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Crash the Super Bowl competition is giving filmmakers the chance to work with Zack Snyder!

This year will be the 10th and final Doritos Crash the Super Bowl comp. Fans around the world are invited to create a 30 second TV commercial that could air during the Super Bowl and give the creator a shot at $USD1 million dollars and the chance to collaborate with Zack Snyder while working with Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment in a role custom tailored to the contest winner’s interests. In a change from previous years, two other finalists will each receive $USD100,000 and an opportunity to consult on an upcoming Doritos project.

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This is an incredible opportunity for emerging filmmakers as the collaboration with Zack Snyder will be custom tailored to the winner's interests.

Submissions are now open until 15 November 2015. Further competition details can be found on the Crash The Super Bowl website.

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