Cleve-Lens: 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn' midnight premiere album 2
How long would you wait in line to watch a movie?
One film fanatic arrived at Cinemark Valley View at 6:15 a.m. Thursday waiting for the debut of "Twilight: Breaking Dawn - part 1." He waited nearly 16 hours for the movie to start at midnight. But this was a wait he was prepared for as he brought a laptop, movies and music to keep himself entertained.
He was just one of thousands of "Twilight" fans that rushed to Valley View and Cinemark's Tinseltown USA in North Canton on Thursday who were all anxiously waiting to sink their teeth into the latest movie. The movie, as you might expect, was in such high demand for the midnight debut that Tinseltown USA had the film showing on 15 of their 16 screens—and every one of 'em sold out!
Fans, who were wearing tons of "Twilight" gear, started lining up at both locations long before they could even sit inside a theater.
Click through our photo gallery to see the midnight madness from North Canton and Cleveland!