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WIN COP CAR on Blu-ray

To celebrate the release of gripping thriller COP CAR, out now on Digital Download and available on Blu-ray™ and DVD and Digital Download from 19th October 2015, we’re giving THREE lucky winners the chance to bring home a Blu-ray!

Starring Golden Globe™ winner Kevin Bacon (Apollo 13, The Following) in what has been considered one of his best performances to date, COP CAR follows a pair of curious ten-year olds who find an abandoned cop car in a field. The boys’ impulsive joyride evolves into something far more sinister as their reckless driving catches the attention of the small town crooked sheriff (Bacon). With the sheriff determined to reclaim his missing car, a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues and the boys soon discover that the only way out is to go as fast as their cop car can take them.

Directed by Jon Watts, COP CAR continues to make waves after its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival and is released on Digital Download from 5th October and Blu-ray™ and DVD from 19th October 2015.

To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the following question:

Which Golden Globe™ winner stars in Cop Car?

a) Kevin Bacon

b) Kevin Spacey

c) Kevin McKidd

©2015 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved

COP CAR is out NOW on Digital Download, on Blu-ray™ and DVD

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