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Ticket Giveaway : Hail Caesar!


If there's anything more sumptuous than a Coen brothers historical throwback, I haven’t seen it. Hail, Caesar! is a comedy (with a dash of mystery) film set in the 1950s, the golden age of Hollywood. Written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, the movie follows a “fixer” type (Josh Brolin) who is trying to track down a missing actor (George Clooney), who disappears one day while on set. The film has a banger of a cast: joining Brolin and Clooney is Scarlett Johannson, Ralph Fiennes, Jonah Hill, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton and Channing Tatum. Yasss!



Web Wombat has FIVE DOUBLE PASSES to give away for Hail Caesar!, and it’s easy as pie to enter: simply head to Web Wombat’s Twitter (@web_wombat), make sure you follow us, and tweet us your favourite Coen brothers film! Easy peasy! Winners will be notified by Twitter. Competition ends March 31.

Hail, Caeser! is in Australian cinemas Thursday February 25th.



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