A Fantastic Giveaway of Mr. Fox *CLOSED*

The Fantastic Mr. Fox movie posterThe crew here from Lost In Reviews are really excited for Wes Anderson’s sixth film, The Fantastic Mr. Fox. Wes is one of our favorite directors and even though this is a stop motion animation, it will still definitely have his flair. Anderson’s favorite actors are all back on board, plus a newbie, George Clooney as the fantastic one. We got: Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman, Willem Dafoe, and Owen Wilson getting the gang back together.

We have been given the opportunity to share this fantastic flick with you before anyone else can see it.

The Fantastic Mr. Fox opens nationwide on Wednesday, November 25.

Screening will be held on Tuesday, November 24 at AMC Studio 30 at 7:30 pm.


Want to win passes to The Fantastic Mr. Fox? If you could have dinner with any one of the cast members including Wes Anderson, who would you pick and what would you talk about? You could choose from: Wes Anderson, George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, and Owen Wilson. Those are our favorites, but if someone else is part of the film that we didn’t mention, go ahead and list them if you love them.

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.

Ryan- I just had to play. I would have to go with Wes, Bill and Jason. As they are the true masterminds behind the most underrated films of all time. We would talk about The Life Aquatic and The Darjeeling Limited, and how the music in both of those films is truly mind blowing. I would talk to Bill about how he should have won the Oscar for Lost in Translation amongst other films like Broken Flowers. The same goes for Wes as I believe he is the most innovative director today and the fact that people think his last good film was The Royal Tenenbaums is ridiculous. As for Jason we would have to talk Coconut Records and I Heart Huckabees, and his infinite nature. At the end of the meal we would all share a bottle of Suntory, because its for relaxing times, and I would try to weasel my way into being an extra in the next project.

Theresa Kester- Willem Dafoe-The goblin’s return!

Edwina Tate-I would not be a picky choosey person i woud be a happy lil camper to meet anyone that is more special than i would ever be,,,,,i would love to hear about there exciting news on there lives and where they would like to be and really like to be doing in true life thanks for the opportunity to put in for a chance to win…thanks edwina

Michelle Graves- Mario Batali (voice of Rabbit)…we would talk about food, of course!!!

Max Garcia-I would love to have dinner with Meryl Steep. We would talk about the different accents she can do. The 15 times she has been nominated for an Academy Award The different movies she has been in. Talk about how she feels about the Streepers. & if she could be my cougar!!!

Tia DeLong- George Clooney. Most interesting conversation

Marlee Carroll- George Clooney–his pot bellied pig and life in general.

Annamarie Manzo- Meryl Streep–her varied career. want to know if she learned any cooking tips in Julie and Julia.

Brandy Cole-Its some bigger headers in this but I would like to say George Clooney. He’s sexy. Nice piece of white chocolate. But my daughters pick for sure is Jason Schwartzman. But I like George he’s laid back he seems down to earth. And its nothing wrong with a gorgeous smile…I would ask him in his career what has yet been the most difficult role cause I don’t know if I could stare at a goat…ha ha.

Khadijah Cole- Jason Schwartzman I love him in Bored to Death. And I think he’s a great suttle actor. He’s always playing the off to the side weird character…I would ask him Hows the ride been??(He hasn’t done that much film)

Laurie Sorenson- I would love to have dinner with any of these cast members. It would be interesting to talk to them about anything. What ever they have to say is way more interesting than my boring little life.

John Hulen- Bill Murray. I’d probably talk sports with him since he’s a big sports fan (especially the Cubs).

Tim Ward- Bill Murray, he has a lot of history with other comedians that I would be interested in.

Adam Roberts-George Clooney and I don’t think any topic would be taboo enough for him. He is incredibly knowledgeable and hilarious in his satire of society.

Josh Dusel- God, thats a harder question than i thought it was going to be. Probably Owen Wilson. He seems like he has a lot in common with me, so we could talk about anything, but mostly music. Jason Schwartzman is the same, they seem like would have so much more to talk about than movies. Oh, and we could probably eat somewhere cheep and they wouldn’t care… so that’s a big plus

David Stoltz- Bill Murray, what a great actor and comedian, There has not been one movie with him that I have not liked. I think it would be amazing to meet him and get dinner!!

Renee Robinson- Wes what ever Wes wanted to talk about

Amber Estopare- Wes we would talk about whatever comes to mind

Derek Estopare- Wes we would talk about something funny

Glynda Miller- Mr Fox George Clooney. He has a wide range of interest. It would be enligtening to have a chat with. Movies, world topics

Chris Reyes- Bill Murray of course! I would talk about things that may not be appropriate for young viewers to hear me talk about here. Mostly of his younger years.

Rudy Garcia- I would like to have dinner with Bill Murray. We would talk about his time on SNL. His cameo on Zombieland. His movies Ghostbusters, Caddyshack and Meatballs.

DK Weamer- George Clooney – politics, Global warming, AIDs in the world and what he thinks are the best solutions that we all can participate in. How anyone can participate in changing the world for the better or whatever he wanted to talk about.

Steve Schwartz- George Clooney. Movies and movie making. How movies can be used to improve peoples level of understanding about socail issues while entertaining them at the same time, or whatever he wanted to talk about.

About Ryan Davis

Ryan is the Founder of Lost in Reviews, a member of The Kansas City Film Critic's Circle, and a key component in the movement to digitally restore the 1986 classic film The Gate. Ryan is also the co-host of Blu Monday a DVD and Blu Ray review show which Lost in Reviews co-founder Angela Davis also appears. While he may be a film and music snob, that doesn't mean you can't be friends. Well it could if you don't like the same bands or films he does, overall it might be best to avoid the subject all together.

Follow Ryan Here: