Midnight Bond film keeps fans enthralled at King's Lynn Majestic
No Time to Die, the new Bond film has had a successful debut at the Majestic cinema in Lynn.
Shown at one minute past midnight on September 30, a number of fans totalling some 65 braved the late night screening.
Cinema manager Joseph Marsh who runs the venue with Robert Atkinson said: "I'm a bit tired as I did the midnight show and with trailers and adverts it hits just over three hours.
"Considering it was mid-week it was quite good for bookings and it is looking quite busy in general for the Bond film.
"It's a good film and being busy was a bit of a shock for some of our newer employees."
The Majestic are partnering with the cinema at the Corn Exchange to work together.
Mr Marsh said: "We have met up and worked out the way we book films, to partner up and work as one big cinema.
"To keep it as us and the Corn Exchange and not divided so there's no big multi-plex.
"It is working together to keep their theatre audience and we are more a family cinema aimed at children."