What’s On At Cineworld in March from Dune: Part Two to Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

Zendaya as Chani in Dune: Part Two

2024 is now in full swing, so how many movies have you managed to watch at Cineworld during the last few weeks? Remember, an Unlimited membership will help you to gorge on as many films as you want. (scroll to the end of this post to find out more).

Keep on scrolling to discover the key details and release dates for February's must-see releases, including premium format IMAX and 4DX releases. Remember that if you're an Unlimited member, you can enjoy a free premium format uplift in February.

Planning a Monday to Wednesday viewing of one or more of the following films? Our Cinesaver discount allows you to enjoy €5.99 tickets from Monday to Wednesday, and our Early Week Special allows you to combine one small soft drink with one small sweet or one small salted popcorn for just €5.


1. Dune: Part Two (released March 1st in IMAX and 4DX)

The battle for Arrakis begins in Denis Villeneuve's stupendous and sweeping summation of his big-screen Dune saga. Expect a sense of scale akin to that of Lord of the Rings as Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) grapples with his tortured destiny and vows to bring the treacherous House Harkonnen to its knees with the help of the Fremen.

Dune: Part Two is set to expand on the mythology of Dune with more sandworm action, more mysterious and eye-widening prophesising and the introduction of several important new characters. This includes Florence Pugh's Princess Irulan, Christopher Walken's Emperor Shaddam IV and Austin Butler's fierce Harkonnen warrior Feyd-Rautha.


2. Lisa Frankenstein (released March 1st)

Juno writer Diablo Cody is back and in typically subversive form in this drop-dead funny mixture of Heathers and Mary Shelley. Kathryn Newton plays the ostracised high school teen who decides to resurrect an undead nobleman to kindle her dormant love life – with disastrous consequences.

3. Soul (released March 8th as part of Pixar Season)

Disney-Pixar's wondrous and moving exploration of the human condition comes to the big screen for the very first time.

Don't miss your chance to engage with the visual wonder, quick-witted humour and philosophical intrigue of this family adventure in which Jamie Foxx's aspiring jazz artist dies, goes to heaven, and then decides that he wants more time in his corporeal form.

The funky soundtrack that mashes up Jon Batiste with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross is just one of the treats on offer.


4. Drive-Away Dolls (released March 15th)

Ethan Coen, one half of the acclaimed Coen brothers duo, goes solo for this quirky and darkly comic road trip movie. 

This comedy caper follows Jamie, an uninhibited free spirit bemoaning yet another breakup with a girlfriend, and her demure friend Marian who desperately needs to loosen up. In search of a fresh start, the two embark on an impromptu road trip to Tallahassee, but things quickly go awry when they cross paths with a group of inept criminals along the way.

Among the excellent cast is Geraldine Viswanathan (Blockers), Margaret Qualley (Poor Things), Matt Damon (Oppenheimer) and Pedro Pascal (The Last Of Us).

5. Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire (released March 22nd)

Who ya gonna call? Following the events of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, nascent supernatural superheroes Phoebe (Mckenna Grace) and Trevor (Finn Wolfhard) have relocated to New City after discovering their grandfather was legendary Ghostbuster Egon Spengler (the late Harold Ramis).

Good thing too, because a supernatural deep freeze is on the way to the Big Apple, and Phoebe and Trevor have to call in reinforcements including teacher Mr Grooberson (Paul Rudd) and their mother (Carrie Coon). But that isn't enough: they also need the OG Ghostbusters team to help save the day, comprising Pete Venkman (Bill Murray), Ray Stanz (Dan Aykroyd), Winston Zeddemore (Ernie Hudson) and Janine Melnitz (Annie Potts).

6. Kung Fu Panda 4 (released March 29th)

Jack Black's lovely dopey kung fu fighting panda Po has battled his way through the events of three whole movies. Po has learned to balance his love of dumplings with his inner sense of chi, but this time he must undertake his boldest adventure yet: leave the Valley of Peace behind and search for his successor as Dragon Warrior. 

Viola Davis voices the evil Chameleon who can morph into all of Po's old enemies including Siberian tiger Tai Lung (Ian McShane). The voice cast is a bustling ensemble of popular names including Dustin Hoffman and James Hong, mainstays of the series, and franchise newcomers Awkwafina and Key Huy Quan.

7. Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (released March 29th)

Cower in awe beneath your Cineworld seat as the Titans clash once again on the big screen. In this latest chapter of Warner Bros/Legendary Pictures 'MonsterVerse', one-time enemies Godzilla and King Kong must become reluctant allies to battle a deadly new threat arising from the centre of the Earth.

Godzilla vs Kong director Adam Wingard is back behind the camera with Dan Stevens and Rebecca Hall fronting the cast. But we know that the real stars of the show are the Titans themselves: King Kong in all his towering, chest-beating glory and Godzilla lighting it up with his fearsome atomic breath.

Remember, a Cineworld Unlimited membership pays for itself in less than two visits per month. And that's just the start of your Unlimited journey: additional exciting perks include access to advance screenings, 10% off the cost of in-cinema snacks and more.