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Star Wars Episode Iii NZ Charity Premiere

Star Wars Episode Iii New Zealand Charity Premiere

Variety – The Children’s Charity, has 1500 tickets available for the New Zealand public to be the first in the world to see Star Wars Episode III – Return of the Sith, on Monday 16 May 2005.

The New Zealand Charity Premiere will be the world’s first public screening of the third and final installment in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. Anakin Skywalker’s turn to the Dark Side of the Force, the continuing Clone Wars and the final fate of the Old Republic will be revealed.

Variety is partnering 20th Century Fox and Village SKYCITY Cinemas to present this once in a life time opportunity.

Tickets go on sale through Ticketek next Wednesday, 13 April. All proceeds from the sale of tickets will go to Variety – The Children’s Charity.

The general public will not have the opportunity to view the movie until 19 May 2005, when a simultaneous release will launch the movie worldwide. When: Monday 16 May 2005
Where: Village SKYCITY Cinemas, Newmarket, Auckland
Time: Cocktail Hour 7.00 - 8.00pm
On-stage action from 7.40pm
Movie screening strictly 8.00pm

Price: Tickets are $49 each (service fees apply). Tickets will include:
* 1x movie ticket to Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
* The ultimate light, laser and red carpet spectacular
* Complimentary beverage upon arrival
* A choice of two movie snacks (popcorn, choc top or softdrink)

Tickets: Tickets will be available from 9.00am, Wednesday 14 April. Tickets are only available through Ticketek, or phone 09 307 5000.

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