Enter to win advance screening passes for you and a guest to see THE BOX with Cameron Diaz.
Contest ends on Monday, October 26.
THE BOX opens nationwide on November 6.
Screening will be held on Thursday, November 5 at 7:30PM, at AMC Olathe Studio 30.
Wanna win passes? It’s easy. In the movie, they are asked to push the button for one million dollars, but in return, someone would die. Would you push the button? Why or why not?
Bring the pass and arrive early! Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Passes do not guarantee seating. Theater is overbooked to ensure capacity.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Winners randomly selected. Limit one pass per entry. Pass admits two.
What if someone gave you a box containing a button that, if pushed, would bring you a million dollars…but simultaneously take the life of someone you don’t know? Would you do it? And what would be the consequences?
The year is 1976. Norma Lewis (CAMERON DIAZ) is a teacher at a private high school and her husband, Arthur (JAMES MARSDEN), is an engineer working at NASA. They are, by all accounts, an average couple living a normal life in the suburbs with their young son…until a mysterious man with a horribly disfigured face appears on their doorstep (FRANK LANGELLA, as Arlington Steward) and presents them with a life-altering proposition: the box.
With only 24 hours to make their choice, Norma and Arthur face an impossible moral dilemma. They soon discover that the ramifications of this decision are beyond their control and extend far beyond their own fortune and fate.
“The Box” is based upon the classic short story “Button, Button” by Richard Matheson. It was written for the screen and directed by Richard Kelly, whose 2001 sci-fi mystery thriller “Donnie Darko,” a cult classic, earned a Grand Jury Prize nomination at the Sundance Film Festival. “Donnie Darko” went on to screen at film festivals around the world and brought Kelly Independent Spirit Award nominations for Best Director and Best Screenplay.
“The Box” stars Cameron Diaz (“The Holiday”), James Marsden (“X-Men: The Last Stand”), Oscar® nominee Frank Langella (“Frost/Nixon”), James Rebhorn (“The International”) and Holmes Osborne (ABC’s “Invasion.”)