Are you crazy for all things kaiju? Have you redecorated your room to look like the apartment version of the Shatterdome? Can we always find you in the Drift? Do you think you’re the most passionate Pacific Rim fan in all the land? If you answered “yes” to any of these, then we have some good news–John Boyega, Legendary, and Universal want you to enter the Pacific Rim Uprising Hall of Heroes contest and let your fandom flag fly.
Whether you’re a fan artist with a passion for drawing massive mechs, a cosplayer with a screen-accurate Drivesuit, a collector of every kaiju toy you can get your hands on, or something else entirely, this contest is all about you. Legendary wants to find the biggest, most passionate Pacific Rim fans around and give them a chance to be featured in the hotly anticipated sequel. But don’t take it from me. Let John Boyega explain it to you.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FALt-EPghzo&feature=youtu.be
In order to enter to win, visit http://www.GoJaeger.com, fill out the required entry information, and submit a video or photo explaining why you’re the World’s Biggest Pacific Rim fan. Also make sure to include a short paragraph about your photograph or video submission to explain what it is and why you submitted it. All entries will be judged based on creativity, execution of theme, and quality. Two (2) grand prize winners will be have their photograph featured in the Hall of Heroes in Pacific Rim Uprising and win a trip for two Los Angeles, CA where they’ll get a behind-the-scenes tour of all things Pacific Rim. Ten (10) first prize winners will get to have their names appear in the end credits of the film as additional inductees to the Hall of Heroes.
Just don’t take too long to decide what you want to do. The contest ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on December 6, 2017, so you’ll need to strike while the iron’s hot!
Think you’re the world’s biggest Pacific Rim fan? Prove it in the comments below, and tell us your Uprising theories while you’re there!
Pacific Rim Uprising comes out on March 23, 2018.
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