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Here's a look at this year's big releases. We'll update this list as often as possible (last updated 8/2/2022) and take a deeper look at each month's upcoming titles. Please be aware that just because a film is on this list it doesn't guarantee we'll be showing it:

February

Jackass Forever

Ahh friendship, some folk like to go down the pub with their mates, others, well, they like to dress up as chickens and shoot each other out of a cannon! The original Jackass crew, Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera and Wee Man (plus a few new faces!) reunite once again to bring their usual dose of hilarious chaos to the big screen.

Moonfall

We like to to see this film as a big budget mash-up of all director Roland Emmirch's previous work (Independence Day, 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow). But what makes Moonfall so great, well, it's arguably his most bizarre work yet! Starring Halle Berry, John Bradley and Patrick Wilson the film offers a bonkers but brilliant disaster tale that doesn't take itself too seriously and centres itself around the moon 'falling' off course and threatening to wipe out the Earth.

BELLE

Beauty & The Beast gets a futuristic makeover in this bold anime from Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda. Following an unpopular high school student who becomes a singing sensation in an online virtual world, this visually stunning story sees her use her fame to track down a mysterious beast who's on the run from ruthless vigilantes.

Uncharted

Tom Holland is at it again as he hits our screens this time as street smart thief Nathan Drake in this action-packed film adaptation of the popular video game series. Joined by wise-cracking partner Victor "Sully" Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg), the pair embark on a dangerous quest to find the greatest treasure never found and heck they might just find Nathan's long lost brother too.

Death on the Nile

It feels like we've been waiting a lifetime to finally get this all-star telling of Agatha Christie's whodunit on the big screen! Starring Kenneth Branagh as the man with the best on screen moustache, Hercule Poirot, plus Gal Gadot and Armie Hammer, audiences can expect a luxurious cruise down the Nile clouded by plenty of mystery and intrigue.

Marry Me

Jennifer Lopez stars as pop superstar Kat Valdez who is about to get married in front of an audience of her loyal fans, but after finding out her groom-to-be has been unfaithful with seconds to go before the vows, she makes the snap decision to marry a randomer in the audience instead. As forces do all they can to force the unlikely couple to separate, they must figure out whether they can find true love together.

ROH: Romeo & Juliet

This Valentine's Day the Royal Ballet are serving up the ultimate story of love and tragedy with their new production of the classic Romeo & Juliet. As the doomed couple navigate their way through the colour and action of Renaissance Verona, action is around every corner with sword fights and a raging feud between families.

NT Live: The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage

Based on Phillip Pullman's best selling book, this innovative and gripping production serves as a prequel set 12 years prior to the much-loved His Dark Materials series and follows two young people and their dæmons as they find themselves in the centre of a terrifying manhunt. It also acts as the origin story of Lyra Belacqua, a child that lies the fate of the future.

Dog

Channing Tatum stars as army ranger Briggs who, with a dog named Lulu by his side, must race down the Pacific Coast to make it to a fellow soldier's funeral on time. Along the way, the pair drive each other completely crazy, break a handful of laws, narrowly evade death, and learn to let down their guards to have a fighting chance of finding happiness.

The Real Charlie Chaplin

In an innovative blend of newly-unearthed audio recordings, dramatic reconstructions and brilliantly restored personal archive, this film traces Charlie Chaplin's meteoric rise from the slums of Victorian London to the heights of Hollywood superstardom, before his scandalous fall from grace.

Cyrano

Starring Peter Dinklage as man ahead of his time, Cyrano de Bergerac, this timeless tale of the love triangle get's an all singing and all dancing musical makeover from award-winning director Joe Wright. Whether through ferocious wordplay at a verbal joust or with brilliant swordplay in a duel, Cyrano excels in all areas but it's his looks that he believes leave him undesirable by the luminous Roxanne.

The Duke

We love a beautiful British film and director's Roger Michell's true tale of a pensioner who allegedly managed to commit the only theft in the National Gallery's 198 year history, ticks all our boxes. Starring the legends that are Dame Helen Mirren and Jim Broadbent, the film is set in 1961 and follows a 60-year-old taxi driver who steal Goya's portrait of The Duke of Wellington from the gallery. He then begins to send ransom notes saying he'll return the portrait if the government invest more money into elderly care.

Studio 666

Is there anything Dave Grohl can't do? The Foo Fighters front man and his fellow bandmates have now turned their hand to starring in their very own horror movie in Studio 666. After moving into a creepy mansion steeped in rock and roll history the band find themselves up against supernatural forces that threaten to stop the completion of their much-awaited 10th album, oh, and their lives.

Coming soon...

March:
Ali & Ava - 4 March
The Batman - 4 March (On sale 10 February)
ROH: Rigoletto - 10 March
Red Rocket - 11 March
Unwelcome - 18 March
Operation Fortune: Ruse De Guerre - 18 March
Phantom of the Open - 18 March
The Nan Movie - 18 March
X - 18 March
Ambulance - 25 March

April:
Easter Sunday - 1 April
Morbius - 1 April
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - 1 April
The Bad Guys - 1 April
The Contractor - 1 April
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore - 8 April
The Outfit - 8 April
ROH: La Traviata - 13 April
Father Stu - 15 April
The Northman - 15 April
The Lost City - 15 April
Operation Mincemeat - 15 April
NT Live: Henry V - 21 April
Operation Mincemeat - 22 April
The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent - 22 April
Fisherman's Friends: One And All - 29 April
Downton Abbey 2 - 29 April
Mrs Harris Goes To Paris - 29 April
65 - 29 April

May:
Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness - 6 May
ROH: Swan Lake - 19 May
DC League of Super-Pets - 20 May
Top Gun Maverick - 27 May

June:
Dashcam - 3 June
Jurassic World 3 - 10 June
Lightyear - 17 June
Black Phone - 24 June
Elvis - 24 June

July:
Minions 2: Rise of Gru - 1 July
Thor: Love And Thunder - 8 July
Bullet Train - 15 July
The Railway Children Return - 15 July
Where the Crawdads Sing - 22 July
Under the Boardwalk - 22 July
Where the Crawdads Sing
Nope - 22 July
Black Adam - 29 July

August:
Mummies - 5 AugSecret Headquarters - 5 Aug
Beast - 12 Aug
The Man From Toronto - 12 Aug
Oh Hell No - 19 Aug
Bros - 26 August
The Bride - 26 August

September:
Salem's Lot - 9 Sept
Distant - 9 Sept
Are You There God, It's Me Margaret - 16 Sept
Ticket to Paradise - 16 Sept
The Woman King - 16 Sept
Dark Harvest - 23 Sept
Don't Worry Darling - 23 Sept

October:
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse - 7 Oct
Halloween Ends - 14 Oct
White Bird: A Wonder Story - 14 Oct
Puss in Boots: The Last Wish - 21 Oct
Unwelcome - 28 Oct
A Devil's Light - 28 Oct

November:
The Flash - 4 Nov
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - 11 Nov
Bee Gees - 11 Nov
Lyle, Lyle Crocodile - 18 Nov
Thirteen Lives - 18 Nov
Strange World - 23 Nov

December:
Matilda - 2 Dec
Avatar 2 - 16 Dec
Aquaman 2 - 16 Dec
Mario - 21 Dec
I Wanna Dance With Somebody - 23 Dec

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