Tim Tebow, Roselyn Sanchez, & Other Celebrities React To ‘Act Of Valor’ Via Twitter
The military-driven film “Act Of Valor” celebrated their Los Angeles premiere at the ArcLight Cinema in Hollywood early last week. Many celebrities showed up to see the movie on the big screen. Twilight star Kellan Lutz and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger were a few of the attendees on hand. The movie’s cast also walked the red carpet.
This film is unique as it does not have any Hollywood actors starring in it. Instead the movie stars are real life Navy Seals putting their lives on the front line. The Navy Seals bring this film a raw emotion that many films tend to lack.
A few of the night’s celebrities even tweeted their reactions after the premiere.
Just saw sky divers LIGHT up the HOLLYWOOD SKY. I’ve never seen this… I thought, finally the aliens…Nope, some new sky diving thang #RAD
— Katy Perry (@katyperry) February 14, 2012
Last week I had the honor of attending the premiere of the film Act of Valor in NYC.I was so impressed and give… fb.me/1bFLZ8cfv
— Montel Williams (@Montel_Williams) February 16, 2012
— Keith Urban (@KeithUrban) February 14, 2012
Just watched @ActOfValorFilm… Truly inspiring. So thankful for everything the Seals & all of our men & women in uniform do for us.
— Tim Tebow (@TimTebow) February 14, 2012
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) February 14, 2012
ACT OF VALOR Premiere last night! AMAZING MOVIE! say.ly/uPV1qlH
— Roselyn Sanchez (@Roselyn_Sanchez) February 14, 2012
“Act Of Valor” tells the story of U.S. Navy SEALs who embark on a mission to fight against terrorism. The movie stars real life soldiers and their families. The film’s soundtrack features country music star Keith Urban and his song “For You” which delivers a summed up version of the movie’s themes.
“I really wanted to try and write something that wasn’t, ‘Let’s go kill a bunch of people’ and just gung ho. I kind of almost wanted there to be a sense of a moral conundrum. … I don’t want to kill anybody. I want to be home with my family,” says Keith, according to The Tennessean.
“Act Of Valor” hits theatres on Friday, February 24.