February 2024 movie releases at Cineworld

2024 is now in full swing, so how many movies have you managed to watch at Cineworld during the first few weeks? Remember, a Cineworld 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).

Here are Luke and Dan, hosts of What's On At Cineworld, with a fun overview of what you can expect to see over the next few weeks.

Keep on scrolling to discover the key details and release dates for February's must-see releases.


1. Argylle (released February 2nd)

Director Matthew Vaughn (Kingsman) assembles a glittering A-list cast for this meta-action-comedy riot. Bryce Dallas Howard plays an introverted spy novelist who finds herself caught up in a real-life, bullet-ridden espionage plot, and her cat is also along for the ride. But it gets weirder: every new literary plot development actively changes the fabric of reality, and now everyone wants to know how the story ends.

Sam Rockwell, Bryan Cranston, Dua Lipa, John Cena, Henry Cavill, Catherine O'Hara and Samuel L. Jackson bring the muscle to the big-name ensemble.


2. Migration (released February 2nd)

Prepare for the first family movie event of the season, and indeed the first-ever animated movie to play in 270-degree ScreenX. Migration is the endearing and uplifting story of a family of ducks whose journey south for the winter takes several unexpected and exciting turns. Elizabeth Banks, Awkwafina and Danny DeVito are among the big voice names in the latest offering from Minions creators Illumination.


3. The Iron Claw (released February 9th)

The compelling true story of the Von Erich wrestling dynasty underpins this emotional look at family bonds both inside and outside the ring. Zac Efron is a revelation as Kevin Von Erich and he's backed by a strong supporting cast that includes Harris Dickinson and Jeremy Allen White as his on-screen siblings David and Kerry. Holt McCallany and Maura Tierney play the driven Von Erich parents in a story of ambition thwarted by hubris.


4. Bob Marley: One Love (released February 14th)

Rising British star Kinglsey Ben-Adir transforms into reggae icon Bob Marley for this sweeping look at the path-breaking musician's life. From Marley's early life in Jamaica through to his final years in London, One Love promises to embody all the solidarity and positivity inherent in Marley's genre-redefining music. 


5. Madame Web (released February 14th)

The latest Sony/Marvel crossover movie is here and it's set to put a spin (no pun intended) on a fan-favourite comic book character. Dakota Johnson portrays a younger iteration of clairvoyant superhero Madame Web who becomes embroiled in an ongoing battle across time with a Spider-Man lookalike villain. Anyone But You's Sydney Sweeney portrays the nascent iteration of the classic character Spider-Woman.



6. Wicked Little Letters (released February 23rd)

A series of poison pen letters serve to unravel an uptight English community in this scabrously foul-mouthed black comedy. In a 1920s seaside town, Olivia Colman's prim religious conservative is scandalised by the discovery of salacious letters. She immediately pins the blame on Jessie Buckley's outspoken Irish immigrant mother, but this strategy soon backfires with jaw-dropping results for everyone involved.

Sci-Fi Season (runs February 6th to February 26th)

Travel to distant worlds and dystopian futures via the majesty of a Cineworld screen. We're proud to present a series of trailblazing science-fiction movies on the big screen where they belong: 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dune, Interstellar, Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049.


Valentine's Day Movies

Who's in the mood for love this February? We're setting the scene with our run of Valentine's Day classics that will surely set Cupid's arrow flying: 10 Things I Hate About You, Notting Hill and Les Miserables.


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.