To celebrate the return of male supermodel ‘Zoolander’ to the big screen, Barbican Leisure Park has created a selfie competition with a difference.
Barbican Leisure Park is calling out for people of Plymouth to share their very best ‘Blue Steel’ selfies for the chance of winning a free meal and movie tickets to the new Zoolander 2 movie
The hotly anticipated film hits the cinema screens on Friday 12th February, 15 years after Zoolander 1 took the world by storm.
Ben Stiller returns to direct and star alongside a stellar cast including sidekick Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz, Kristen Wiig, Will Ferrell, and Benedict Cumberbatch. Rumour has it a whole host of celebrities will also be appearing in hilarious cameo roles including Justin Bieber, Naomi Campbell, Katy Perry, Ariana Grande and even the Kardashians!
Barbican Leisure Park invites you to send in your best ‘Blue Steel’ selfie to be in with a chance to win a free meal at Chiquito and 2 tickets to watch Zoolander 2 at Vue cinema.
To enter just pucker up and post your Blue Steel selfie on the Plymouth Barbican Leisure Park Facebook page with #BlueSteel. One winner will be announced each week throughout February.
Rebecca Newman, spokesperson for Barbican Leisure Park said: “It’s without doubt that Zoolander is an iconic comedy and its return to the big screen is really exciting. To celebrate this fun and hilarious film we had to match it with a fun competition and that’s why we’re calling out for Plymouth’s best blue steel pictures!”
The movies follows the events when the world’s most beautiful musical celebrities are systematically assassinated with formerly famous model Derek Zoolander’s iconic “Blue Steel” look on their face, Interpol recruits Derek and his rival-turned-partner Hansel McDonald to infiltrate a new and different world of high fashion in order to put a stop to it. Meanwhile, Derek’s rival Jacobim Mugatu is set free and is seeking revenge.
(from a press release)
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