Win A Signed Where the Wild Things Are Poster

Personally inked by director Spike Jonze and the cast

by | November 22, 2009 | Comments

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It’s one of 2009’s most anticipated films — director Spike Jonze’s adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s kids’ classic, Where the Wild Things Are — and it’s almost, at long last, about to arrive in cinemas.

To celebrate, Rotten Tomatoes and Roadshow Films are giving one lucky reader the chance to own a one-of-a-kind prize: a Where the Wild Things Are poster (like the one at left), signed by Spike Jonze, star Max Records, Forest Whitaker, Catherine Keener and Paul Dano.

To win, simply tell us in 25 words or less why you want this poster hanging on your wall. The best answer will win. Easy, no? Send your reply, along with your mailing address, to: Where the Wild Things Are Poster Giveaway.

Entries close Friday, December 4. The winner will be notified by mail. Please note that the contest is open to Australian residents only.


Where the Wild Things Are is released nationally on December 3.

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