Win a poster of gripping drone thriller Eye in the Sky signed by Helen Mirren

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To celebrate the release of tense thriller Eye In The Sky you can win a poster signed by Helen Mirren

In Cinemas now! 

Audiences and critics are loving nail-biting drone thriller Eye in the Sky starring Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman and Aaron Paul in cinemas now and we’re giving you the chance to win a poster of the film signed by Dame Helen Mirren and director Gavin Hood.

London-based military intelligence officer Colonel Katherine Powell (Helen Mirren) is remotely commanding a top secret drone operation to capture a group of dangerous terrorists from their safe-house in Nairobi, Kenya. The mission suddenly escalates from a “capture” to a “kill” operation as Powell realizes that the terrorists are about to embark on a deadly suicide mission.

From his base in Nevada, American drone pilot Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is poised to destroy the safe-house when a nine year old girl enters the kill zone just outside the walls of the house. With unforeseen collateral damage now entering the equation, the impossible decision of when to strike gets passed up the “kill chain” of politicians and lawyers as the seconds tick down.

Watch the trailer for Eye in the Sky here:

For the chance to win this amazing prize simply watch the trailer and answer the question below.

What insect is the drone shaped like, that is used to spy inside the house?

A. Beetle

B. Butterfly

C. Spider 

Email your answer and your details (with Eye in the Sky poster competition in the subject line) to

Competition closes at 4pm on Friday 20th May

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"Gripping thriller puts drone warfare to the ethical test" - Read our review of Eye in the Sky


Jason Best

A film critic for over 25 years, Jason admits the job can occasionally be glamorous – sitting on a film festival jury in Portugal; hanging out with Baz Luhrmann at the Chateau Marmont; chatting with Sigourney Weaver about The Archers – but he mostly spends his time in darkened rooms watching films. He’s also written theatre and opera reviews, two guide books on Rome, and competed in a race for Yachting World, whose great wheeze it was to send a seasick film critic to write about his time on the ocean waves. But Jason is happiest on dry land with a classic screwball comedy or Hitchcock thriller.