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Director Gus Van Sant and star (and co-writer!) Matt Damon haven’t worked together since 1997’s star-making Good Will Hunting, but the duo are back together for Promised Land, a new contemporary drama that stars Damon and co-writer John Krasinski as two very different men who descend on a small town when Damon’s big business fracking company attempts to purchase the drilling rights to a town in serious decline. It sounds simple. It’s not.

To get you ready for another finely-tuned Van Sant/Damon outing, we’re giving away one (1) prize pack from Promised Land to one (that is 1) lucky winner. The prize pack includes: a $25 Visa gift card, Good Will Hunting on Blu-ray, and “Focus Features’ 10th Anniversary: A Collection of Film Score” soundtrack on CD.

To win one (1) prize pack from Gus Van Sant’s Promised Land, all you have to do is jump down into the comments section and let us know just what your favorite Matt Damon film is. Not a Damon fan? (First of all, what?) You can name your favorite John Krasinski film instead. Please also provide your email address in your comment. This contest is only open to U.S. residents. The contest will close on Thursday, January 4th, at 8:00PM PST. The winners will be chosen at random to receive one Promised Land prize pack as described above. After the break, check out the film’s poster and trailer.


Thanks to Focus Features for providing this prize pack!

Promised Land hits wide release on January 4th.

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