We were all thoroughly rocked by last year's big-haired, foot-stomping Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, a salute to one of the world's most famous groups that became an enormous box office hit. (So far, the film has taken more than $700 million worldwide.)
Lead actor Rami Malek gathered universal acclaim for his portrayal of singer Freddie Mercury, a mercurial figure whose exuberant stage presence masked private insecurities over his sexuality and identity. The movie lavishly re-staged the creation of many classic Queen hits, culminating in the pivotal Live Aid concert in 1985.
While we wait to see if Malek will get an Oscar nomination (they're announced on 22nd January), we're delighted to announce that Bohemian Rhapsody will be returning to Cineworld this January in sing-along form.
It's time to clap, cheer and don platform shoes as you perform alongside the movie to timeless numbers like 'We Are The Champions', 'Somebody to Love' and 'Who Wants To Live Forever'.
Click here to book your tickets for the Bohemian Rhapsody sing-along screening on 11th January. Let us know @Cineworld if you'll be there in the front row.