Amanda Seyfried's new movie, Letters to Juliet, is set to hit theaters on Friday, May 4, but thanks to Moviefone and Summit Entertainment, you can see the romantic comedy before it opens nationwide -- for free.
In 'Letters to Juliet,' Amanda plays Sophie, a New Yorker who travels to Verona, Italy and ends up discovering a place where people write letters to Juliet (as in the character from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet), asking for her advice about love. She finds an unanswered letter from 1957 and sets out to help its author reunite with her with her long-lost soulmate.
How can you score tickets? It's super simple. All you have to do is go to Moviefone's 'Letters to Juliet' page on Gofobo.com and sign up for a free pass. The screenings will be held on Tuesday, April 20 in five cities: Atlanta, Austin, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, so if you live in one of those places and are free on Tuesday, you're in. Hurry, before the passes are gone!