We've given away some pretty amazing prizes in the past — shirts, signed posters, Blu-ray box sets, zip drives, key chains, body art, a llama (okay, not really) — but we rarely give away anything quite this awesome: Two tickets to see the New York City premiere of the upcoming Gerard Butler / Jessica Biel rom-com, "Playing for Keeps."
Bright lights. Big city. Best giveaway ever.
So what, you ask, are the details? Well, first of all, there's the movie: "Playing for Keeps" stars Butler as a former professional soccer star who has the hots for Biel (hey, get in line, buddy). Plus, his life is generally in the dumper as he tries to transition from superstardom to the retired life. When he decides to coach his son's soccer team, it provides him with a bunch of important life lessons. Hurray!
And then there's our giveaway: The NYC premiere for "Playing for Keeps" is next Wednesday night, Dec. 5, and we're going to give one lucky winner a pair of tickets to attend absolutely free. But, alas, there are a couple things you should know: First of all, we can't provide transportation, so you'll need to find a way to get there on your own. And secondly, once we select a winner, you will need to contact us within 12 hours in order to arrange the details.
But assuming you're up for the task, well, let's face it: It just doesn't get any better than a New York film premiere. So if you can make it there, sign up. Because, you know. If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere, right?
To enter, just shoot us an email at NextMovie@MTV.com and include your name, address, phone number, birthdate and be sure to copy and paste the following statement:
The contest runs from now until 10 a.m. ET on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012. Entrants must be at least 18 years old and reside in the U.S. Click here for complete rules and further details.
As an added bonus, all entrants will be signed up for the fun and useful Buzzcorn newsletter. As a Buzzcorn subscriber, you'll receive weekly updates on the hottest releases and loads more free s!#t from the world of movies.