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Giveaway: Take to the Skies with a Limited Edition BIRDMAN Figure

The line between reality and fiction seems to be thin one these days, and are especially so when talking about films. Actors who portray larger-than-life heroes are often expected to be that way all the time, lest they let down their adoring public. This is right at the heart of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s new film Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), in which a former superhero actor, once on the top of the world, begins to bleed his onscreen life with his real one as he attempts to put up a very non-Birdman type of play in New York City. Faced with being a has-been forever, this play might be his last hope to fly again.

The film stars Michael Keaton (who knows a thing or two about being a former big screen superhero… You know what I’m talking about), Edward Norton, Emma Stone, Zach Galifianakis and is Iñárritu’s most stylized movie to date and his first foray into comedy of any sort.

You can be part of the Birdman legacy by entering our exclusive contest. Winners will receive a limited edition Birdman doll as well as a series of shirts, each featuring the feathered crime-fighter protecting a different city, ten in all. We featured those different posters earlier if you’d like to get a full view of them, but they look a little something like this:


The figure you’ll win is featured below and has the ability to speak! Note the warning on the box: “WARNING: Contains Giant Ego, Not Suitable for Adults with Realistic Life Goals.” So you know exactly what you’re getting.

All you need to do in order to be eligible to win this prize pack is tweet out this post with the hashtag #BirdmanMovie. You can craft a tweet of your own or just click here! That’s all you need to do and you’ll be entered. It could not be simpler.

You have between Wednesday October 15th and Wednesday October 22nd at midnight to enter, so don’t dawdle, or like Birdman’s chances for film immortality, your chances of winning will be gone in a puff of feathers.

And see Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) in select cities beginning Friday, October 17th.


View official contest rules here.

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  1. John says:

    Is the character in the movie based on Birdman at all? As if in the movie universe, he is the former star of a popular adaptation of the 60s cartoon? 

  2. Ryan says:

    Is this based on the 60’s Hanna-Barbera cartoon?