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Win! Tickets to the Premiere of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People!

Win! Tickets to the Premiere of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People!

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uncut.co.uk has a pair of tickets to giveaway for the London premiere of How to Lose Friends & Alienate People taking place at the Empire Leicester Square this Wednesday (September 24)!

The film adapted from the Toby Young memoir of the same name stars Simon Pegg, Kirsten Dunst, Megan Fox, Gillian Anderson, Danny Husten and Jeff Bridges and you could be joining them all on the red carpet!

We also have a copy of the movie soundtrack for the winner and three runner-ups. The 19-track compilation features an exclusive new track from Duffy and new music by Grammy Award winning James Bond film music composer David Arnold too. For the full tracklisting see below.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets for the film premiere, simply click here.

This competition closes on Tuesday (September 23), at 5pm.
Please include your daytime and evening contact details. Travel costs to London are not included.

‘How To Lose Friends & Alienate People’ in cinemas everywhere from October 3.

For more information and to check out the trailer, click here, www.howtolosefriendsmovie.co.uk.

The OST tracklisting is:

Duffy ‘Enough Love’
Joey Ramone ‘What A Wonderful World’
Motorhead ‘Ace Of Spades’
The Bees ‘Chicken Payback
Dusty Springfield ‘Spooky’
ElectroVamp ‘Drinks Taste Better When They’re Free’
Nino Rota ‘La Dolce Vita (In Via Veneto)
Guillemots ‘Get Over It’
Leona Naess ‘Heavy Like Sunday’
The Kinks ‘You Really Got Me’
Scissor Sisters ‘I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’
The Killers ‘For Reasons Unknown’
Robyn ‘With Every Heartbeat’
ElectroVamp ‘I Love What You Do’
David Arnold ‘How To Lose Friends’
David Arnold ‘Sharps, Sophie, Cuba Chaos’
David Arnold ‘How To Make Friends’
David Arnold ‘Living The Dream
Nino Rota ‘La Dole Vita (Finale)

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