UK Fans Will Get a Chance to See “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ In Theatres Again

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Feb 13, 2012

Posted by Mel

Readers may recall that Vue Cinemas was holding a poll to see what UK cinema goers thought the best film of 2011 was. It should come as no surprise that “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ won that competition and UK citizens will now get the opportunity to see it in theatres once more:

UK-based Harry Potter fans have won the chance to see ˜Harry Potter And
The Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ on the big screen again later this month
after it was crowned the Vue Film of the Year following a public vote.

The final instalment of the Potter series, which is the highest-grossing
movie franchise of all time, was one of 40 films in the running for the
prestigious title.

Competition was fierce, but in the end there could be only one winner as
˜Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ finished ahead of The King’s Speech and
Twilight: Breaking Dawn Pt. I, who were second and third respectively.

Vue Cinemas will now hold a special showing of ˜Deathly Hallows: Part 2′
all over the UK on February 26, which is the day the Oscars take place
this year, with tickets just £4.





23 Responses to UK Fans Will Get a Chance to See “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ In Theatres Again

Avatar Imagekyrstalkris says: YES! CONGRATS! I knew they would win! They deserve it! Sucks I won't be there to watch it once more. :/ But, yay for everyone else that does! :DDAvatar Imagegexpert says: UK people, why are you so DAMN LUCKY?!?!Avatar Imagehorcruxhunter7 says: That just shows- HP is better than Twilight!Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: Lucky UK ducks! XD So happy The King's Speech came in second over Twilight. Take that you sparkly twit! ;}Avatar ImageJoRowlingRocks says: Bummer I just moved from somewhere with a Vue to one without! Would have been the magic 7th time as well =(Avatar Imagerettophantom says: Noooo! I wish Canada was that cool to do this!Avatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: That's cool Avatar Imagemoglet says: Great news, I'd rather like to see it again in the cinema and the nearest Vue cinema is the one where we always go to see films. Good news too that The Kings Speech came in second, it was also a fantastic film, just shows that we've got good taste!Avatar Imageforgetmenot_007 says: Whoa!! Why don't I live in UK?!Avatar Imagewandmastercalum says: Holy crud shut up with the twilight comparisons. Sorry for being rude but geez! Any good for them yada yadaAvatar Imagezaucwrkexun says: That's great news! :D @CalumWilson:So are you a twilight fan? Avatar ImageHarryLoverAllRound says: I want to live in the UK. Thats so lucky. Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: Wahey! I've booked (despite the fact that my nearest and dearest used the word 'obsessive').Avatar ImageWeenyOwl says: I wish that they would bring DH2 back to the IMAX theatres in the US. It was only there for two or three weeks before getting bumped by the next thing to come out in the IMAX format. I would dearly love to see it on the giant screen!Avatar Imagemoglet says: @V-J, obsessive, how can one not be obsessive with HP! lol. How many times will that be now? I've only seen it twice in the cinerma, and would dearly love to see it again, perhaps we will get the opportunity, sadly it's not guaranteed that we will :(Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: ::whispers:: 7 times in the cinema and once on my desktop computer (when our DVD player memorably broke down). Avatar Imagemoglet says: Seven! lol. Perhaps your other half has a point....actually I'm quite envious that you saw it that many times.Avatar ImageG.Weasley says: Congrats to the UK and I'm so jealous and really was there any doubt?Avatar ImageGryffindorGirl7 says: What?!? Why don't they do this kind of of stuff in America!?! I wanna see it SO bad in 3D again! I don't own one of those fancy 3D TV's!Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: I should have thought that if enough people contacted the cinema chains and requested it, it would happen. They want to make money, after all.Avatar ImageAmazing Amoeba says: UH-MAZIN!!!!!!!!!!!! wish I lived in the UK.Avatar Imagekatelyner123 says: OMG Go HP! I'd just like to give a big thanks to those Harry Potter fans out there that know HP is not over and never gave up on the series! Also, I want to tell the actors, especially Dan, Emma and Rupert, that their great, fantastic work will never be forgotten and they will always be appreciated and that they have amazing talent that will take them far through thier lives! Well, Mischief Managed, I believe. Harry Potter fans of the universe UNITE!Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: Thats very nice!

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