The summer solstice is upon us, meaning it's the longest day of the year. And that means even longer in Cineworld to watch your favourite movies.
How many movies will you cram in today? At the very least you won't have to think about what's on release, because we've done the hard work for you. Scroll down to find out more.
Chris Evans heads for infinity and beyond as the voice of heroic space ranger Buzz Lightyear in Disney-Pixar's visually dazzling adventure.
Purchase a Cineworld family ticket and watch Lightyear together with your very own intergalactic squadron. With the Cineworld Family Ticket, adults pay kids' prices (valid for groups of four people with up to two paying adults), so everyone can be more childish together!
The thunderously exciting Jurassic World series rolls to a close with this, another roarsome instalment of mighty beasts and nostalgic action.
Legacy cast members Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum swell the ranks of the cast in Colin Trevorrow's conclusion to the blockbuster franchise, which finishes what Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park started back in 1993.
Tom Cruise defies gravity (and, seemingly, the ageing process) in his triumphant return to the Top Gun arena. Cruise reprises his role as Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell, the role that shot him to A-list superstardom back in 1986.
Expect big jets and even bigger hits of nostalgia as the past comes back to haunt Maverick in the form of the late Goose's son, Rooster (Miles Teller). And trust us when we say that the astonishing flying sequences will rock you back in your seat.
The cult animated series is adapted for the big screen in a blast of colour and quirky humour that's set to delight devotees and newcomers alike.
When Bob and Linda Belcher's burger joint comes under threat from a huge sinkhole, it sets in motion a wacky and entertaining adventure.
There's still time to catch the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe epic in Cineworld before the next instalment, Thor: Love and Thunder, arrives in July.
Benedict Cumberbatch reprises his role as Stephen Strange – or, more accurately, he adopts multiple mantles in a visually eye-popping adventure that sends Strange hurtling through the possibilities of the multiverse.
Under the auspices of Spider-Man and Evil Dead director Sam Raimi, it's an exuberant, surreal and often scary ride.
Emma Thompson cements her national treasure status with her frank and endearing performance in this sex-positive comedy from director Lucy Hyde and screenwriter Katy Brand.
Thompson plays a repressed, widowed, former Religious Studies teacher who hires a sex worker, Leo Grande (Peaky Blinders' Daryl McCormack) to show her what she's been missing. The subsequent journey is as revelatory and poignant as it is hilarious.
Ex Machina and Annihilation director Alex Garland envelops audiences in a nightmarish web of fairy tale horror. Jessie Buckley gives another strong performance as a widowed woman who is beset on all sides by a group of men sharing the same face (the versatile and terrifying Rory Kinnear).
What movies will you be watching in Cineworld during today's Summer Solstice? Let us know @Cineworld.
And don't forget you can indulge in as many movies as you want by joining Cineworld Unlimited, not to mention preview screenings, a free tastecard and a whole lot more.