Anthony Damien Smythe, 23, was found dead in his seat in the Reading Cinema complex on Courtenay Place by a security guard at the end of the 6 p.m. screening of the latest Twilight film, Eclipse, on Sunday night. Click on the read more tab to hear what may have caused it and what local police are saying.
Ambulance and fire officers attended the scene and tried to resuscitate him.
“Preliminary results of the post-mortem examination conducted yesterday show there are no suspicious circumstances regarding his death,” Detective Senior Sergeant Scott Miller said.
Police are now investigating on behalf of the coroner who will determine the cause of death.
I don’t like to make fun of the death of such a young person, but he WAS watching Twilight all by himself.
My guess? He was really rootin’ for Team Jacob, or he was bored to death. Honestly, though, the most likely scenario is that after watching Kristen Stewart try to act for a couple hours his body said “F*$K IT!” and just gave up on life.
To me, the scary thing is that a security guard found him, meaning no one else in the theater thought it suspicious that he didn’t get up to leave when the movie ended. Sure, they could have thought he was sleeping, but common courtesy says you nudge the guy and at least tell him the crappy movie he spent $20 on is over.
He was “sparkled” to death.
thats so Edward
That sucks for his family (notice no friends) it’s unfortunate to find out your sons gay in such a way.
Or maybe he was upset about Victoria.
Whatever say what you want its still one of the highest grossing franchices ever. You guys don’t understand good movies that actually have depth.
Maybe we don’t understand good movies with depth, but what does that have to do with Twilight
@firingsquad: I’m with Rocky18, what does Twilight have to do with good movies that have depth? Putting Twilight in the same category as Good Movies With Depth is a sign that perhaps you are one of us guys.
And yes, you’re right, the Twilight franchise is one of the highest grossing franchises in contemporary history. But none of us disputed that in the first place.
Twilights so bad I wasn’t even curious to begin with. (manatee Joke YaY)