Ridley Scott's revisit to the Alien universe, Prometheus is coming out on 1 June in the UK (8 June in the US) and we at Pocket-lint can barely contain our excitement. It's the director's first foray into 3D film-making, and from the 13-minute preview we've been treated to, we have no doubt that it's going to be the best science movie of the year - if not the decade.

Better still, thanks to 20th Century Fox, Pocket-lint has been given two tickets to the film's world premiere to offer to one of our readers. That's right, not just a screening, but the actual red carpet premiere of Prometheus, where you'll watch the movie with the director and stars.

There are a few ground rules. First, as this is a red carpet affair, the dress code is smart - suits and evening wear, basically. And, as the film is rated 15, you need to be 15-years-old or over.

Finally, the world premiere of Prometheus is on Thursday 31 May. That's right, this Thursday. Two days away. And neither us nor 20th Century Fox will pay for accommodation or travel, so you and a partner, spouse, sibling or friend both have to be available in London this Thursday evening.

That's also why this competition will be closing at 3.30pm tomorrow, 30 May. We'll inform the winner straight after, and preparations will then be made with them for ticket collection, etc.

Incidentally, all normal Pocket-lint competition terms and conditions apply, and there will be no cash or alternative prize on offer in case the winner can't attend.

To enter, just follow Pocket-lint on Twitter and retweet this page adding the hashtag #plprometheus at the end. We will contact the winner via direct message and they'll get the pair of money-can't-buy tickets.

Good luck.

UPDATE: The competition has now closed and the winner drawn randomly out of the Pocket-lint hat is @MattPGA. Congratulations to him and commiserations to everybody else who entered. Please keep checking back on Pocket-lint for future amazing competitions and giveaways.

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