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MySpace Black Curtain Presents Zombieland

MYSPACE BLACK CURTAIN PRESENTS....

ZOMBIELAND

MySpace Black Curtain presents a screening of ZOMBIELAND on the 2nd December in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

The only way MySpace users can attend an exclusive preview screening is by befriending the Black Curtain profile www.myspace.com/blackcurtainnz where from 5pm on Wednesday 25th November, they will find a code to SMS in order to be sent a unique ticket to their mobile.

ABOUT THE MOVIE
Zombieland focuses on two men who have found a way to survive a world overrun by zombies. Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) is a big wuss - but when you're afraid of being eaten by zombies, fear can keep you alive. Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) is an AK-totin', zombie-slayin' badass whose single determination is to get the last Twinkie on earth. As they join forces with Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin), who have also found unique ways to survive the zombie mayhem, they will have to determine which is worse: relying on each other or succumbing to the zombies. The film stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin and directed by Ruben Fleischer. Rotten Tomatoes 89%

SCREENING DETAILS

Auckland – 2nd Dec, SkyCity St Lukes 6.15pm
Wellington – 2nd Dec, Reading Courtenay Pl 6.15pm
Christchurch – 2nd Dec, Hoyts Riccarton 6.15pm

RSVP opens at 5pm on 25th November


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