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HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 25 Chicago Passes to ‘Just Wright’ With Queen Latifah, Common

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CHICAGO – In our latest romantic sports comedy edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film, we have 25 admit-two run-of-engagement movie passes up for grabs to the new film “Just Wright” with Queen Latifah and Common! The film opened on May 14, 2010. These passes are valid at participating Chicago movie theaters during the film’s run.

The film also stars Paula Patton, James Pickens Jr., Phylicia Rashad, Pam Grier, Laz Alonso, Mehcad Brooks, Michael Landes, Dwight Howard, Dwyane Wade, Rashard Lewis, Bobby Simmons Jr., Jalen Rose and Rajon Rondo from director Sanaa Hamri and writer Michael Elliot.

To win your free “Just Wright” movie pass, 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 Just Wright with Queen Latifah and Common
The movie poster for “Just Wright” with Queen Latifah and Common.
Image credit: Fox Searchlight Pictures

Here is the plot description for “Just Wright”:

“Just Wright” stars Queen Latifah (“Bringing Down the House”) as Leslie Wright: a straight-shooting physical therapist who gets the dream job of working with NBA all-star Scott McKnight (Common, “Date Night”). All is going well until Leslie finds herself falling for Scott, which forces her to choose between the gig of a lifetime and the tug of war inside her heart.

Oblivious to her romantic overtures, McKnight is drawn to the affections of Leslie’s gorgeous childhood friend, Morgan (Paula Patton, “Precious”), who has her sights set on being an NBA trophy wife. Is Leslie destined to play the role of “best friend” forever or will Scott finally see that what he always wanted is right in front of him?

Set against the world of championship basketball, the game of love takes on the battle of the sexes in the romantic sports comedy “Just Wright”. The film stars three of Hollywood’s most charismatic personalities as they navigate the full-court press of love.

The movie trailer for “Just Wright” can be viewed now below.

To secure your free “Just Wright” movie pass, you must be logged into your HollywoodChicago.com Web site account. If you don’t yet have one, you can quickly register here. Having a free Web site account with a valid e-mail address is required to win this Hookup.

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 If you had to pick one, which would you choose: the job of a lifetime or the love of a lifetime?

This HollywoodChicago.com Hookup is simple: 25 HollywoodChicago.com readers will be randomly selected as our “Just Wright” Hookup winners! The winners will be mailed the movie passes at our expense. Good luck!

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


© 2010 Adam Fendelman, HollywoodChicago.com LLC

Anonymous's picture

love of a lifetime

love of a lifetime

ammerocks's picture


Jobs are overrated. I’d rather marry rich.

Russ Love's picture

Love or Job?

I’d pick the love of a lifetime because no amount of success is worth it, if you don’t have anyone to share it with.

Mr.Carl.Lee's picture


Because you can’t take it with you.

dirto's picture

love is best because it

love is best because it lasts a life time

Rica14's picture

just wright

Love wins all of the time!!

Anonymous's picture

Love- always

bpandy1's picture

Not just where you go in life, but who is beside you in life!

The love of a lifetime!…a lesson I learned in the book ‘suzanne’s letters to nicholas’ is that in juggling life, there are glass balls and rubber balls…job is a rubber ball…it can bounce back anytime….but relationships are glass balls…once they bounce, they shatter…sadly… It simply is not about where you go in life but who is beside you in life!

SKment's picture

Love vs job of a lifetime

I would go with the job of a lifetime, since I have to be happy and love can be disappointing. I can at least control my own destiny with the job of a lifetime.

kingastepien's picture

It would be love for sure..I

It would be love for sure..I am a romantic at heart..I’d rather be poor and happy then rich and miserable.

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