So the bank holiday weekend is almost upon us and if you're thinking that going outside is a bit overrated, we've got a whole host of amazing movies for you to feast on at Cineworld.
So whether you want to treat yourself to a great film or you’re an Unlimited member looking to catch up with a whole day at the cinema, here’s everything you can see this weekend.
SOLO: A Star Wars Story
Ever wondered how Harrison Ford's rogueish space smuggler Han Solo got his reputation? Ron Howard's Star Wars spinoff provides the answer, with Hail, Caesar! scene-stealer Alden Ehrenreich stepping into Ford's shoes as the young Solo. Find out how Han first met loyal Wookiee sidekick Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo) and how he won spaceship the Millennium Falcon from Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover). And be sure to reserve a seat in the biggest screen you can find for the eagerly awaited Kessel Run sequence...
Not all superheroes wear capes. But then Deadpool isn't your average superhero. Ryan Reynolds' hilariously dirty-minded title character is back for more explosive action and expletive-laden fourth wall breaking in this sequel to the runaway 2016 hit. This time, he's pitted against Josh Brolin's formidable time-travelling mercenary Cable – it seems Mr. Pool could do with some help from a certain team known as the X-Force...
Dog lovers of Cineworld, unite! Our canine pals are on the case in this wacky family comedy, as rottweiler detective Max (voiced by rapper Ludacris) teams with human partner Frank (voice of LEGO Batman Will Arnett) for a crazy caper. RuPaul and Stanley Tucci are among the voices of the other dogs.
Avengers: Infinity War
Are you yet to catch up with the most colossal and emotional Marvel movie so far? Have you already seen it several times, and can't wait to go back for more? Either way, Infinity War sees the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) take some genuinely breathtaking turns, with directors the Russos marshalling an enormous cast of your favourite superhero characters in the most important fight of their lives. Come for the astonishing big screen spectacle. Return for a second viewing to celebrate a milestone in 10 years of the MCU.
Keep the kids happy with this sequel to 2011 animation Gnomeo and Juliet. An all-star voice cast, led as before by X-Men's James McAvoy and Edge of Tomorrow's Emily Blunt, star in this twist on the classic Sherlock Holmes mythology, with Pirates of the Caribbean's Johnny Depp voicing the world's most famous detective.
What will you be watching this Bank Holiday? Let us know @Cineworld.