Win an AMERICAN REUNION Prize Pack – Fancy Meeting You Here! Films with Cast Cross-Overs

In honor of American Reunion debuting on Blu-ray and DVD July 10, we’re offering up a sweet prize pack to two lucky readers.

Eugene Levy and Jennifer Coolidge have appeared in the American Pie franchise together, and also in many Christopher Guest movies. This feature will highlight other duos who have appeared in multiple, unrelated movies together, including Tom Hanks with Meg Ryan, Matt Damon with Ben Affleck, and Will Ferrell with Luke Wilson.

The entire cast of American Pie returns to East Great Falls for their high-school reunion in the outrageous comedy American Reunion, available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, and On Demand, with a never-before-seen unrated version, on July 10 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment. In one long-overdue weekend, old friends will reconnect, old flames re-ignite and everyone will rediscover just how much fun you can pack into one hilarious weekend.

Jennifer Coolidge & Eugene Levy

After several appearances in American Pie franchise films, American Reunion finally brought our favorite mom and dad together. But this isn’t the first time that Coolidge and Levy have shared screen time. The comedians have also appeared in movies like Best in Show, For Your Consideration and A Mighty Wind.

Meg Ryan & Tom Hanks

The first time that Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks appeared onscreen together was in the little-known Joe Versus the Volcano, where Ryan played three different characters. After that, the two starred in the hugely popular romance, Sleepless in Seattle and then went on to continue their partnership in You’ve Got Mail.

Matt Damon & Ben Affleck

After writing Good Will Hunting together, both Damon and Affleck were on top of the world, topped off with an Oscar win. These BFFs were also in School Ties, Chasing Amy, Glory Daze, Dogma and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back together and though they haven’t reunited onscreen in a while, they have remained close friends in real life.

Brad Pitt & George Clooney

After filming Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s 11, Pitt and Clooney had so much fun that they signed on for two sequels, mostly to hang out for longer. The two have had an ongoing friendship and reunited in Burn After Reading as well. The two had to square off at this year’s Oscars as well, with both nominated for Best Actor. (They both lost to Jean Dujardin who won for The Artist).

Adam Sandler & Rob Schneider

Possibly the most seen on-screen duo is that of Sandler and Schneider. After working together on Saturday Night Live through the early ’90s , the two of appeared in nearly 20 films together including The Waterboy, Little Nicky, The Hot Chick, 50 First Dates, Grandma’s Boy and Grown Ups. Last year, the two appeared together in Jack and Jill, and many more collaborations are in the works.

Woody Allen and Diane Keaton

The beginning of Keaton’s film career was primarily shaped by films with writer/director Woody Allen, including the first project they worked together on, Play It Again, Sam in 1972. That was followed by Sleeper, Love and Death and then of course, Annie Hall, where she won the Best Actress Academy Award. Allen even based the character of Annie Hall on Keaton who continued an on-again, off-again romance through the ‘70s and early ‘80s.

Our prize pack consists the brand new Blu-Ray and a special beer flavored lip balm. Check it out:

So how do you enter to win? It takes just 3 easy steps!



1. LIKE us on Facebook

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3. Comment here with saying which one of the American Pie movies was your favorite.*



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We’ll notify 2 winners on July 17. Must have a US shipping address. 

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Kristal Bailey

Kristal Bailey

With a soft spot for movies that fall into the “So Bad They’re Good” category, Kristal Bailey regularly watches B-movies, 80s comedies, and sci-fi from the 50s and 60s. She also refuses to grow up if that means she has to hide her love for Disney and Pixar films.

In her free time, she enjoys reading graphic novels or books that are soon to be turned into movies, watching hours and hours of television, and spending way too much time on Twitter.