Experience The Suicide Squad in IMAX and 4DX in Cineworld

James Gunn's The Suicide Squad unleashes a volley of hilarious bad-taste jokes, oddball characters and jaw-dropping set-pieces, all of which promises to wash away the bad taste of the earlier 2016 incarnation.

The new DC comic book movie assembles a crew of miscreants for a do-or-die mission including Idris Elba's Bloodshot, a returning Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, John Cena's Peacemaker and Sylvester Stallone's King Shark.

If you're looking to immerse yourself in the utterly gonzo world of the movie, look beyond the standard widescreen format and embrace the movie in either IMAX or 4DX. Heck, you can do both if you want. Here's what you need to know.



Thanks to IMAX remastering, your favourite blockbuster movies are not simply bigger; they envelop you in a glistening frame-by-frame restoration. IMAX brings added warmth and sharpness, and The Suicie Squad is tailor-made for this format. Whether it's Polka Dot Man (David Dastmalchian) deploying his particular set of skills to take down the bad guys, or Ratcatcher 2 (Daniela Melchior) unleashing her even more particular set of skills, the movie's gloriously twisted world is poised to take on new dimensions in IMAX.

And those signature James Gunn needle-drops (mixed with John Murphy's propulsive score) have never sounded as good as they do in IMAX. Each auditorium has also been equipped with a perfectly tuned integrated sound and speaker system for heart-pounding audio that will truly blow you away.

Why 4DX?

Exclusive to Cineworld in the UK and Ireland and rapidly expanding since its launch in 2015, 4DX adds extreme sensory thrills to your cinema experience. With stimulating effects like water, wind, scent and strobe lighting that are timed to enhance what’s happening on screen, you’ll be truly thrilled in your seat.

And speaking of your seat – it moves. The high-tech motion programming means it moves in time with the film’s action, and along with vibrations and shaking, you’ll feel like you’re part of The Suicide Squad's insane (and insanely bloody) mission. Who could ask for more?


Click here to book your tickets for The Suicide Squad, on release now in Cineworld.