All the movies you can watch at Cineworld as part of National Cinema Day

All movies in all formats are just £3 at Cineworld during National Cinema Day. On Saturday September 3rd, you can take your pick from a dazzling array of movies in any viewing format you choose – and all for just £3.

Celebrate the magic of the big screen at a fraction of the price. Scroll down to discover what you could be watching at Cineworld for just £3.


1. Three Thousand Years of Longing

In the first of two Idris Elba movies currently on release, the Luther star plays a mysterious Djinn freed by Tilda Swinton's bookish academic.

Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller uncorks a visually splendrous and surrealistic journey across time, the cosmos and human existence in this fantastical adaptation of A.S. Byatt's short story 'The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye.'

Click here to book your tickets for Three Thousand Years of Longing.

2. Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can... and that includes making a barnstorming return to the big screen. The gargantuan Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) blockbuster unlocked the potential of the multiverse and now promises to engulf, enchant and excite viewers all over again with 11 additional minutes of footage.

Revisit the wondrous moment where Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield meet for the first time. Cower from the menace of Willem Dafoe's cackling Green Goblin. And ponder the possibilities of what the multiverse could mean for the MCU moving forward.

Click here to book your tickets for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

3. Beast

Idris Elba squares off against a marauding, man-eating lion in this pared-down, nail-biting survival thriller. When Elba's doctor is stranded in the African bush along with his daughters, he must contrive a way to survive against an especially deadly enemy, one that knows how to use its environment to its fullest advantage.

Everest director Baltasar Kormakur gives us everything we ever wanted: nerve-shredding set-pieces, hair-raising chases and Elba's fist connecting with a carnivorous lion's face.

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4. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

You've no doubt seen Steven Spielberg's poignant masterpiece countless times before. But you've never experienced E.T. in the majesty of IMAX.

The scope and immersion of IMAX promise to invest fresh magic into one of the most celebrated films of all time. Be prepared to look at the famous bike across the moon sequence, and several other unforgettable set-pieces, in a brand new light as screen curvature, width and height combine with dynamic surround sound to reinforce the elemental beauty of Spielberg's vision.

Click here to book your tickets for E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

5. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - The Director's Cut

The greatest Star Trek movie of all time (brooking no argument) gets its definitive presentation on the big screen at Cineworld.

The Wrath of Khan is celebrated for its Kirk/Spock character dynamic as William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy give franchise-best performances. It also sports the best villain of the series in the form of Ricardo Montalban's calculating yet tragic Khan Noonien Singh. The Director's Cut makes subtle but vital alterations to a familiar classic in line with director Nicholas Meyer's original vision.

Click here to book your tickets for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - The Director's Cut.

6. Fisherman's Friends: One and All

Looking for something more down-to-Earth? Reunite with Cornwall's greatest buoy band in this heartwarming continuation of the Fisherman's Friends saga.

James Purefoy's Jim takes centre stage as the drama takes the loveably bickering music group to the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury.

Click here to book your tickets for Fisherman's Friends: One and All.


There's still time to catch the latest spine-tingling extravaganza from the Oscar-winning Jordan Peele, acclaimed director of Get Out and Us.

As ever, Peele deftly blends satire and scares in this story of a California horse ranch isolated by something menacing from above. Of course, we won't tell you what that is. Simply revel in the return of a provocative and singular filmmaker, here reuniting with his charismatic Get Out star (and subsequent Oscar winner) Daniel Kaluuya.

Click here to book your tickets for NOPE.

8. Bullet Train

Brad Pitt boards the crazy train in this all-action bonanza from Atomic Blonde and Deadpool 2 filmmaker David Leitch.

When Pitt's reluctant assassin is tasked with safeguarding a precious briefcase, all hell breaks loose aboard Japanese public transport as Pitt's rivals vie for the goods themselves. The eclectic cast includes Kick-Ass' Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Eternals' Brian Tyree Henry.

Click here to book your tickets for Bullet Train.

9. Minions: The Rise of Gru

Take your own army of sidekicks to Cineworld and watch the latest, hilarious Minions movie on the big screen. Gru's loyal helpers are as anarchic and hapless as ever in the latest delightful instalment of the blockbuster Despicable Me franchise.

Click here to book your tickets for Minions: The Rise of Gru.


10. Top Gun: Maverick

This summer's biggest blockbuster continues to take our breath away. The unstoppable Tom Cruise returns to his signature role of Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell in this pitch-perfect blend of nostalgia and astonishing stuntwork, which both honours the Top Gun legacy and moves it forward into bold new dramatic areas.

Click here to book your tickets for Top Gun: Maverick.


11. Cobra

This gripping Tamil action-thriller stars Chiyaan Vikram as a maths genius who must use his abilities to solve a series of deadly crimes. The director is the noted R. Ajay Gnanamuthu, helmer of the hit Imaikkaa Nodigal.

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Let us say it again: all of these movies are just £3 in all formats at Cineworld on National Cinema Day. What will you be watching? Let us know @Cineworld.