Over 100 staff and students from Bond University pulled out some unexpected magic of their own during the trailers of a screening of the final Harry Potter film. Patrons at the Event Cinemas VMax theatre at Robina were tricked into thinking that it was just another night at the movies. However, just after an advertisement advising viewers to put their phone on silent, audience members found themselves turning on their cameras instead.
One patron said “That scared the living daylights out of me!”, when what appeared to be a distressed woman stood up and screamed for a doctor. This lead to a group of dancers in doctor’s coats to stand up and start dancing in front of the sold-out cinema. This was then followed up by dancers dressed up in different outfits taking to the floor with not only dance moves, but acrobatic flips in the air.
Dancers then appeared to “come out of the woodwork” literally as they came out of cinema curtains, hidden doors and from the audience to form a “Flash Mob”.
Audience members were in awe as they not only started to join in on the action, but also provided a thunderous applause at the end of the 2 minute Flash Mob performance.
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