HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: 2 Signed ‘Meskada’ Posters By ‘Twilight’ Star Kellan Lutz

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CHICAGO – In our latest crime/drama edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film, we have 2 signed posters up for grabs to the new film “Meskada” by “Twilight,” “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” and “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” star Kellan Lutz!

“Meskada” also stars Nick Stahl, Rachel Nichols, Jonathan Tucker, Grace Gummer, Laura Benanti, James McCaffrey, Michael Cerveris, Norman Reedus, David Aaron Baker, Michael Sirow, Kerry Bishé, Rebecca Henderson, Kathy Searle and Charlie Tahan from writer and director Josh Sternfeld. “Meskada” opened in theaters and premiered on video on demand on Dec. 3, 2010.

To win your free “Meskada” signed poster courtesy of HollywoodChicago.com, just answer our question in this Web-based submission form. That’s it! Directions to enter this HollywoodChicago.com Hookup and immediately win can be found beneath the graphic below.

The movie poster for Meskada with Kellan Lutz and Nick Stahl
The movie poster for “Meskada” with Kellan Lutz and Nick Stahl.
Image credit: Red Flag Releasing

Here is the plot description for “Meskada”:

“Meskada” follows a small-town detective named Noah Cordin as he struggles to solve the brutal murder of a boy in the peaceful, affluent town of Hilliard. The killers left behind no clues at the crime scene with the exception of a scrap of paper leading Cordin back to his hometown of Caswell.

Here, Cordin and county detective Leslie Spencer consult with Cordin’s old friends – all of whom are suffering from the economic troubles that have plunged Caswell into near destitution. As their search fails to turn up a suspect, feverish tensions rise between the towns of Hilliard and Caswell until the film reaches its shocking climax.

“Meskada” captures a snapshot of quintessential American small-town life. The story calls to mind our nation’s history, the brutal clashes over land and territory, the class divides and the improbable victories for equal opportunity. The film portrays a vivid picture of the rift between characters in two towns, people bound by loyalty, family, community and a battle born of circumstances beyond their control.

The movie trailer for “Meskada” can be watched now below.

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You must include your first and last name, e-mail address and physical mailing address in your submission. Your personal information will not be sold or shared, will be kept strictly confidential and is only for awarding winning entries. Please answer our question below.

Star What are the pros and cons of small-town life over big-city living?

This Hookup is simple: two readers will be selected as the winners of our free “Meskada” Hookup! The winners will be mailed their signed posters at our expense. Good luck!

HollywoodChicago.com editor-in-chief and publisher Adam Fendelman


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David Smith's picture

Small towns

ImHisBella's picture

Small town livin'

The pros to small town living as opposed to big city life is that it is more peaceful and less congested. The con is everybody knows everybody and you cannot do anything without the whole town knowing exactly what you are up to. By the way, I heart Kellan Lutz!!!

Anonymous's picture

The pro would be safety.

The pro would be safety. Everyone knows everyone and has each other’s backs. You don’t have to fear your child walker to school by alone nor playing a baseball game in the street. The con is less diversity, less exposure to the darker side of society and therefore the lack of knowledge to alleviate or amend this situation.

Treasures's picture


Don’t know first hand. Born and raised in Chicago.

Dion1972's picture

Big city vs Little town

The Pro to small town living is that people care more about each other. The Con to small town living is that people care to much about each other’s business.

Anonymous's picture

Why live in a small town

You can just get fat and don’t wear make up and then enjoy the view

FreeM0vie's picture

Stress-free living

Stress-free living

Hendrix's picture

Small Town vs Big City

It’s like the theme song from Cheers……..in a small town everyone knows your name

Anonymous's picture

fresh air and nature at its

fresh air and nature at its best is a pro but a con is that you sometimes have limited resources at your fingertips such as night life and restuarnts

Anonymous's picture


Knowing people that leave close to you, fresh air, nature…Cons would probably be jobs (getting a job in a small city is hard) and also being known to everyone is not always so good.

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