To celebrate ‘Mother’s Day’ being released last Friday, we wanted to take a look back at the up and coming actress, Britt Robertson’s, best roles, whether that be on the big screen or TV. She’s been in involved in some pretty fab projects, and we’ve kind of grown a bit obsessed with following her IMDb page for anything new.
As well as all that excitement and potential room for must-see TV shows and films, we’re also giving three of you lucky lot the chance to win a ‘Mother’s Day’ hamper, so keep your eyes peeled for more details.
The winners are @mxchaelsangel, @stxpidsauce and @shanefilanfanx. Congratulations!
1. ‘The First Time’
Britt Robertson and ‘Teen Wolf’ star, Dylan O’Brien, play Aubrey and Dave, a senior and a junior trying to balance schoool and their inevitable futures, whilst also navigating the awkwardness of first times and perhaps first loves. We’ve watched this one a ridiculous amount of times and it still gives us butterflies.
2. ‘Life Unexpected’
‘Life Unexpected’ is a two seasons long TV show about Lux, a 16-year-old girl who’s been stuck in foster care for the whole of her life. She seeks out her mum, Cate Cassidy, high-profile radio personality, and her dad, bar owner Nate Bazile, in order to become an emancipated minor. Obviously, though, things are never that straight forward.
3. ‘Ask Me Anything’
This is one for all you Netflix lovers. ‘Ask Me Anything’ follows Katie and her anonymous blog as she documents her sexual affairs in her gap year between high school and college. It takes a bit of a dark turn, but we still reckon it’s worth a watch.
4. ‘The Secret Circle’
RIP to all the shows that got cancelled before they could truly become something epic. ‘The Secret Circle’ only received one season before it was cruelly axed by The CW. However, we still love all the witchy vibes and think you should all watch it and cry with us.
5. ‘Avalon High’
It’s a Disney Channel Original, so you just know it’s going to be a good’n. It’s got a good dose of high school drama and history, so it’s fun and basically educational. You could probs get away with watching this one and pretending it counts as revision? And by pretending, we mean it definitely does count!
6. ‘The Longest Ride’
Oh, how we do love a Nicholas Sparks movie adaption! ‘The Longest Ride’ sees Britt play Sophia Danko, who falls in love with Luke Collins (obvs), a bullrider who had been injured a year prior to their meeting. As is always the case with any Sparks story, their paths are more closely interwoven when they rescue an elderly man from a car wreckage and Sophia discovers a box of letters between the man and his late wife.
7. ‘Mother’s Day’
And here we have the most important, possibly best, role of them all in the recently released, star-studded ‘Mother’s Day’. It is the third in Garry Marshall’s holiday romantic comedies, following ‘Valentine’s Day’ and ‘New Year’s Eve’. The film sees several different families deciding how to come to terms with the day as they deal with variations of love, whether lost, new or unrequited. Britt plays the role of Kristen, who was given up for adoption when she was born. As her wedding approaches, she is encouraged by her friend, Jesse (Kate Hudson), to go and look for her.
They all sound pretty amazing, right? We particularly can’t wait to make a trip to the cinema to see ‘Mother’s Day’. It could legit be our next fave chick flick.
We’re so excited that we wanted to celebrate the film’s release by giving you the chance to win a ‘Mother’s Day’ themed prize. 1 of 3 lucky winners could be in the chance of winning a hamper filled with a selection of DVDs, as well as a lovely picnic set. Due to the nature of the prize, it is only open to those 18 and over within the UK.
To be in a chance of winning, fill out the form below and answer the very simple question.
The all important Ts & Cs:
- Competition opens: 13 June 2016 at 3PM GMT.
- Competition closes: 20 June 2016 at 9PM GMT.
- Entrants must be aged 18 or over and resident in the UK. The Promoter has the right, at its discretion, to request proof of age and residence to receive the prize.
- Entry is free of charge. Internet access is required.
- To enter the competition, entrants must select the correct answer to the following question “Who is the director of MOTHER’S DAY?” from the multiple choice answers given “Garry Marshall/Barry Marshall/Terry Marshall” by the competition close date.
- Only one entry per person will be considered.
- Prize for each winner is one (1) Mother’s Day hamper including: one (1) Brooklyn DVD, one (1) Dirty Dancing DVD, one (1) Chocolat DVD, one (1) What to Expect When You’re Expecting DVD, one (1) The Big Wedding DVD.
- The Promoter reserves the right to substitute each item in the prize with an item of equivalent rating and audience in its sole discretion.
- Winner(s) will be chosen at random and contacted by a representative from a third party by email/telephone provided on entry up to 72 hours after closing date.
- Proof of submission shall not be proof of receipt. Entries that are incomplete, incorrectly filled in, illegal, illegible, in the incorrect format or fraudulent or those not received in accordance with these Terms and Conditions will be deemed invalid and not accepted. The Promoter does not accept any responsibility for technical failures which prevent an entrant from submitting an entry and no responsibility will be accepted by the Promoter for entries lost, corrupted or delayed in transmission.
- In order to receive the prize, the winner(s) must respond within 28 days of notification that they are a winner.
- If the winner(s) fail to respond within 28 days of notification that they are a winner, the prize will be forfeited and an alternative winner(s) will be contacted.
- The Promoter is Lions Gate International (UK) Limited of 5 th Floor, 45 Mortimer Street, London, W1W 8HJ (Company No. 08936180). The competition is run in association with Maximum Pop!.
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- There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
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- The names of the winner(s) will be announced on the 20th June 2016 and may be obtained for three months after the competition close date by sending a signed handwritten request along with a stamped self-addressed envelope to the Marketing Team, Lionsgate, 5 th Floor, 45 Mortimer Street, London W1W 8HJ and marked with the name “Mother’s Day Hamper Competition Winners.”
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