WIN! tickets to Valentine’s Day special film Endless Love at Huntingdon Cineworld

17:02 14 February 2014

Endless Love

Endless Love

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The Hunts Post has teamed up with Huntingdon Cineworld to offer readers the chance to win a pair of tickets.

Alex Pettyfer stars in a passionate drama of all-consuming young love in Endless Love.

Beautiful, innocent and studious Jade Butterfield (Gabriella Wilde) lives a life of wealth and privilege. When she encounters charming, handsome rough diamond David Axelrod (Pettyfer), the attraction between them is immediate.

As their love affair blossoms, Jade’s parents become increasingly concerned. Her father Hugh (Bruce Greenwood) worries about the kind of boy his daughter is involved with and begins to investigate impulsive David’s troubled past.

But dousing the flames of their overwhelming passion will not prove easy.

Scott Spencer’s bestselling romantic novel of the same title was first adapted for the screen in 1981. ‘Country Strong’ director Shana Feste and co-screenwriter Joshua Safran, of ‘Gossip Girl’ fame, have now reworked this intense love story for a new generation. ‘Stormbreaker’ star Alex Pettyfer leads an excellent cast opposite Gabriella Wilde, who was recently seen in the reimagining of ‘Carrie’.

To be in with a chance of winning one of two pairs of tickets to see a film of your choice at Huntingdon Cineworld, just tell us who wrote the Alex Rider Stormbreaker book.

Send your entries to competitions@huntspost.co.uk and include your name, telephone number and address and put Endless Love competition in the subject box. Closing date is February 20.

Usual Archant competition rules apply.

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