Win Tickets to 'The Hunger Games' Premiere!
The Hunger Games will be having its highly-anticipated world premiere in Los Angeles next month and we’ve got our hands on a pair of tickets to give away!
One lucky JustJared.com reader will score two tickets to the red carpet event, held Monday, March 12, at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live.
NOTE: Transportation and accommodation for this contest will not be provided.
HOW TO ENTER:
STEP 1: LIKE JustJared.com on Facebook
STEP 2: LIKE Hunger Games on Facebook
STEP 3: READ the official rules.
STEP 4:: ANSWER this question in the comment section – “What district would you like to live in and why?” Also be sure to leave us the email address (will not be published) used on your Facebook so we can message you that you’ve won.
Approximate Retail Value: $200
This contest ends Wednesday, February 22, at 4:59 p.m. EST. Good luck!!!
This contest is now closed. The winner is Dannika who submitted the following answer to our question:
I believe that the District that would best suit me would be District 8. I really like working with cloth and fabric, so District 8 would be for me. Also, I love the fact that they were right behind D12 in the rebellion. They aren’t well-represented in the books, but I think they’re one of the most important districts! Without them, the other districts may have never rebelled. Since they were such an inspirational District, I believe we should give them due credit. In the books, they don’t have much of a spoken influence, but they make everyone’s clothes! Even though they are not one of the poorest Districts, they aren’t exactly filthy rich. I connect with them in a lot of ways. I do really pride myself on being inspirational and standing up for the right thing even though there may be consequences. I liked that even though the Capitol made things a LOT worse for them, they never gave in. They were strong and loyal to their fellow citizens of Panem. I’d love to be in a District who was willing to take a stand so strongly for what they believed in.
In the real world, I compare them to workers in underdeveloped countries. They are incredibly perseverant, even though they don’t get many rewards for their service. I’m sure the people of D8 wished they were more appreciated for their efforts. Their strong wills and good nature inspires me to do my best in everything I can. I think that they connect to workers on an even deeper level in that they want to get out of it for something better. Bonnie and Twill, for example, are a pair of people who fled D8 for D13 in hopes of having a better tomorrow. Even though they never made it, I think their sacrifice showed what a strong District D8 truly is. I would be honored to be a part of their fight.
Thanks to all for entering!!!