MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2 – IN THEATERS MARCH 25 + Giveaway #MyBigFatGreekWedding2

OPA Queridos! It’s been 14 years since the original My Big fat Greek Wedding came out and we are so excited to see long-awaited follow-up to the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2! I can’t wait to see what the Portokalos and Miller’s have been up to!

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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 - Nia Vardalos and John Corbett - Courtesy of Gold Circle Entertainment and HBO

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 – Nia Vardalos and John Corbett – Courtesy of Gold Circle Entertainment and HBO

Not only does Academy Award® nominee Nia Vardalos star in this movie alongside the entire returning cast (including John Corbett, Lainie Kazan and Michael Constantine), Vardalos also wrote it. Kirk Jones (Nanny McPhee, Waking Ned Devine) directs the next chapter of the film that will be once again produced by Rita Wilson and Playtone partners Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman. Paul Brooks and Steve Shareshian return to executive produce alongside Vardalos and Scott Niemeyer.

A Portokalos family secret is revealed that will bring the beloved characters back together for an even bigger and Greeker wedding! MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2 hits theaters on Friday March 25, 2016.

Ha! The end of that trailer cracks me up every time. Just like Greeks have certain characteristics/traits that immediately give away their Greek background, (And I’m sure this is why we feel love this movie so much!) Latinos have some of our own traits. We’ve listed 8 reasons you know you’re Latino.

1. You greet everyone with a kiss on the cheek or at least un abrazo
2. At weddings, there’s tons of family and some you may have never met before
3. At birthday parties, someone’s face always ends up in the cake
4. There’s always food and your tia keeps telling you to eat more
5. Pero, if you lose weight or if you are on a diet, your family asks you if you are in love?!
6. An older family member reminds you endlessly how easy you have it
7. You have a Virgincita candle somewhere in your house
8. There’s an endless supply of chile in your house

MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2 – GIVEAWAY

And great news Queridos, two lucky readers will enjoy a prize-pack filled with a t-shirt and make-up bag!

To enter the Giveaway, answer the following question below in the comments:
“What is your favorite family tradition?”

For additional entries, share your answer on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #MYBIGFATGREEKWEDDING2 and tag @QueMeansWhat. Winner will be announced on 3/25/16.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Prize Pack

 


 

*This contest ENDS 3/24 at 5:00 p.m. CST. Winners will be notified via email used to leave a comment. Prizes were provided to QueMeansWhat.com. This contest is in no way affiliated with Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

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56 Responses

  1. Beth says:

    My favorite family tradition is when we all go outside with our candles and sing, “Christ is Risen” “Christos Anesti” outside the church at the midnight Easter liturgy. We try to drow out the music at the bars on St. Mary’s St. That’s our big fat Greek custom!

  2. Nicole says:

    My favorite family tradition is around Christmas time gathering as a family and making tamales! That has been a tradition since I was young and my family has a blast!

  3. Nicole Sender says:

    My favorite family tradition is spending Christmas morning with my grandsons and having a Christmas Brunch! We celebrate the day and have a great meal!

  4. Sarah F. says:

    My favorite family tradition is packing up the car, heading home and baking! The best times happen over food!

  5. Vilma Crissien says:

    My favorite family tradition is eating tamales or we also call them hallacas during Christmas and New Years! Love that time of year and love of family 🙂

  6. julie says:

    my favorite tradition is at the beginning of the year when we put all of our goals and current dreams in a canister and bury them in the perimeter of our garden. We always do a crazy party and then read the previous year’s contents

  7. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    One of my family traditions is a trip we take each year to the Blue Ridge Mountains where we unplug and rewind!

  8. Erica Best says:

    I love cooking as family

  9. Cynthia says:

    Mother’s Day at our house. I love setting up the flower bouquets!

  10. Gina M says:

    Our favorite tradition is a family party we do once per year called family day! We get together and have tons of fun.

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  11. Heidi K. says:

    Popcorn, malts, and movie nights! So much fun!

  12. Manda says:

    Dinnera with the family

  13. Playing Loteria/Bingo on almost every holiday at one of my aunt’s house…it’s so much fun and a great time for us all to sit at the table together, laugh and enjoy each other…

  14. Ruben Martinez says:

    Our favorite tradition is when we all get together, eat menudo, watch my sister and Dad make Tamales or my Mom and sister make homemade tortillas. We love to talk about the good old days and remember how the Mexican culture still runs deep in our lives. Like the Greek people my brother in law,myself and all of my family are proud Mexican American people enjoying family traditions handed down….

  15. Brenda Martinez says:

    Our family tradition every Christmas holiday all the family comes over we have turkey and ham with all the sides. We play the card games spoons and listen to music all night.

  16. Barbara Blanton says:

    My favorite holiday tradition is on Christmas morning I make a big breakfast for the entire family and then we open presents before everyone goes off to different houses.

  17. Fiona N says:

    My favorite family tradition is cooking a new recipe at my sister’s house, and the enjoy it together every weekend!

  18. Fiona N says:

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  19. Deb K says:

    My favorite tradition is having a big dinner with all the family.

  20. Stephanie Phelps says:

    My favorite family tradition is going camping with my brothers and their families every year!

  21. Dawn Monroe says:

    One of my favorites use to be after holiday dinners the kids would watch movies and the adults would play cards. Usually pinochle or poker. I was so happy the first time I got to play with everyone. Cherish your grandparents and parents! Miss you all!

    • Melanie Mendez-Gonzales says:

      I agree, Dawn. Cherish your parents and grandparents. And get great at telling great stories about your time together.

  22. Jo Ricker says:

    My favorite tradition is just spending time together and making time to do so.

  23. Sharon Rooney says:

    My faorite family tradition is the whole family getting together Christmas eve for te
    he Seven Fishes dinner.

    • Melanie Mendez-Gonzales says:

      Seafood for Christmas Eve tradition is only something I’ve heard about, Sharon. I’ve yet to have a Seven Fishes dinner.

  24. Darlene Owen says:

    One of our family traditions is my whole family gets together at our house for a 4th of July party.

  25. Meghan B says:

    I love our tradition of eating big meals together!

  26. janetfaye says:

    My favorite family tradition is Sunday dinner together.

  27. Lindsey Lawrence says:

    Playing Nertz at every gathering! Nertz is like a group version of solitaire and we’ve always played it when we get together. I usually get accused of cheating and, when my grandmother was alive, it was the only time you ever heard her curse someone out. Just thinking about it gives me the warm fuzzies!

  28. Nadine S says:

    My favorite tradition at Christmas, Halloween and Easter is that the kids have to do something creative ( sing a song, read a poem, draw a picture, etc) before getting their candy and or gifts.

  29. Jenny S says:

    My favorite tradition is each year before Christmas we take the kids to the city in which we got married and we have lunch at the restaurant we had our reception at. We then go to this beautiful Christmas ornament boutique and pick out our “ornament of the year”.

  30. Claire says:

    Getting together for christmas and thanksgiving and making a huge meal

  31. My favorite family tradition is having everyone come to eat at Grandma’s house on the holidays!!
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  32. ken ohl says:

    our favorite family tradition is every holiday we all come together no matter what

  33. Heather says:

    Favorited tradition is scotch eggs for Christmas morning breakfast

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