Who among us hasn’t been mystified, baffled, or dumbfounded by what a boyfriend, husband, or male co-worker or family member was thinking? In the upcoming movie What Men Want, Taraji P. Henson is all of us — a woman at the usual disadvantage when it comes to reading men’s minds. Until, that is, she can. To help you, like Henson’s character Ali Davis, “level up” and lean into the best version of yourself at the start of 2019, we’ve partnered with the film to give away a trip for two to its L.A. premiere, along with perks including a spa session and MM.LaFleur “Bento boxes” full of luxury apparel for professional women. (Scroll down to find out how the film is all about being a boss.) Plus, 15 runners-up will win two tickets to see the movie in theaters. Enter below, and check out What Men Want in theaters on February 8.
How to Enter
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Grand prize (one winner):
• Two round-trip flights to Los Angeles
• Two-night hotel stay (for two guests)
• Two passes to an L.A. spa
• Two passes to an L.A. exercise studio
• Two MM.LaFleur Bento boxes
• Car service/transportation credit
Runners-up prizes (15 winners):
• 15 individuals will each receive two tickets to see What Men Want (redeemable via Fandango gift codes).
No purchase necessary. Please find all the rules and regulations here.
More About the Movie
As a role-reversing follow-up to 2000’s What Women Want, the film — which hits theaters on February 8 — features Henson as Ali Davis, a career climber competing with card-carrying boys’-club-member colleagues. When she starts hearing men’s inner thoughts, Davis realizes this supernatural gift can help her level the playing field with her sports-agent peers. And, of course, outlandish, boundary-pushing comedy ensues.
Among the star-studded cast are Tracy Morgan, Phoebe Robinson, Max Greenfield, Richard Roundtree, Aldis Hodge, Erykah Badu, Pete Davidson, and Kellan Lutz. And since the movie comes from the producers of Girls Trip, going to see it as a group would make a great girls’ night out, or a laugh-until-you-cry Galentine’s Day activity. Plus, there’s a good chance you’ll all walk out feeling motivated to dominate at work and life in 2019.
Watch the trailer:
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