October 02, 2007 08:28:10 GMT
Take a look on the high-profile cast members in their roles while reach for a chance to donate $25,000 to a charity organization of your choice.
MGM is really being generous to moviegoers regarding its upcoming release of "Lions for Lambs." Not only the company has brought up several production photos from the flick but also is holding an open contest to win a chance of doing charity.
Posted via Cinematical.com, the stills delightfully capture images of principal cast members like Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep, Michael Pena, and Derek Luke as well as Robert Redford who also directs the political drama. Cruise portrays charismatic Presidential hopeful, Senator Jasper Irving while Streep acts as TV journalist Janine Roth. Pena and Luke, in the meantime, are two university students joining the battle in Afghanistan upon being inspired by their idealistic professor, Dr. Stephen Malley, played by Redford.
As for the contest, called "What Do You Stand For?" contest, MGM is collaborating with YouTube to invite people at age 18 and older to send a 90-second video discussing an important social issue they are passionate about. Videos can be uploaded on YouTube's Lions for Lambs page up to Wednesday, October 17.
All the works submitted will be examined by a panel of judges that will pick ten finalist videos for public to vote during October 22-November 11. The winner will be announced on or about November 9, 2007 and is entitled to help determining what charity should receive $25,000 besides getting his/her video featured on the YouTube homepage. For further details and requirement of joining the contest, please go to Contests.labpixies.com.