Cineworld movies: check out the latest list of new and upcoming releases

Looking for an up-to-date list of new and upcoming Cineworld movie releases? You've come to the right place. Scroll down to find out more.



  • An American Pickle

We get two Seth Rogen's for the price of one in this offbeat adaptation of Simon Rich's novella 'Sell Out'. Rogen plays an Eastern European immigrant to the United States who falls into a vat of brine. Unthawed 100 years later, and perfectly preserved, he then bumps into his grandson (also Rogen), with whom he bonds. The actor's regular collaborators Brandon Trost and Evan Goldberg (This is the End; Sausage Party) are involved as director and producer, respectively.

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  • The Vigil

In the latest inventive horror from Blumhouse (Get Out; Halloween), a Jewish death ceremony known as 'shomer' takes a menacing turn. When a young Hasidic man, whose faith has lapsed, is tasked with watching over a dead body, he cannot foresee the terror it will bring down upon his head.

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  • The Fairy Princess & the Unicorn

The fairy world of Bayala is a magical country where fairies have been living in harmony with nature for centuries. But one day, peace is put at risk when the evil shadow fairy queen Ophira steals the precious dragon’s eggs – where the kingdom’s magic lies. All of Bayala is in danger, but hope arises when a dragon egg is found. The brave Princess Surah and her companions have to go on an adventurous journey to bring the dragons back and save their kingdom.

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  • The Snow Queen: Mirrorlands

Discover the dazzling story that inspired Frozen! In this magical fairy-tale a powerful king finds a way to withdraw all the magic from the world – they who master magic powers are banished to the Mirrorlands. The only one who can stop him is Gerda who, along with the Snow Queen herself, embarks on a fun-filled, frosty adventure to defeat the king and bring back warmth and magic to the hearts of people everywhere.

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  • 100% Wolf

The story of 100% Wolf centres on Freddy Lupin, the heir to a proud family line of werewolves. Desperate to become a werewolf himself, Freddy is in for a shock when on his 13th birthday his first “transwolfation” goes awry, turning him into a ferocious … poodle. Just when Freddy thinks life can’t get any worse, he’s groomed against his will, chased into the streets and thrown into dog prison.Can Freddy and his new streetwise friend, Batty, escape? Who is the sinister man following his every move? Despite his pink and fluffy exterior, can Freddy prove he’s still 100% wolf?

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  • Inception (screening in standard widescreen and also IMAX and 4DX from 12th August) 

Dreams collapse and imaginations are fired in Nolan's imaginative 2010 thriller. Fresh off the success of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, Nolan was given carte blanche by Warner Bros. to imagine a wholly original scenario, one that would demand the attention of an audience as layers of subconscious intrigue unfold in front of our eyes.

Leonardo DiCaprio leads a starry cast as Dominic Cobb, tasked with leading a team inside the head of another man to plant the seed of an idea. The audacious notion is called 'inception', and it allows Nolan, plus his regular collaborator Wally Pfister, to dream big with revolving corridors, James Bond-riffing snow set-pieces and lots more.

The dreamscapes of Inception hooked global audiences during its initial run, with the film grossing more than $800 million worldwide. Now, you can venture back into the area of psychological crime with the IMAX presentation promising to add futher jaw-dropping dimensions of intrigue.

  • Interstellar (screening in IMAX only)

Love transcends time and space in Nolan's galaxy-spanning sci-fi adventure, which draws on the knowledge of astrophysicist Kip Thorne for added authenticity. Matthew McConaughey is the pilot who must leave a blighted Earth to find a new home for mankind. However, Cooper must reckon with the void that opens up between himself and his young daughter Murph, left behind on Earth as her father begins an extraordinary, pioneering journey through a black hole.

Nolan's imagination reaches new heights in Interstellar, as we sweep from planets with mountain-sized waves to a fraught docking sequence set to Hans Zimmer's organ-laden score. Interstellar was widely acclaimed as an IMAX feast on its initial release in 2014, and very soon you can experience the magic all over again.

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  • Dunkirk (IMAX only)

Nolan fragments time once again to absorb multiple perspectives of war in this relentless thriller. Dunkirk explores the pivotal Operation Dynamo whereby thousands of Allied soldiers were rescued from the beaches of Dunkirk in northern France. With its thunderous sound design and overwhelming IMAX visuals, the movie channels an atmosphere of impending doom and horror to place audiences in the thick of this harrowing conflict. An excellent cast straddles land, sea and air, with newcomers like Fionn Whitehead joining established faces such as Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hardy and Cillian Murphy.

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  • The Lord of the Rings trilogy (showing in Superscreen and standard widescreen)

When Peter Jackson first embarked on his adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy saga, many dismissed it as a foolhardy endeavour. How wrong they were. The New Zealand filmmaker brings a commanding sense of scale to this sweeping story of the quest to destroy the One Ring. Yet he expertly juxtaposes the grandiose set-pieces with the more intimate moments, making us aware of the human (and non-human) lives at stake in the battle for Middle-earth. It's now a given that Lord of the Rings changed fantasy cinema forever, but if your experience has been diluted with endless DVD viewings, this is your chance to experience the entire trilogy back on the big screen where it belongs.

Book your tickets for The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King.

  • Notting Hill

After something a bit more measured and romantic? Then opt for the re-release of Richard Curtis' delightful fairytale rom-com, in which Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts play the star-crossed lovers. The former is the stammering London bookshop owner, the latter the seemingly unattainable Hollywood movie star. Against all the odds, they form a romantic connection, although their chemistry is almost overshadowed by a scene-stealing Rhys Ifans as grubby Welsh flatmate Spike.

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  • The Matrix (showing in 4DX)

Forget what you think you know about The Matrix. Experience the Wachowskis' rule-bending sci-fi actioner in 4DX, and you're sure to feel the impact of the bullet-ridden, slo-mo laden set-pieces, including the famous 'bullet time' sequence. Crowned by an stoic Keanu Reeves, The Matrix blends kung-fu, pop philosophy and pioneering CGI to emerge as the definitive late-1990s thriller, whose sense of paranoia is matched only by its effortless sense of cool.

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  • Jumanji: The Next Level

The game has changed in this hit follow-up to the 2017 Jumanji blockbuster. Once again, the charming quartet of Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart assembles for a round of body-swapping adventures, with new Jumanji environments involving baking deserts and icy fortresses.

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