2011 04 Valley of the Kings Screen Shot 2 300x160 2011 King of the Hammers First Official Movie Trailer Released April 6, 2011 – JOHNSON VALLEY, CA: The first official trailer has been released for the 2011 King of The Hammers movie.  “Valley of the Kings” is the title for this much anticipated 4th installment of the King of the Hammers DVDs. The film is being produced by Hammerking Productions and created by Heavy Metal Concepts. Fans of the movies will notice that “Valley of the Kings” has more of a cinematic feel as this movie is being created by up-and-coming filmmaker/videographer Will Gentile of Heavy Metal Concepts. Will has created several full length videos in the past including the 2009 and 2010 Rausch Creek Qualifying videos, “Road to the Throne” and “Quest for Glory.”

“Valley of the Kings” chronicles the 2011 King of the Hammers race which is often referred to as the hardest one day race in the world. The 2010 King of the Hammers video won a 2010 Extremey award for being the best Offroad/Truck video of 2010. This trailer is the first of several trailers that will be released in anticipation of the film’s release and red carpetpremier this summer. Hammerking will be making announcements about the red carpet premier events in the next couple of months and the DVD will be available for sale on the Ultra4 Racing web site. This trailer is the first of several trailers to be released over the coming months in anticipation of this exciting new King of the Hammers movie.

“Valley of the Kings” trailer can be watched here:  

Hammerking Productions, Inc. created the “King of the Hammers” termed the hardest one day off-road race in the world.  The 2011 Griffin King of the Hammers was the 5th event with over 150 drivers and 15,000 fans from around the globe in the desert of Johnson Valley.  Hammerking Productions has produced three full feature films and multiple TV episodes around King of the Hammers.  The Ultra4 series now includes six races, fived produced by Hammerking Productions. For more information on King of the Hammers, please visit the Ultra4 racing site:www.ultra4racing.com

HeavyMetalConcepts, based out of Connecticut, has been filming and editing various events in the off-roading community since 2008. They have produced several DVDs, including films for both the 2009 and 2010 RCQ events held at Rausch Creek Off-Road Park in Pennsylvania, and will be doing so again in 2011.  They are currently producing the 2011 King of the Hammers DVD.  For more information, visit www.heavymetalconcepts.com.


 

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