Enter to Win ‘Brave’ DVD/Blu-ray Giveaway

Enter to Win ‘Brave’ DVD/Blu-ray GiveawayBrave is a new tale about the courageous Merida (voice of Kelly Macdonald) who confronts tradition, creates her destiny and learns lessons of real love, a parent’s love. This is not a “princess” story even though Merida is a princess. It is incredibly action packed and terrifically funny!

GIVEAWAY
Mamiverse is partnering with Disney to give three lucky readers their own Collector’s Edition DVD/Blu-ray set. All you have to do is enter a comment below telling us why you or your children are brave! So, go now, enter!

The contest ends at midnight EST on November 26, 2012. Mamiverse will choose three winners randomly on November 27, 2012. To qualify you must live in the United States or territories.

ABOUT THE COLLECTOR’S EDITION
Disney•Pixar proudly announces the Blu-ray™ hi-def debut of Brave, the year’s #1 animated movie and Pixar Animation Studio’s 13th consecutive hit, on November 13, 2012.  The stunning Blu-ray release of Brave includes hours of all-new bonus material, extraordinary behind the scenes features, extended and deleted scenes, a mysterious and exciting, new short film, The Legend of Mor’du.

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Brave DVD Giveaway

Also included is the Spanish-language version of the film (Valiente). It features the voice talents of Mexican singer Hiromi Hayakawa from the hit reality series La Academia in the lead role of Merida; TV host Alan Tacher (TV Azteca’s La Academia and Univision/Televisa’s Hoy) in the role of Lord Dingwall; and popular Mexican singer Yurida, who sang two original songs for the film entitled Viento and Cielo Alcanzar.

Another special feature in this set is La Luna Theatrical Short directed by Enrico Casarosa, originally premiered at the 2011 Annecy International Film Festival. It’s a timeless fable of a young boy who is coming of age and will have to decide if he takes to his dad’s or his grandpa’s way of working in their most special line of work. Or will he find his own way? This is not to be skipped over.