Summer isn't quite here yet - but blockbuster season is starting to warm up. Here are the gargantuan movie releases you need to watch this April.
Captain America: Civil War
What's the story? Captain America returns and this time he has to fight his most formidable opponent yet... Iron Man!
Following an incident involving the Avengers which involved much collateral damage, politicians propose a governing body to monitor the activities of superheroes.
This brings Steve Rogers into conflict with Tony Stark, with the other Avengers choosing sides behind Captain America and Iron Man. But while fighting each other, they must work out how to protect the world from a new enemy...
Captain America and Iron Man go head-to-head in this superhero-studded blockbuster based on the comic book by Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, Kingsman). Directed by the Russo brothers (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), this promises to be darker and more emotional than any Marvel movie yet. Look out for guest appearances from Ant-Man, Hawkeye, Vision, Black Widow, Black Panther, Falcon, War Machine and... Spider-Man!
Captain America: 3D Triple Bill (Thursday 28th April)
What's the story? See all three Captain America movies in this unique triple bill!
In 2011, Captain America made his big screen debut in the rip-roaring World War II adventure, The First Avenger. Three years later, he returned, this time in the modern day, in the gripping conspiracy thriller The Winter Soldier. Now, he's back for a third movie extravaganza as he faces off against Iron Man in Marvel's biggest movie yet.
On 28th April, Cineworld is screening all three Captain America movies in a not-to-be-missed triple bill. Starring Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America, these three movies show Marvel at the top of their game. With the first film headlining such stellar names as Tommy Lee Jones and Hugo Weaving, the second film continued the roll-call of a-list talent with Robert Redford and Samuel L Jackson joining the party.
Now, Civil War boasts the biggest cast yet for a Marvel movie, with Iron Man, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Falcon, Vision, Black Panther, Ant Man and a certain web-crawler all making appearances. Trust us, by the end of Civil War, things will never be the same for the Avengers.
The Huntsman: Winter's War
What's the story? Rival queens wage spectacular war in an action-packed Snow White prequel with Chris Hemsworth.
Long before that encounter with Snow White, Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron) is indisputably the most beautiful of them all. But the magic mirror reveals that her sister, Queen Freya (Emily Blunt), is to bear a child who will become even more attractive.
This leads to a terrible betrayal that unleashes Freya's incredible powers. With her heart hardened, she retreats to a stunning ice palace to raise an army of warriors. But two of her best fighters - Eric (Chris Hemsworth) and Sara (Jessica Chastain) - disobey her command never to fall in love.
Directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan, who created the amazing visual effects for Snow White and the Huntsman, and shot on location in the UK, this thrilling prequel pits the evil monarchs against one another in an incredible showdown of rival magic.