Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Les Misérables Soundtracks & Movie Passes Up for Grabs!!



Hey, Heeeey!! 

Great to see you 2013, you great, big sexy beast, have we all had a fantastic Christmas then? It's been a quiet one round Casa Cherry, just the way we like it but I'm back to the blogosphere and firing on all cylinders with big plans for the next 12 months. 

As the first post of the new year I thought I'd give a little something back, well five things and they're not so little either. Thanks to Universal Ireland I have 5 Les Mis gift packs to give away, each containing the movies soundtrack AND a pair of Universal passes to see the movie in any Irish cinema of your choice. Nice, eh? 

To be in with a chance to win I just need you to watch the trailer above and tell me: 

'Which Wolverinish man beast plays the part of Jean Valjean?

It really couldn't be easier. 

Send your answer, along with your name, address and telephone number (for Universal, not for me, you big flirt) to cherrysuecomps@gmail.com.
The movie hits cinemas on January 11th so I'll announce the winners on January 10th. 

Good Luck and Happy New Year, everyone!

We have winners!! The five lucky ducks to win the fabulous Les Misérables movie packs are: Mick Caffrey, Kathleen McGrath, Olive Leddy, Caz Bacon & Pat Brady!! Huge congrats everyone :D




3 comments:

Cuti-CLUE-les said...

Awh I am obsessed with the music in the film. So enticing. Great giveaway

Samantha said...

EEp vert exciting :)

Kat (dollyrouge.ie) said...

ZOMG what an awesome competition! I'm a huuuuuge musical theatre fan, I'd fly to the West End every weekend to see Les Mis if I could afford it! Was lucky enough to get over to see it in Feb 2010 and it was astounding. Was delighted that they cast Sam Barks from the West End production for Eponine in the film. I actually cried watching her perform On My Own. And since they performed the songs live (not dubbed) for the film I'm really hopeful they captured her emotion just like on stage (but better!).

I'm also really hopeful for amazing performances from Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway (they trained classically I believe). I'm dubious but keeping an open mind on Russell Crowe and Amanda Seyfried, I hope to be pleasantly surprised by their rising to the challenging score. Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Bonham Carter will be hilarious I'm sure, looking forward to their comic relief in an otherwise moving epic.

Eh, can you guess I'm excited?! xxx