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Noah Screening Cancelled After Cinema Floods

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Water thing to happen.

A screening of Darren Aronofsky's latest Biblical epic, Noah, was cancelled after the cinema due to show it was flooded.

Film fans hoping to watch an early screening of the movie, starring Russell Crowe, Ray Winstone and Emma Watson, turned up to the Vue in Exeter to be told that the premises had been flooded.

Local paper The Express and Echo reported that the cause was a faulty ice machine; it closed the cinema until 2pm, two hours after the first screening was supposed to have taken place.

Let's hope they don't ever decide to re-screen 28 Days Later at Exeter Vue.

(Images: AllStar/Wikicommons)

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