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HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Signed Poster By ‘Barry Munday’ Star Patrick Wilson, Two Magnolia DVDs

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CHICAGO – In this edition of the HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: DVD, two lucky winners will clean up with two DVDs from Magnolia Pictures for the movies “The Great Buck Howard” and “The Answer Man” plus a full-size poster for “Barry Munday” signed by Patrick Wilson, Judy Greer and director Chris D’Arienzo!

“Barry Munday” stars Patrick Wilson, Judy Greer, Chloë Sevigny and Mae Whitman and opened in theaters on Oct. 1, 2010. “The Great Buck Howard” stars Tom Hanks, John Malkovich, Colin Hanks, Emily Blunt and Steve Zahn. “The Answer Man” stars Jeff Daniels, Lauren Graham, Olivia Thirlby and Kat Dennings.

To win your free DVDs and poster courtesy of HollywoodChicago.com, all you need to do is answer our question in this Web-based submission form. That’s it! Directions to enter this HollywoodChicago.com Hookup and immediately win can be found beneath the graphic below.

The movie poster for Barry Munday with Patrick Wilson, Judy Greer and Chloe Sevigny
The movie poster for “Barry Munday” with Patrick Wilson, Judy Greer and Chloë Sevigny.
Image credit: Magnolia Pictures

Here is the plot description for “Barry Munday”:

Barry Munday – a suburban wanna-be ladies man – wakes up in the hospital after being attacked in a movie theater only to realize that he is missing one of his most prized possessions: his testicles. To make matters worse, Barry learns he’s facing a paternity lawsuit filed by a woman he can’t remember having sex with.

With this being Barry’s last chance to ever be a father, Barry reaches out and embraces the journey of parenthood and the onslaught of bumps that face him along the way. Filled with an ensemble of unusual characters, “Barry Munday” is the surprisingly heart-warming tale of a guy who finds it took losing his manhood to be a better man.

The movie trailer for “Barry Munday” can be watched now below.

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Next, simply answer our question. You must submit your answer using this confidential, Web-based submission form. Please do not comment in this Hookup. Your entry will be invalid if you only comment here and don’t submit into our Web-based form. Please only submit your answer using this submission form.

You must include your first and last name, e-mail address and physical mailing address in your submission. Your personal information will not be sold or shared, will be kept strictly confidential and is only for awarding winning entries. Please answer our question below.

Star How would your life change if you found out tomorrow that you can no longer have sex?

This HollywoodChicago.com Hookup is simple: two lucky HollywoodChicago.com readers will be randomly selected as the winner for our “Barry Munday” signed poster and Magnolia DVD Hookup! Our winners will receive their prize packs via mail at our expense.

HollywoodChicago.com editor-in-chief and publisher Adam Fendelman


© 2010 Adam Fendelman, HollywoodChicago.com LLC

slaphap's picture

how things would change

Things wouldn’t change a bit, I gave up on sex after having a couple of kids….. finally learned my lesson!

dj4our's picture


I would go around the country preaching abstinence.

mswoodard2010's picture

If i found out that i could no longer hav sex........

Hmmm that’s a very hard question. I don’t think life would really change that much. Yes its a big part of life but not the one thing that I can’t live without. Life wud go on!! Ms Woodard

tckaye41's picture

I’m not sure. But there

I’m not sure. But there are more important things in life.

DaveTheBatMan's picture

If I found out I could no longer have sex, then...

I would get SO much more work done on my personal projects, since I’d be thinking ABOVE my waist!

goodscot's picture

No More Sex

How would it be different from my life now? No seriously, my life would change dramatically. Although sex isn’t everything, it is still a huge part of my life.

dave vera's picture

win tix

i would like to win free passes

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Sally's picture

No longer sex

Well, what cause that? Would it be a physical dysfunctionality or just losing interest in having sex? It wouldn’t change much, except I would probably go see a sex therapist for the first time in my life to find out why.

mickus's picture

no sex

I guess you have to define what sex is. Is it with another partner as there are alternatives. I can live without sex as there are other pleasures in life such as a good movie, books, great food and theater. It is only one of life’s many pleasures.

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