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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

2h 21m
Marvel’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduced a melting pot of multiverse characters. Now they’re back - and on a mission. Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) is alerted to a threat to the multiverse. Called upon by Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) for help, the pair bound through alternate universes of Spider-People. En route, they encounter the Spider-Force; a group led by Miguel O'Hara (Oscar Isaac) that protects the multiverse’s very existence. When Miles clashes with the Spider-Force, he must decide what kind of hero he wants to be. Daniel Kaluuya, Issa Rae and Jason Schwartzman join the cast, with Jake Johnson returning as Peter Parker and Brian Tyree Henry back as Jefferson Davis. With the same striking animated style that had critics and MCU fans raving, this Spidey sequel is seriously stylish.
Kelvin Harrison Jr. stars in this 18th-century period drama about virtuoso violinist Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges whom history has dubbed “The Black Mozart”. Born in Guadeloupe to a white Frenchman and his Senegalese slave mistress, Chevalier rose through the racist social ranks to play at the Paris Opera and for the French Queen Marie Antoinette (Lucy Boynton). No ordinary biopic, Chevalier mingles facts and imagination, bringing rock-star energy to a violin battle between our hero and Mozart himself. Political and romantic turmoil bubbles, as Chevalier falls for a married woman (Samara Weaving) while affluent potential investors like Madame De Genlis (Sian Clifford) come with more strings attached than an orchestra.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts
Returning to the action and spectacle that have captured moviegoers around the world, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts will take audiences on a '90s globetrotting adventure with the Autobots and introduce a whole new breed of Transformer - the Maximals - to the existing battle for Earth.
The Little Mermaid
Ready for a wave of nostalgia? 34 years since the original Disney film, the live action remake of The Little Mermaid is making a splash. In her feature film debut, singer-songwriter Halle Bailey stars as Ariel. The youngest daughter of King Triton (Javier Bardem), the little mermaid finds herself fascinated by the forbidden world of the humans - and, in particular, the handsome Prince Eric (Jonah Hauer-King). Alongside her underwater pals Sebastian and Flounder, Ariel hatches a plan to walk on land, leading her into the lair of Melissa McCarthy’s sea witch Ursula... Expect all the classic songs, as well as some new tunes from original composer Alan Menken with lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. With stunning visual effects bringing Ariel’s underwater kingdom to life, you’ll feel part of her world.
Greatest Days
From the writer of Calendar Girls comes the all-singing, all-dancing film adaptation of Take That’s smash hit musical. Friends Rachel (Aisling Bea), Claire (Jayde Adams), Zoe (Amaka Okafor) and Heather (Alice Lowe) are die-hard Take That fans. Like many other British teenagers, they swooned over the boyband in the 90s, bonding over their shared adoration for singing sensations Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald. When the opportunity arises to reunite the old gang over 20 years later and see the band for one epic live performance, the besties jump at the chance. Featuring all of Take That’s biggest hits, Gen X-ers and Millennials alike will love this nostalgic story of love, loss and laughter. Get up on your feet, groupies, and let Greatest Days relight your fire!
Greatest Days: Live Premiere Event
Broadcasting live to our screens from the London Premiere, an unmissable performance from Take That, all the red carpet action, and a preview of the new musical. Greatest Days is the feel-good and universal story of love and friendship featuring the hit songs of Take That and adapted from the smash stage show by the writer of Calendar Girls. We follow five best friends who have the night of their lives seeing their favourite boy band in concert. Twenty-five years later their lives have changed in many different ways as they reunite for one more epic show by their beloved band, to relight their friendship and discover that maybe their greatest days are ahead of them.
The Flash
Worlds collide when Barry uses his superpowers to travel back in time in order to change the events of the past. But when his attempt to save his family inadvertently alters the future, Barry becomes trapped in a reality in which General Zod has returned, threatening annihilation, and there are no Super Heroes to turn to. That is, unless Barry can coax a very different Batman out of retirement and rescue an imprisoned Kryptonian - albeit not the one he's looking for. Ultimately, to save the world that he is in and return to the future that he knows, Barry's only hope is to race for his life. But will making the ultimate sacrifice be enough to reset the universe?
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
Harrison Ford returns as the legendary hero archaeologist in the highly anticipated fifth installment of the iconic "Indiana Jones" franchise, which is directed by James Mangold ("Ford v Ferrari," "Logan").
Fast X
2h 21m
Fasten your seatbelt for the tenth installment of the Fast & Furious franchise. With only one movie to go, the Fast crew are racing towards the finish line. Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris, John Cena and Jason Statham reassemble in this full-throttle feature. Dominic Toretto (Diesel) finds himself the target of the son of drug kingpin Hernan Reyes. Fuelled by envy and rage, Dante Reyes (Jason Momoa) wants to destroy Toretto’s family and avenge the death of his father. He’s not working alone, either - he’s bringing Charlize Theron’s cyberterrorist Cipher along for the ride. When you’ve got the Fast cast, speeding supercars and death-defying driving sequences, you can’t take a wrong turn.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Director James Gunn reassembles the much-loved ensemble cast of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Join Chris Pratt’s Peter Quill, Zoe Saldaña’s (previous version of) Gamora, Dave Bautista’s Drax, Vin Diesel’s Groot, and Bradley Cooper’s Rocket for one last hurrah. Getting used to life on Knowhere and reeling from the loss of Gamora, Peter is forced to adjust to having the previous version of his girlfriend back in his life. It’s a lot, but when the superheroes need to save one of their own, it’s the very least he has to contend with. A dangerous mission must be undertaken - one that threatens the future of the team. With high stakes, new adversaries (including Will Poulter’s Adam Warlock), and a fresh mixtape providing another kick-ass soundtrack, this third instalment will see the Guardians leave the MCU with a bang.
The Boogeyman
A nightmare team has assembled to give Stephen King’s 1973 short story the feature film treatment. As Sadie (Sophie Thatcher) and Sawyer (Vivien Lyra Blair) deal with the devastating loss of their mother, their emotionally distant psychiatrist father (Chris Messina) is visited by a desperate patient whose children all died in bed after crying out the word, “Boogeyman!”. Director Rob Savage made his name with a double-whammy of low-budget horror films, Host and Dashcam, while Thatcher shot to prominence in the plane crash-teen cannibal TV show, Yellowjackets. The Stranger Things producers round out a professionally petrifying posse. Perhaps sleep with the lights on after watching…
Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret
Living legend, Judy Blume, has blessed this adaptation of her beloved 1970s book that tells the story of 11-year-old Margaret (Abby Ryder Fortson) as she navigates family, friendships, periods, boys and whether there really is a God. When her interfaith parents – Christian mother Barbara (Rachel McAdams) and Jewish father Herb (Benny Safdie) – leave New York City and fiery grandma Sylvia (Kathy Bates) for the New Jersey suburbs, Margaret must rebuild her world from scratch. Director Kelly Fremon Craig has form with warm and comic adolescent dramas (see The Edge of Seventeen). Detailed costume and production design transport the viewer back 50 years, while the emotional scope of Margaret’s growing pains and pleasures are as relevant as ever. The magic of Blume’s frank tale has been bottled for a new generation.
Beau Is Afraid
A paranoid man embarks on an epic odyssey to get home to his mother in this bold and ingeniously depraved new film from writer/director Ari Aster.
Book Club: The Next Chapter
The highly anticipated sequel follows our four best friends as they take their book club to Italy for the fun girls trip they never had. When things go off the rails and secrets are revealed, their relaxing vacation turns into a once-in-a-lifetime cross-country adventure.
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
Harold Fry (Jim Broadbent) is an ordinary man living in Devon with wife Maureen (Penelope Wilton) when he receives word that an old friend, Queenie, is dying in a hospice in the north of England. He goes out to post her a letter but then just... keeps walking... for 500 miles! Harold’s journey leads him to people and places that shake him out of a glazed stupor and force a reckoning with an old trauma that has driven a wedge of sorrow between him and Maureen. National treasures, Broadbent and Wilton, deliver phenomenally well-matched performances in this soulful adaptation of Rachel Joyce’s 2012 bestselling novel about the lengths that people will go to for each other.
War Pony
A frank US drama following two young men living on a Native American reservation in South Dakota. Complex and challenging themes, such as drug misuse and domestic abuse, often involve young characters.
Love Again
What if a random text message led to the love of your life? Dealing with the loss of her fiancé, Mira Ray sends a series of romantic texts to his old cell phone number... not realising the number was reassigned to Rob Burns' new work phone. A journalist, Rob is captivated by the honesty in the beautifully confessional texts. When he's assigned to write a profile of megastar Celine Dion (playing herself in her first film role), he enlists her help in figuring out how to meet Mira in person... and win her heart.
Determined to find his missing daughter, Austin detective Danny Rourke (Ben Affleck) instead finds himself spiraling down a rabbit hole while investigating a series of reality-bending bank robberies where he will ultimately call into question his most basic assumptions about everything and everyone in his world. Aided by Diana Cruz (Alice Braga), a gifted psychic, Rourke simultaneously pursues and is pursued by a lethal specter (William Fichtner) - the one man he believes holds the key to finding the missing girl - only to discover more than he ever bargained for.
In the news this week was the story of a 21-year-old Junior Airman in the US army, who has been accused of leaking classified US intelligence files. He joins an ever-growing list of alleged leakers, which includes Reality Winner, on whom our new release Reality is based.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie
For the first time, the iconic global entertainment brands Illumination and Nintendo join forces to create The Super Mario Bros. Movie, a new, big-screen adventure starring one of pop culture's most prominent plumbers of the past four decades. While working underground to fix a water main, Brooklyn plumbers Mario and brother Luigi are transported down a mysterious pipe and wander into a magical new world. But when the brothers are separated, Mario embarks on an epic quest to find Luigi. With the assistance of a Mushroom Kingdom resident Toad and some training from the strong-willed ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom, Princess Peach, Mario taps into his own power.
Mad About the Boy - The Noel Coward Story
Noel Coward grew up in poverty and left school when he was only nine years old. He was queer in a very straight world. And yet by the age of 30, he was the highest-paid writer in the world, and a star on the Broadway stage. He wrote, directed and acted in some of the finest plays and movies of all time, including Private Lives, Blithe Spirit, Brief Encounter and In Which We Serve. He also became a world renowned songwriter and performer of whom Frank Sinatra said, 'If you want to hear how a song should be sung, go see Mr Noel Coward'. Against all odds, Noel Coward became the most successful multi-talented artist of the Twentieth Century. He defined an era and led an extraordinary life. This is his inspirational story told in his own words and music, and unique home movies.
1h 29m
Mummies follows the fun adventures of three Egyptian mummies who live in an underground secret city, hidden in ancient Egypt. The trio includes a princess, a former charioteer, and his younger brother along with their pet baby crocodile. Through a series of unfortunate events, the mummies end up in present-day London and embark on a wacky and hilarious journey in search of an old ring belonging to the Royal Family, that was stolen by the ambitious archaeologist Lord Carnaby.
1h 31m
During the last desperate days of WWII, a solitary prospector (Jorma Tommila) crosses paths with Nazis on a scorched-earth retreat in northern Finland. When the Nazis steal his gold, they quickly discover that they have just tangled with no ordinary miner. While there is no direct translation for the Finnish word "sisu", this legendary ex-commando will embody what sisu means: a white-knuckled form of courage and unimaginable determination in the face of overwhelming odds. And no matter what the Nazis throw at him, the one-man death squad will go to outrageous lengths to get his gold back - even if it means killing every last Nazi in his path.
The Eight Mountains
City kid Pietro meets rugged Bruno during an idyllic summer in the mountains of Northern Italy, sparking a lifelong friendship enriched by their vast differences. Pensive, uncertain Pietro hails from a middle-class family in Turin led by an outgoing engineer father; Bruno, raised by relatives in an alpine village, ekes out a living from the rustic region that has always sustained his family. Following a period of estrangement, Pietro (Luca Marinelli) and Bruno (Alessandro Borghi) reunite as adults struggling to escape the towering shadows of their fathers, while building a mountainside cottage which becomes a site of both reflection and reconciliation.
National Theatre Live: Best of Enemies
David Harewood (Homeland) and Zachary Quinto (Star Trek) play feuding political rivals in James Graham’s (Sherwood) multiple award-winning and critically acclaimed new drama, directed by Jeremy Herrin (All My Sons). Best of Enemies will be filmed live at the Noël Coward Theatre in London’s West End.
National Theatre Live: Fleabag (Encore)
Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Killing Eve) and directed by Vicky Jones, Fleabag is a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life. Following a box-office record-breaking run in cinemas in 2019, the one-woman show returns to our screens this summer. Fleabag may seem oversexed, emotionally unfiltered and self-obsessed, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. With family and friendships under strain and a guinea pig café struggling to keep afloat, Fleabag suddenly finds herself with nothing to lose. The hilarious, award-winning play that inspired the BBC’s hit TV series Fleabag, was captured live on stage from London’s West End in 2019.
Oh, what a beautiful day! Starring then-newcomer Hugh Jackman (Les Misérables, The Greatest Showman) as Curly, National Theatre's acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning production of Oklahoma! was filmed during its record-breaking 1998 run in London. Directed by theatre legend Trevor Nunn (CATS, Les Misérables) with new choreography by Susan Stroman, Oklahoma! features some of musical theatre's most delightfully hummable songs, including "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'," "The Surrey With The Fringe On Top" and the joyous title tune, "Oklahoma". One of the most beloved musicals ever to grace the stage is coming to the big screen 80 years after it first premiered on Broadway.
Shakespeare in Love
Young Will Shakespeare is the up and coming playwright of the time, but has been disastrously struck by the bane of the writer's life - writer's block. His comedy "Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter" isn't going anywhere and the playhouse is under threat of closure. What Will needs is a muse, and she appears in the form of the beautiful and bethrothed Lady Viola. The path of true love does not run smooth for Will, but the joys and tragedy of his own life find their way onto the page in a moving, witty and spellbinding tale.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
A loving couple, a few lost monsters and a sweet transvestite from transsexual Transylvania sing and dance through a campy salute to horror movies and sexual liberation. Screening on Sundays and Tuesdays as part of our Throwback Season where we revisit classics. Each ticket to these showtimes (highlighted as ‘Throwback’ in green) includes complimentary popcorn and drink. Please note there is no complimentary food and drink offering for any other type of screening.
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
Two drag-queens, Mitzi and Felicia, and a transsexual, Bernadette sign up for a gig at a drag show in the remote Australian desert.They head west from Sydney aboard a lavender bus named Priscilla, but when they arrive, they find more than just a cabaret job lying in wait. Screening on Sundays and Tuesdays as part of our Throwback Season where we revisit classics. Each ticket to these showtimes (highlighted as ‘Throwback’ in green) includes complimentary popcorn and a drink. Please note there is no complimentary food and drink offering for any other type of screening.
Stand By Me
After learning that a stranger has been accidentally killed near their rural homes, four Oregon boys decide to go see the body. On the way, they encounter a mean junk man and a marsh full of leeches, as they also learn more about one another and their very different home lives. Just a lark at first, the boys' adventure evolves into a defining event in their lives. Screening on Sundays and Tuesdays as part of our Throwback Season where we revisit classics. Each ticket to these showtimes (highlighted as ‘Throwback’ in green) includes complimentary popcorn and a drink. Please note there is no complimentary food and drink offering for any other type of screening.
Reservoir Dogs
They were six perfect strangers assembled to pull off the perfect crime, but when their simple robbery explodes into bloody ambush, the ruthless killers realize one of them is a police informer. But which one? Screening on Sundays and Tuesdays as part of our Throwback Season where we revisit classics. Each ticket to these showtimes (highlighted as ‘Throwback’ in green) includes complimentary popcorn and a drink. Please note there is no complimentary food and drink offering for any other type of screening.
The Big Lebowski
Ultimate L.A. slacker Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski, mistaken for a millionaire of the same name, seeks restitution for a rug ruined by debt collectors, enlisting his bowling buddies for help while trying to find the millionaire's missing wife. After learning that a stranger has been accidentally killed near their rural homes, four Oregon boys decide to go see the body. On the way, Gordie Lachance (Wil Wheaton), Vern Tessio (Jerry O'Connell), Chris Chambers (River Phoenix) and Teddy Duchamp (Corey Feldman) encounter a mean junk man and a marsh full of leeches, as they also learn more about one another and their very different home lives. Just a lark at first, the boys' adventure evolves into a defining event in their lives.