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Inbetweeners 2 Cast Heads Down under for NZ Premiere

Inbetweeners 2 Cast Heads Down under for New Zealand Premiere


The stars of this year’s most anticipated comedy, The Inbetweeners 2 will head to New Zealand next month as part of the Australasian promotional tour.

The cast along with co-creator/co-director Iain Morris will make their way to our shores to premiere the film at a special fan event in Auckland on August 17, and Kiwi fans can be part of this exciting event by purchasing tickets now through the EVENT Cinemas website at www.eventcinemas.co.nz.

Ticket holders will be among the first in New Zealand to see the film at EVENT Cinemas Broadway and have the chance to participate in a special Q&A session with the cast.
The follow-up to the United Kingdom’s most successful comedy of all time sees our favourite foursome reunite, this time in Australia. The film was shot on the Gold Coast, at Byron Bay, Sydney and the remote South Australian town of Maree.

The Inbetweeners creators Iain Morris and Damon Beesley are first time directors on the sequel having once again written the script.

Produced by Bwark Productions, a Zodiak Media company, who have co-financed with Channel 4/Film 4, Entertainment Film Distributors will distribute the film in the UK. Having started life on E4, the multi award-winning series went on to enjoy massive success with its debut film, The Inbetweeners Movie, which spent four weeks at the top of the UK box office charts in 2011 and grossed over $1m in New Zealand.

THE INBETWEENERS 2 releases in New Zealand August 28
Tickets are available for purchase from www.eventcinemas.co.nz

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