‘Great Gatsby’ Giveaway: Answer Trivia Question Correctly, Win A Free Blu-ray Combo Pack!



We had total ‘Great Gatsby’ obsession earlier this year with a revival of decadent clothing, jewels and 20’s inspired hair styles prompted by the Baz Luhrmann-directed film. It also didn’t hurt that the dreamy, Leonardo DiCaprio was the principle character in the film.

For those who got swept up into the ‘Gatsby’ glam and loved the film, we have something very special for you. With the release of the film in Digital (available now) and on Blu-ray Combo Pack (Aug 27), we’re giving away three copies to you lucky readers! All you have to do is be one of the first three people to answer the below question correctly in the comments section.


leonardo-dicaprio-tobey-maguire-carey-mulligan-joel-edgerton-great-gatsby-imagePhoto: Warner Brothers


Trivia Question:
Who was the lead costume designer for “The Great Gatsby” and what other major film starring Leonardo DiCaprio did they design for?


Winners will be contacted by editorial staff and sent a copy of “The Great Gatsby” Blu-ray Combo Pack, valued at $35.99.

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  1. says:

    Miuccia Prada, and Romeo + Juliet!!!!

  2. says:

    Miuccia Prada, and Romeo + Juliet!!!!

  3. says:


  4. says:

    Miuccia Prada, and Romeo + Juliet!!!!

  5. says:

    Miuccia Prada, and my fav movie of all time Romeo and Juliet

  6. says:

    Miuccia Prada,
    Romeo + Juliet

  7. says:

    Miuccia Prada, and Romeo + Juliet!!!!


  8. says:

    Miuccia Prada Romeo and Juliet

  9. says:

    Miuccia Prada, and Romeo + Juliet

  10. says:

    Miuccia Prada,
    Romeo + Juliet


  11. says:

    Miuccia Prada. Romeo & Juliet.

  12. says:

    Miuccia Prada,

    and Romeo + Juliet!

    Thanks for having The Great Gatsby Giveaway! I would love a copy!
    Thanks for the chance.

    oliverspendulum at yahoo dot com

  13. says:

    MUICCIA PRADA – Romeo & Juliet! I liked the classiness of the Redford version and the visual assault and tawdriness of this one – light years apart in stylistic interpretation. Yusuf Nasrullah

  14. says:

    The answer is “William Shakespeare’s Romeo+Juliet”, which co-starred Claire Danes.

  15. says:

    Miuccia Prada,

    and Romeo + Juliet!

    margueritecore [at] gmail [dot] com

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