovers that he possesses the exhilarating ability to instantly teleport anywhere in the world he can imagine. From New York to Tokyo, from the ruins of Rome to the heart of the Saharan Desert, anywhere is possible for David Rice (HAYDEN CHRISTENSEN), until he begins to see that his freedom is not total, that he's not alone . . . but part of an ongoing, global war that threatens the very survival of his rare and extraordinary kind.

Starring Hayden Christensen, Rachel Bilson, Jamie Bell, Samuel L Jackson. Directed by Doug Liman.

JUMPER is released NZ release 21 Feb 2008

Event Details:

Dunedin Wednesday 20th February Hoyts, 33 The Octagon, Dunedin 6:30pm

For more information www.myspace.com/blackcurtainnz

About MySpace.com

MySpace, a unit of Fox Interactive Media Inc., is the premier lifestyle portal for connecting with friends, discovering popular culture, and making a positive impact on the world. By integrating web profiles, blogs, instant messaging, e-mail, music streaming, music videos, photo galleries, classified listings, events, groups, college communities, and member forums, MySpace has created a connected community. As the first ranked web domain in terms of page views*, MySpace is the most widely-used and highly regarded site of its kind and is committed to providing the highest quality member experience. MySpace will continue to innovate with new features that allow its members to express their creativity and share their lives, both online and off. MySpace's international network includes localized community sites in the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, France, Germany, Australia, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Mexico, Canada, Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, Austria, and Latin America.

*Among the top 2000 domains comScore Media Metrix, May 2007. For more information on comScore Networks, please go to http://www.comscore.com .

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