DALLAS: Win passes to @GandtheW’s advance screening of PAUL

James Wallace

by: James Wallace
March 2nd, 2011

This contest is now over. Please check your email to see if you’ve won passes!

Gordon and the Whale has teamed up with Universal Pictures to give our Dallas readers the chance to win passes (good for you +1 guest) to an advance screening of their new film PAUL, starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Seth Rogen as the voice of Paul.

The screening will take place on Tuesday, March 15th at 7:30PM in Dallas (Winners will be selected no later than Friday, March 11th). All you must do for your chance to win passes is fill out the form found after the break!

PLEASE ONLY ENTER IF YOU CAN SURELY ATTEND THE SCREENING. ONE ENTRY PER HOUSEHOLD. MUST BE AT LEAST 17 YEARS OF AGE TO ENTER. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.

PAUL (R) hits theaters Friday, March 18th.

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  • Stinsonnathan

    I have been a fan of Rogen since I watched Knocked Up and Funny People with my cousins, and man, he was utterly hilarious. After I read his life story in this book at http://biography.co/seth-rogen I must say, I got inspired by how a high school drop out like him had been so successful after all.

  • Stinsonnathan

    I have been a fan of Rogen since I watched Knocked Up and Funny People with my cousins, and man, he was utterly hilarious. After I read his life story in this book at http://biography.co/seth-rogen I must say, I got inspired by how a high school drop out like him had been so successful after all.

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