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Kubo And The Two Strings Vacation Giveaway

Over the past few years, Laika has quietly emerged as one of the most off-beat and consistently wonderful movie producers in the game. From Coraline to Paranorman to The Boxtrolls, the stop-motion studio has cultivated a unique voice and its own space inside the traditionally crowded animation space. On August 19, the studio will release its next effort, Kubo And The Two Strings, and to celebrate, the studio is giving away one of the greatest prize packages CinemaBlend has ever hosted.

As part of one beautiful package, Laika is flying one lucky family of 4 to Los Angeles. While there, said family will get to go to Universal Studios, stay in a hotel for two nights and tour "From Coraline to Kubo: A Magical LAIKA Experience". The whole thing is going to be a ton of fun, and it's all taking place next weekend. AUGUST 5TH TO AUGUST 7TH. That's right. It's a whirlwind, surprise-type experience, and you can only get it by filling out some information and answering a few questions, which you can do, after I get to a mountain of rules.

Everyone entering the giveaway must be at least eighteen years of age and a legal resident of the United States. To qualify, participants must fill out the following survey and answer all the applicable questions. Cinema Blend reserves the right to disqualify any participant for any reason. Cinema Blend is not responsible for any problems with communication. This trip is very soon and requires a very quick answer. Please leave an email address you check regularly. If you do not respond within 24 hours, another winner will be chosen.

Now that you've finished the quiz, you can check out the trailer for Kubo And The Two Strings below. Spoiler alert: it looks like a lot of fun. The flick follows Kubo as he tells stories about the people in his town. Unfortunately, he accidentally summons a spirit, and that spirit is not a happy camper. He tries to enforce a vendetta, and Kubo is forced to join forces with others in order to save everyone and solve a grand mystery.

Mack Rawden
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