Giveaway: Win Juno on DVD, Yo!


As you will probably know (because you are cool and read our site constantly), Juno is hitting DVD here in a few short weeks — April 15th to be exact. Earlier today, we posted a deleted scene from Juno to help get you a little more excited for the film, and as soon as we get our hands on more cool stuff from the DVD release, we will share that as well.

But this is not about showing you cool stuff from the DVD, it is about hooking you up with a FREE copy that you can enjoy all to yourself. With that said, we’ve got a great new giveaway!

The Prize:

A FREE Copy of Juno on DVD (2 Winners)

The Rules:

All you have to do is be a subscriber of our Daily Updates via Email. It is simple, spam free and (sometimes) informative. Every day you will get the best of Film School Rejects right in your inbox, without having to lift a finger (we also prefer the lazy way). All you need to do is fill out the form and confirm your email address (you will get an email from Feedburner, in which there is a link that you must click to activate). Once you have activated you subscription (which is free, by the way), you will be automatically entered in this and every other future FSR promotion! How about that, right?

Be sure to Sign up below. Winners will be drawn on Friday, April 11th.

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Juno stars Ellen Page, Michael Cera and Olivia Thirlby. It was nominated for 4 Oscars, winning one (Best Original Screenplay, Diablo Cody). It was directed by Jason Reitman. Pick it up on DVD (if you don’t win a free copy) on April 15th.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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