*Update: This giveaway entry period has now ended. The winner will be notified via e-mail. Thanks to all who participated!
Movie 43, the wild and irreverent anthology from Peter Farrelly and 11 other directors, opens in theaters this week. To get the word out, we're giving away a 16GB iPad mini, courtesy of the generous folks at Relativity Media! To enter our giveaway, simply post a comment to this blog post [one comment per entrant, must be 18 or older, U.S. residents only, not open to Rhode Island residents] with your answer to the following question: Which actor are you looking forward to watching in Movie 43 and why? Enter one comment between now and 11:59 p.m. PST, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013 and we'll randomly select one lucky winner for the iPad.
On January 28 we'll randomly select one winner from all eligible entries received, and winner will be notified via e-mail. The winner must respond to Fandango's prize notification e-mail within three days after it is sent to claim the prize, or the prize will be forfeited and Fandango may, in its sole discretion, award the forfeited prize to an alternate winner. In order to claim the prize, winner will need to provide Fandango with a valid shipping address within the United States. Prize will be shipped to winner by Relativity Media, LLC. Read official rules for full details. Good luck!
With a compilation of 25 short films and an impressive ensemble of actors, Movie 43 looks promisingly chock full of raunchy comedy for the not-so-easily offended. Watch the Movie 43 trailer to see for yourself, and read below for a full synopsis:
Anna Faris stars opposite her real-life husband Chris Pratt as a seemingly perfect woman, except for one unusual fetish; Halle Berry plays the ultimate game of Truth or Dare on a blind date – and blows out the birthday candles of a blind kid; Terrence Howard plays a basketball coach of an all-black basketball team, who gives his players a politically incorrect pep talk before they face their all-white opponents; Chloë Grace Moretz is a girl who apparently has a female coming-of-age crisis – not to be helped by her male buddies; Emma Stone and Kieran Culkin star as a couple who get into an argument and make up in intimate fashion, with their affections broadcast over the loudspeaker at a supermarket; and Richard Gere works at a company that produces a music player that looks exactly like a naked woman, and – well, we'll leave all the raunchy riffs to the imagination on that one.