Soul Surfer, which tells the true story of surfer Bethany Hamilton who survived a shark attack, will arrive in theaters nationwide on April 8, and you know we have to celebrate this inspiring new drama. We're giving away backpacks, sports bottles, lip balm, sunscreen, digi-clean wipes and the Soul Surfer book written by Bethany Hamilton. These prizes will surely go fast, so enter this contest today.
- Soul Surfer Backpacks (one in blue and one in purple)
- Soul Surfer Sports Bottles (one with built in straw and one without)
- Copy of Soul Surfer The Book by Bethany Hamilton
- Soul Surfer Lip Balm and Sunscreen
- Soul Surfer Digi-Clean wipe
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Bethany Hamilton (AnnaSophia Robb) was born to surf. A natural talent who took to the waves at a young age, she was leading an idyllic, sun-drenched, surfer girl's life on the Kauai Coast, competing in national competitions with her best friend Alana (Lorraine Nicholson), when everything changed in a heartbeat. On Halloween morning, Bethany was on a typical ocean outing when a 14-foot tiger shark came out of nowhere and seemed to shatter all her dreams.
Soul Surfer reveals the moving aftermath of this headline-making story, as Bethany fights to recover and grapples with the future. Strengthened by the love of her parents, Tom (Dennis Quaid) and Cheri (Helen Hunt), she refuses to give in or give up, and begins a bold return to the water. Still, the questions keep hammering her: Why did this happen? Why did she have to lose everything? Will she ever feel the joy and power of riding the waves again? And if she can't be a surfer, then who is she?
Soul Surfer was released April 8th, 2011 and stars AnnaSophia Robb, Dennis Quaid, Helen Hunt, Carrie Underwood, Craig T. Nelson, Sonya Balmores, David Chokachi, Chris Brochu. The film is directed by Sean McNamara.