On a mission to uncover a mastermind hacker

The third instalment of the hit comedy series Johnny English Strikes Again will be shown in Singapore from Sept 20.

Rowan Atkinson returns as the much loved accidental secret agent, with Emma Thompson and Olga Kurylenko joining the cast.

The new adventure begins when a cyber-attack reveals the identities of all active undercover agents in Britain, leaving Johnny English (Atkinson) as the secret service's last hope.

Called out of retirement, he dives head first into action with the mission to find the mastermind hacker.

Emma Thompson (above, left) joins Rowan Atkinson, who plays the British secret service's last hope, in Johnny English Strikes Again (right).
Emma Thompson (left) joins Rowan Atkinson, who plays the British secret service's last hope, in Johnny English Strikes Again. PHOTOS: UIP SINGAPORE

As a man with few skills and analogue methods, Johnny English must overcome the challenges of modern technology to make this mission a success.

Emma Thompson (above, left) joins Rowan Atkinson, who plays the British secret service's last hope, in Johnny English Strikes Again (right).
Emma Thompson joins Rowan Atkinson, who plays the British secret service's last hope, in Johnny English Strikes Again (above). PHOTOS: UIP SINGAPORE

And just 50 readers of The Straits Times will get a pair of tickets to catch the movie premiere on Tuesday, Sept 18, at Shaw Lido, 7pm.

1. Download the SPH Rewards app.

2. Look out for the Rewards section.

3. Save the deal to your e-wallet.

4. Press the "Go to Website" button on the "Details" page and answer the following question: What is the name of the actor who plays Johnny English?

The contest ends tomorrow.

*Terms and conditions apply. Winners will be informed via email.


Innovative sanitiser that's eco-friendly

The Kilgerms KP800 steriliser spray can be used for personal hygiene and in food preparation.
The Kilgerms KP800 steriliser spray can be used for personal hygiene and in food preparation. PHOTO: KILGERMS

For those seeking effective yet natural sanitisers and disinfectants, the Kilgerms KP800 steriliser spray could be your answer.

It is an innovative device that electrolyses salt water to produce hypochlorous acid (HOCI), a naturally occurring substance that is also generated by our body's white blood cells to kill pathogens.

According to the manufacturer, the eco-friendly, fast-acting, multi-purpose natural disinfectant can be used for personal hygiene, to clean wounds and even in food preparation for vegetables and fruits.

The system is sold at $598 but subscribers of any SPH newspaper can get it for $270.

Get more details in your SPH Rewards app.


The Straits Times Loyalty Programme allows readers to enjoy a whole range of dining, shopping and leisure perks by just subscribing to The Straits Times.

There are also lucky draw prizes to be won and discounts on exciting events.

HOW TO ENJOY SUBSCRIBER BENEFITS?

  • Open the Apple App Store for iPhone users or Google Play for Android phone users.
  • Search for the SPH Rewards app and download it. Users with existing mySPH accounts can use the same user ID and password to log in to the app. Those who have yet to create an account can follow the simple steps to register for one.
  • Subscribers can get family members to download the app on their own devices and sign in using the same log-in details to benefit from the deals.
  • After logging in, simply flash the ST+ e-card in the application to enjoy benefits from various partners.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 08, 2018, with the headline 'ST + news with benefits'. Print Edition | Subscribe