Alexander will make its debut on basic cable on the AMC Channel on Saturday, June 21 at 8 PM ET. To celebrate the cable debut of this film, we're giving away copies of the Alexander Director's Cut DVD. This two-disc set will go fast, so enter this contest today.

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Academy award winning director Oliver Stone presents a breathtaking new cut of his sweeping epic film, Alexander, the true story of the world's greatest warrior. Using footage never seen in theaters and dramatically reshaping dozens of scenes, he brings to life the overpowering forces and fierce personalities that forever changed history. Torn by the war between his parents (Angelina Jolie and Val Kilmer), Alexander (Colin Farrell) left Greece to face massive armies in Persia, Afghanistan and India -- and was never defeated. "Fortune favors the bold" Stone powerfully demonstrates in this bold new film, Alexander Director's Cut.

The dramatically original Director's Cut re-imagines and re-shapes the original theatrical film with virtually hundreds of edits and re-configurations of sequences, in exactly the kind of vigorous creative action that stands as a trademark of this endlessly inventive director. As Stone says, "We shot a mountain of rich material on Alexander. The first cut was accomplished in 7 months, this second cut in 10 months. Each represents a different approach to a very tall mountain." The new Alexander: Director's Cut and the original theatrical version, also on DVD, will invite comparison and controversy for years to come.

Special Features

- Commentary by Oliver Stone. (Director's Cut)

- Commentary by Historian/Alexander Biographer Robin Lane Fox. (Original Theatrical Version)

- Four Penetrating Profiles Of An Epic Screen Event With Cast And Crew:

- Resurrecting Alexander

- Perfect is the Enemy of God

- The Death of Alexander

- Vangelis Scores Alexander

- Theatrical Trailer

- DVD-ROM PC* Web Link to the Online World of Alexander the Great.

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