The Straits Times is giving away 650 pairs of tickets to the upcoming action thriller Jason Bourne as part of National Day celebrations and to thank subscribers for their support.
The movie, rated PG13 for violence, will be screened at Shaw Theatres Lido on Aug 6, with several screening times, from the first at 4pm to the last at 5pm.
Matt Damon reprises his critically acclaimed role as the movie's eponymous hero and reunites with director Paul Greengrass. Jason Bourne is the duo's third film in the franchise based on Robert Ludlum's novels about a highly skilled special agent who loses his memory. It tells the tale of Bourne, who now remembers who he really is, trying to uncover truths about his past.
Mr Warren Fernandez, editor of The Straits Times, said: "This is expected to be another fun, fast-paced and smart Bourne adventure that we are sure our readers will enjoy. So we have worked with our partners to make this happen as a special National Day treat for our readers."
Tickets to the movie screenings will be given out via a lucky draw. All Straits Times direct subscribers will be automatically included in the draw.
The draw to select the winners will be conducted tomorrow. From Tuesday to Aug 4, winners will receive an SMS or e-mail. They will need to respond to confirm their attendance via an online form.
If winners do not confirm their attendance by the deadline stated in the SMS or e-mail, their tickets will be reallocated.