John Cena's Blockers Movie Is Giving Out Free Tickets
If you're reading CinemaBlend right now, there's a good chance that you love movies. What's one thing better than a movie? A free movie. That's something cinephiles have known for a long time, and to capitalize on that love, John Cena's upcoming comedy Blockers is actually giving away free tickets. Don't worry, we have all of the information that you will need.
With the April 6 release of Blockers looming, Universal has officially commenced the major marketing push to get the movie in front of as many eyes as possible. To accomplish that end, the studio is giving out free Blockers tickets to select audiences in cities all over the country. Availability, location and time will vary depending on who you are and where you're from, but if you are a fan of comedy, then this looks like an event that you likely won't want to miss. You can head to Universal Screenings to get more information about the screenings and the tickets.
Blockers centers its story on three parents (John Cena, Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz) who take it upon themselves to prevent their teenage children from losing their virginities on prom night. Not only is it the latest comedic effort from three well-known and popular comedic leads (between films like Trainwreck and Sisters, Cena has proven himself as a particularly fun and unexpected comedic force), but it's also the directorial debut for Kay Cannon. Up to this point, Cannon has become largely known for her role as the screenwriter of the Pitch Perfect franchise, so it will almost certainly prove interesting to see how she evolves as she steps into the director's chair. Blockers is already generating some insane buzz based off of the early reviews (it has an 89% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which is almost unheard of in the realm of raunchy comedies), so these tickets are likely going to be worth it.
If you're looking for a closer glimpse at Blockers' particular brand of R-rated comedy, then make sure to check out the film's red band trailer below! Be warned, however, it is most certainly not safe for work.
CinemaBlend will keep you posted with all relevant updates related to Blockers as more information associated with the hard-R comedy becomes available to us. The film will debut on April 6, and for now, check out our movie premiere guide to see what other major motion pictures are on the horizon in 2018!
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