It's a packed week of movies this week, featuring compelling Cold War thrillers, Pixar family extravaganzas and much more. So be first in line to watch all of them and book online with My Cineworld to beat the queues!
Legendary director Steven Spielberg and Forrest Gump star Tom Hanks reunite for dramatic Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies. Co-written by the esteemed Coen Brothers, this is the story of the tense negotiations between an all-American insurance lawyer and Russian forces, as a convicted Soviet spy is offered in exchange for a downed American pilot. Check out the trailer.
After something a bit more family-friendly? Then check out The Good Dinosaur, the latest movie from Inside Out visionaries Pixar. This heartwarming story of friendship plays out against an alternate prehistoric landscape in which humans and dinosaurs and living alongside one another.
Also out this week: critically acclaimed romantic drama Carol. Already heralded as one of the year's finest films, this story of a forbidden romance between two women is adapted from Patricia Highsmith's novel and features outstanding performances from Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.
And then Johnny Depp disappears into yet another memorable role in Black Mass. This gritty gangster thriller stars Depp as notorious Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, in a story of his dark dealings with the FBI. Joel Edgerton and Benedict Cumberbatch are among the impressive cast – check out the trailer.
Sounds amazing! How do I book?
Easy. Just follow these three simple steps:
1) Book online
Book your tickets online as usual and your confirmation email will contain a QR code.
2) Show your QR code
Show the QR code on your mobile screen at drop-box (where your tickets get torn on the way into the screen), our staff member will scan your code and you, along with anyone else included in your booking can walk straight into your screening.
3) Passbook for iPhone
If you have Passbook on your iPhone you can save your mobile ticket to your Passbook app, it will make your mobile ticket appear on your home screen 20 minutes before your film starts so it's easy to find and a handy reminder.