Win a pair of tickets to the premiere of 'Where the Wild Things Are'
In cinemas 11 December
Friday 27 November 2009
This competition is now closed.
To celebrate the release of the highly anticipated
Where The Wild Things Are, from acclaimed director Spike Jonze, we have a pair of tickets to give away to the premiere on Wednesday 2 December.
With a stellar cast including Max Records, James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener, Mark Ruffalo, Forest Whitaker and Lauren Ambrose, Where The Wild Things Are is widely acknowledged as one of the most anticipated films of the year!
Spike Jonze has collaborated with celebrated author Maurice Sendak to bring one of the most beloved books of all time to the big screen in Where the Wild Things Are, a classic story about childhood and the places we go to figure out the world we live in.
The film tells the story of Max, a rambunctious and sensitive boy who feels misunderstood at home and escapes to where the Wild Things are. Max lands on an island where he meets mysterious and strange creatures whose emotions are as wild and unpredictable as their actions.
The Wild Things desperately long for a leader to guide them, just as Max longs for a kingdom to rule. When Max is crowned king, he promises to create a place where everyone will be happy.
Max soon finds, though, that ruling his kingdom is not so easy and his relationships there prove to be more complicated than he originally thought.
For your chance to walk the red carpet and mingle with the stars, all you need to do is answer the following question:
Where the Wild Things Are was helmed by this acclaimed director who was nominated for an Academy Award for Being John Malkovich. Who is the director?
This competition is now closed.
Entrants must be aged 18 or over.
For more information visit www.blackwoodsgin.com.
© 2009 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved
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