Thanks to Sony Pictures Ireland we have 5 t-shirts for Battle: Los Angeles to give away. Like the movie itself you too can be looking great in March.

The movie sees aliens invade and conquer the world in a wave of devastation and destruction. The only hope for mankind is a group of Marines who make the city of Los Angeles the scene for one final assault on the unwelcome visitors.

The movie stars Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Bridget Moynahan, and Michael Pena. South African director Liebesman has previously made Darkness FallsThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, and The Killing Room. He was recently chosen to direct Wrath of the Titans, the sequel to last years Clash of the Titans.

Battle: Los Angeles is released March 11th.

* Competition closed *

Winners will be emailed shortly


For years, there have been documented cases of UFO sightings around the world – Buenos Aires, Seoul, France, Germany, China. But in 2011, what were once just sightings will become a terrifying reality when Earth is attacked by unknown forces. As people everywhere watch the world’s great cities fall, Los Angeles becomes the last stand for mankind in a battle no one expected. It’s up to a Marine staff sergeant (Aaron Eckhart) and his new platoon to draw a line in the sand as they take on an enemy unlike any they’ve ever encountered before.

36 Responses

  1. Kino

    I’d love it if aliens landed in Vatican City, just to see the look on the Pope’s face…

  2. Ronan

    Does it have to be a city? Why don't they come visit places like Ahasgra, Co. Galway? Every time aliens appear in films it's always over the major cities. Do they not want to go to Trabolgan for a nice relaxing weekend?

  3. Carl Timms

    St. Albans- it would be a short film but maybe it would make them realise how ridiculous it is that their jumped up village gets called a city just because it has a cathedral.

  4. Mark

    I would like to see the aliens invade Washington DC, it looked class when the White House was blown up in Independence Day.

  5. simon darcy

    Killarney in kerry = the aliens come and take back there long lost leader jackie healy rae

  6. sinead

    The bit city of Tullycanna, Co Wexford ….. our local drinking spot…. its so quite lately we need something to liven it up and put a bit of fun back in to it !!

  7. Jenny

    I would like nice aliens to invade Christchurch to help all the city recover from the earthquake.

  8. Aaran Heavey

    I would like to see aliens invade the city of Letterkenny, because if that was the case, we’d finally have become a city. (Odds are this would have to be in a distant future for that to be true!)

  9. James

    I wouldn’t like to see any city invaded. It’s a scary thought. I hope I’m still allowed enter the competition.

  10. James

    Dublin. We'd give them a few pints of Guiness and then after a while they'd be our best friends and show us all their technology!

  11. Caroline

    They could follow the yellow brick road and land in Oz. It would be a laugh to see the munchkins fight off the Aliens

  12. John D

    Limerick. Where Willie O'Dea will out-Boru, Brian Boru and what he did to those pesky Scandivians at Clontarf back in '14. With the added bonus that our great leader would snuff it in a tent too. Limerick, well-versed in the arts of war, would stand proud, a beacon for humanity and with a dirty great big grin on her as we banished forever more the dreaded sci-fi genre.


  13. Josephine M.

    I would like the Aliens to come to the The Tall Ships Races in Waterford because their ship would be the biggest. Now wouldn't that be a sight to see!!!!!!!!!

  14. Joe M.

    Cleveland Ohio so the aliens can take on the fans of the Cleveland browns and Cleveland cavaliers.

  15. Colin O Leary

    I would have them in invade every town and city and have them take all the sumbags and trouble making people with them.

  16. John

    Mullingar (or any provincial town). It would give the locals something to gossip about instead of their neighbours!

  17. Seamus

    Dublin – we need powerful leaders, it might as well be them instead of the clowns we have already.

  18. Steve

    Los Angeles, like the movie – with all the plastic surgery there, it'd be difficult to tell the aliens and the natives apart

  19. Nuala

    Dublin for Patrick's Day – it'd be a great draw for the tourists, get some money back into the economy. They could then tour the country

  20. Rebecca Murphy

    London, so they can go and see how we do it in our science world at the Science Museum

  21. Roisin

    I would like to see them land on Kildare Street in Dublin next Sunday morning, so that when they say "Take me to your leader", and we walk them over to Enda Kenny, I can look at the disappointment in their enormous cycloptic eye.


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