Win Brand New Movie Posters ... TODAY!
Ladies & Gentleman ... wanna win a BRAND NEW MOVIE POSTER to add to those old ones currently on your bedroom walls?!
Of course you do, so take a minute out of your day and check out how to do just that!
Exclusive Magazine has teamed up with a wonderful publicity company (and a lovely lady named Mary) to bring to you the chance to win new movie theatre posters (27x40) from some of today's hottest flicks: 'Casino Royale,' 'Running With Scissors,' 'The Pursuit of Happyness,' 'Turistas,' 'Factory Girl,' 'The Pathfinder,' 'Grudge 2,' 'Idocracy,' ' Stomp The Yard,' 'Bridge To Terabitha,' 'See No Evil,' 'Breaking & Entering' and even the upcoming 2007, 'Hannibal Rising.'
James Bond's (Daniel Craig) first "007" mission leads him to Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen), banker to the world's terrorists. In order to stop him, and bring down the terrorist network, Bond must beat Le Chiffre in a poker game at the Casino Royale. Bond meets a beautiful British Treasury official, Vesper Lynd (Eva Green), who is assigned to deliver his stake for the game and watch over the government's money. But, as Bond and Vesper survive a series of lethal attacks by Le Chiffre and his henchmen, a mutual attraction develops.
Edward Wilson (Matt Damon), a student at Yale, is recruited to join the secret society Skull and Bones, a brotherhood and breeding ground for future world leaders. Wilson's sincere belief in American values render him a prime candidate for a career in intelligence, and he is soon recruited to work for the OSS (the precursor to the CIA) during World War II. Working in the heart of an organization where duplicity is required and nothing is taken at face value, Edward's idealism is steadily eroded as the country gets deeper and deeper into the Cold War. As his methods are adopted as standard operating procedure, Wilson develops into one of the Agency's veteran operatives.
Based on Augusten Burroughs' best-selling memoir, the story follows Deirdre Burroughs (Annette Bening), a 1970s poet with bipolar disorder. Her instability after a messy divorce leads her to send her 12-year-old son, Augusten (Joseph Cross), to live with an unusual psychiatrist (Brian Cox) and his family.
Gaspard Ulliel (A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT) plays the young Hannibal Lecter in this tale of the future cannibal's teenage years. 'Hannibal Rising' tells the story of the monster Hannibal Lecter's formative years. These experiences as a child and young adult led to his remarkable contribution to the fields of medicine, music, painting and forensics. We begin in World War II at the medieval castle in Lithuania built by Dr. Lecter's forebear, Hannibal the Grim. The child Hannibal survives the horrors of the Eastern Front and escapes the grim Soviet aftermath to find refuge in France with the widow of his uncle, mysterious and beautiful Japanese descended from Lady Murasaki Shikibu, author of the Tale of Genji.
Finally, we have also gotten our lucky hands on some 'Grudge 2' T-shirts and wonderful 'Stranger Than Fiction' Travel Mugs for your morning coffee! In the latter movie, an IRS agent (Will Ferrell) hears a mysterious voice narrating his entire life, a voice that seems to know his thoughts and feelings - as well as when and how he'll die. It turns out that the voice is that of an author (Emma Thompson) writing a book in which the agent is a character.
So, if you would like to win one (1) of these wonderful new Posters, or a T-shirt, or a Travel Mug (our choice!), and you think you know all there is to know about 007 himself, James Bond, just answer this easy question: To date, six actors have portrayed James Bond in the official series. They are: Sean Connery (1962–67; 1971), George Lazenby (1969), Roger Moore (1973–85), Timothy Dalton (1987–89), Pierce Brosnan (1995–2002), and Daniel Craig (2006–present). In addition and generally considered "unofficial", Barry Nelson portrayed Bond in an Americanised television episode adaptation of Casino Royale in 1954. But who portrayed James Bond in a South African radio adaptation of Moonraker in 1956?! [NOTE: Only one entry per email address, please!]
Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful new movie posters! Just send us an e:mail here before January 15th, 2007 with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: MOVIE POSTERS to: firstname.lastname@example.org