Sponsored Post: The Last Pringle


X-Men Days Of Future Past PosterThey’ve been telling us for years “once you pop, you just can’t stop” and, while that may be true, everyone just how hard it can be to get the final Pringle from the bottom of the seemingly endless cylindrical tube; a superhuman feat that has many Pringle-lovers wishing they had the powers of the X-Men; hence the theme for the video below, titled The Last Pringle.

Showcasing a group of men who, being inspired by the X-Men (and the upcoming movie X-Men: Days Of Future Past), built an impressive contraption to release the last Pringle from its encapsulating tube using the powers of three of the most memorable X-Men characters; the tube is sliced like Wolverine, pulled apart using a Magneto-inspired magnet-trick, and finally the Pringle is removed by creating a tornado (just like Storm would do); the latest ad from Pringles was not only inspired by the upcoming X-Men movie, but also highlights the fact that by purchasing a promotional can of Pringles-XTRA, and entering your unique code into the pringles.com website, you can Unlock Exclusive X-Men Days Of Future Past content.

Directed by Bryan Singer (director of the first two X-Men films), Days Of Future Past will see the X-Men sending Wolverine (once more portrayed by Hugh Jackman) back into the past in an attempt to change the past, and avert a future that would doom both humans and mutants alike. Bringing together the cast of the original trilogy (Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Halle Berry etc.) and the cast of X-Men: First Class (James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence etc.) for the first time, to face an epic battle which is due to hit UK cinema screens on May 22nd, before making its official US release date on May 23rd.

If you already have a Pringles code, you can enter it directly into the Pringles website here.
If not… get popping!

Matt Wheeldon@TheMattWheeldon.

This post was sponsored by Pringles.

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Matt Wheeldon is the Founder, and Editor in Chief of Good Film Guide. He still refers to the cinema as "the pictures", and has what some would describe as a misguided appreciation for Waterworld.