UK FANS: WIN a trip to Bel Ami Premiere at Berlinale   1 comment

From The Sun:


ROBERT Pattinson’s raunchy drama Bel Ami will have its World Premiere in Berlin on Friday, February 17. Here’s your chance to be there.

We’re sending one lucky reader and their guest to the German capital for the star-studded event where they’ll walk the red carpet with the film’s stars.

The winners must be available to fly to Berlin next Friday.

The film comes out in the UK on March 9, and stars R-Patz as a struggling outsider who rises to the top of Parisian high society by bedding with a string of wealthy women.
Among the influential movers and shakers he manipulates are Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristin Scott Thomas.

The film is based on Guy de Maupassant’s classic novel of the same name.

As well as seeing the stars and attending the premiere, this amazing prize package includes return UK flights for two to Berlin and two Berlin WelcomeCards to give you free reign of the city’s transport system.

You’ll spend three nights at the historical Ellington Hotel, a relaxed, elegant, four star design hotel in the heart of the city.

Find out more at For more on the film go to

To be in with a chance of winning, just answer one simple question. Competition closes at 10am on Tuesday, February 14.

Posted February 9, 2012 by fastieslowie in Robert Pattinson

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  1. Pingback: UK Fans: Win a Trip to the ‘Bel Ami’ Premiere at Berlinale! « The Pattinson Code

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