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By Sarah Ward
July 02, 2020
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Two-Part Weekend Harry Potter Movie Marathon — CANCELLED

Two weekends. Eight movies. Much magic.
By Sarah Ward
July 02, 2020
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UPDATE: JULY 10, 2020 — This event is cancelled, as all Melbourne cinemas are temporarily closed from July 8 through August 20, following the latest public health directions from the Victorian Government. For more information, head to the Hoyts Cinemas website.cp-line

Hoyts Cinemas across Melbourne are reopening on July 2 and are about to become the most magical places in Victoria, as all eight movies in the Harry Potter franchise light up the screen over two spectacular weekends.

Split into two parts — so you won't need a time turner to stay awake — the marathon kicks off at 10am on Saturday, July 4 with Harry, Hermione, Ron's first four years at Hogwarts and runs until 7.30pm. These same four films will be screened at the same times on Sunday, July 5, too.

The following weekend, the marathon will pick back up again at 10am at Saturday, July 11, when the battle against You Know Who begins in earnest. Similarly to the week before, the last four flicks will also be screened on the Sunday.

Tickets to the flicks are going for $10 a pop — so, yes, you will need to buy individual passes to each one — which means you can pick and choose. Love Goblet of Fire? See it twice. Not a big fan of the Half-Blood Prince? Skip it and go out for lunch instead.

In fact, tickets to most Hoyts films are currently $10 as part of an opening special. If you're curious about what else is on the program, check out our list of 13 news films hitting the big screen this July.

Harry Potter movie marathons are happening at all Hoyts Victoria cinemas except Broadmeadows, Highpoint and Watergardens.

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From 11.59pm on Wednesday, July 1, until at least Wednesday, July 29, stay-at-home orders have been reintroduced in ten Melbourne postcodes, which means their residents can only leave for one of four reasons: work or school, care or care giving, daily exercise or food and other essentials. For more information, head to the DHHS website. 

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