Breaking Dawn set to break records

TWILIGHT fanatics are expected to rush to Birch Carroll and Coyle's North Rockhampton cinema tomorrow, as Breaking Dawn Part 1 screens for the first time at 9pm.

A cinema spokesman said the last Harry Potter mover led to four-and-a-half cinemas being used for the first screeing of the movie, and it was possible tomorrow's 9pm screening could be the same.

The establishment had two-and-a-half cinemas booked for the 9pm session as of yesterday afternoon, but the rating of the movie was changed from MA 15+ to M, allowing people under 15 to see the film.

 



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