On Monday night in downtown LA, Relativity Media will host the red carpet world premiere of R-rated historical action-drama Immortals starring Mickey Rourke, Henry Cavill and Freida Pinto. FishbowlLA, in partnership with the Cimarron Group, has two VIP tickets to give away, which also include admittance to a star-studded VIP party that will follow the 7:30pm Nokia Theatre screening.
To enter, please send an email by 5 p.m. PT today with your name and phone number to email@example.com. From the movie press kit, here is director Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) talking about working with Hollywood’s ultimate (and now resurgent) bad boy:
“Mickey is the real deal,” says Singh. “I let him go with it. I had very definite direction for the other actors, but Mickey was allowed to bring whatever he wanted. He took the simplest of lines and added to them.”
Eligibility: Entrants must be 18 years or older with an address in the United States or Canada. Employees of WebMediaBrands and its subsidiaries and affiliates are not eligible to enter the giveaway. No purchase is necessary, void where prohibited.
Deadline: All submissions must be received by Friday, November 4, 5pm PT. Winners will be notified via phone and-or email, with tickets to be picked up Monday November 7 at will call.
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