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Military Times 2013 Red Carpet Contest opens

Feb. 6, 2013 - 11:38AM   |   Last Updated: Feb. 6, 2013 - 11:38AM  |  
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Will Honest Abe triumph over Osama bin Laden? Can anyone topple Daniel Day-Lewis? Will we see a trademark Quentin Tarantino acceptance speech for his "Django Unchained" screenplay on Oscar night?

If you think you know movies, then the Military Times 2013 Red Carpet Contest is for you.

Check out the">official rules and electronic ballot, then select one winner in each of the 24 movie awards categories. The ballot with the most correct picks will win a pair of $100 Fandango gift cards. In the event of multiple ballots tying for the top score, one winner will be selected randomly.

The bar was set at a lofty level in our initial contest last year, when Army Staff Sgt. Josh Lawson nailed 20 of 24 categories.

The contest is open to active-duty members, National Guard and reserve members, military retirees and family members of all three groups ages 18 or older.

You can submit as many ballots as you like, but only one prize will be awarded. Hollywood's big night is Sunday, Feb. 24, so start handicapping.

The entry deadline for the Military Times 2013 Red Carpet Contest is noon Sunday, Feb. 24.

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