And the winner of our STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS competition is…

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Happy new year all of you! I trust you had a great time and didn’t end up in a holding cell like Trevor for chewing on the mistletoe, that is NOT what it’s meant for boy! As you may know we have been running a rather awesome Star Wars: The Force Awakens competition since last year and today is the day we draw the winner! Now I am sure you have all seen the movie, right, RIGHT? I mean come on! It’s breaking every box office record, go see it already! I got to see it at the IMAX and it blew me (and Kervyn) away so I highly recommend you go and see it on the big screen, or even in 4-D.

Here’s a quick trailer to force those who haven’t seen it to go already:

So what was the prize again? Have a look below:


Fluffy Yoda FTW! So without further ado, here’s the winner…

Jordan Koen

Congratulations Jordan! I will be sending you an email shortly asking for details, I am sure this has made the first week of January a memorable one! And of course, thanks to the Walt Disney Company Africa for this opportunity!

Keep an eye out for more competitions as we head into this year of awesome movies!

Last Updated: January 4, 2017

Nick Reay

I have been an avid fan of movies ever since I discovered Santa Clause wasn't real, a day marked in my memory by my first viewing of It's a Wonderful Life, which wasn't so wonderful that day. Since then I've watched thousands of movies and even fooled my parents into putting me through uni to get a degree in the subject. I first started writing as a journalist for The South African Newspaper before moving onto communications for an NGO trying to save the planet. Unfortunately my recommendations to the CEO that we should all don rings imbued with the powers of earth, fire, wind, water and HEART went unheard. Now I pretend the end isn't nigh by hiding in movies.

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