Not big on commitment? Then we’ve got great news for you. You can now sign up to Cineworld Unlimited on our brand new 3-month trial, allowing you to cancel any time after the initial 3 months. So, if you’ve been thinking about joining, now is the time to finally take the plunge.
This offer is available until October 31, with prices starting from just £9.99* a month, depending on your local Cineworld. And with a huge amount of big blockbusters still to come in 2021, it really is the perfect time to sign up and start enjoying Unlimited movies.
Scroll down to discover what’s coming up at Cineworld for the rest of this year and you will see there’s something for everyone – whether you’re a fan of action, horror, musicals or animations.
Simu Liu steps up as the gifted martial arts fighter with a special destiny in this all-action Marvel Phase Four entry.
Tom Hardy and his symbiotic alter-ego return in this sequel to the 2018 blockbuster, squaring off against Woody Harrelson's Carnage while Andy Serkis directs.
Marvel Phase Four continues apace with Chloé Zhao's ambitiously mounted saga of the Eternals, ancient beings sent to safeguard mankind from their enemies, the Deviants.
Tom Holland swings into the multiverse in his third solo Spider-Man movie, as Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) grants him a special wish with unexpected consequences.
Daniel Craig bows out as 007 in the 25th James Bond movie, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and co-starring Rami Malek as the evil Safin.
Gerard Butler is a lethal hitman launching an assault on a police station in the latest movie from The Grey and Narc filmmaker Joe Carnahan.
Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman mythology takes a slight detour into prequel territory, bringing us the origins of the Kingsman spy agency as seen through the eyes of the Duke of Oxford (Ralph Fiennes) and Conrad (Harris Dickinson).
Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve stages a gargantuan adaptation of one of the most celebrated sci-fi novels of all time, exploring the conflict between the Atreides and Harkonnen clans on the desert planet of Arrakis. Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Josh Brolin lead the out-of-this-world cast.
Who you gonna call? It's all about legacy in director Jason Reitman's continuation of his father Ivan's original film series. This time, a group of kids discovers their connection to the original Ghostbusters team as their small town is menaced by paranormal activity.
Nearly two decades after The Matrix Revolutions apparently killed off Neo and Trinity, we're poised to be reunited with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in Lana Wachowski's continuation.
The Conjuring, Saw and Insidious director James Wan presents another ooga-booga shock-fest as a young woman finds herself plagued by a murderous demonic force.
Prepare for a blood-soaked moment of reckoning in this eagerly-awaited continuation of the Halloween saga. Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) vows to kill off the ruthless Michael Myers once and for all with the help of the Haddonfeld community.
Baby Driver and Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright presents an affectionately creepy ode to 1960s psychological horror with this story of a young fashion designer and her penchant for time travel.
Out of the Furnace director Scott Cooper and The Shape of Water's Guillermo del Toro unite to present the bone-chilling story of the wendigo, a feared spirit from Native American lore.
Once the booming home of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corporation, Raccoon City is now a dying Midwestern town. The company's exodus left the city a wasteland... with great evil brewing below the surface. When that evil is unleashed, the townspeople are forever... changed... and a small group of survivors must work together to uncover the truth behind Umbrella and make it through the night.
Jennifer Hudson is aiming for that second Oscar with her gutsy portrayal of the iconic soul singer Aretha Franklin.
Michael Gandolfini steps into his late father James' shoes to portray iconic mobster Tony Soprano in his early years.
House of Gucci
Ridley Scott pairs with Adam Driver and Lady Gaga to bring us the jaw-dropping true-life story of sex, betrayal and murder lurking behind the facade of one of the world's most prestigious fashion houses.
Wes Anderson presents another whimsical, multi-stranded, all-star confection in this story of a French travelogue column, which expands into a quirky story of art, student politics, cooking and lots more delectable delights.
Dear Evan Hansen
The blockbusting stage musical arrives on the big screen with Ben Platt reprising his acclaimed role, plus rousing lyrics from the Oscar-winning duo of Pasek and Paul.
Steven Spielberg presents his own finger-snapping take on the multi-Oscar-winning 1961 musical, itself adapted from Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's Broadway smash.
Oscar Isaac and Charlize Theron are once again creepy, kooky and altogether ooky as the voices of Gomez and Morticia Addams in this ghoulish animated sequel.
Alec Baldwin's suited and booted toddler is once again on a mission in this sequel to the surprise 2017 animation.
A young boy's robot assistant develops some unusual faults in the debut movie from Locksmith Animation.
Return to Hogwarts for a nostalgic rekindling of the original Harry Potter magic. Just try not to feel too old when seeing the younger Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint.
In the latest film from Walt Disney Animation Studios (Frozen), a girl in Colombia faces the frustration of being the only member of her family who doesn't have magical powers.
A young girl's love for a tiny puppy named Clifford, makes the dog grow to an enormous size.