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Book now for your Unlimited quadruple-bill of screenings this December

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Christmas has come early for Cineworld Unlimited members, as we're hosting some very special advance screenings this December.

We're kicking off with Secret Unlimited Screening 10, which takes place on 4th December. What's the movie going to be? Of course, we can't tell you that – book your Secret Unlimited Screening tickets and find out for yourselves.

Following that, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse screens in advance for Unlimited members in 3D on 7th December, introducing comic book fans to new and exciting realms of the Spider-Man movie universe.

This is the first feature-length Spider-Man animated movie, introducing us to Miles Morales (voiced by The Get Down's Shameik Moore). He's one of several alternate Spider-Man characters inhabiting different corners of the Spidey 'multiverse', and soon they must all team up to take down some nefarious villains.

Vibrantly animated and stuffed full of fan-favourite characters (Pitch Perfect actor Hailee Steinfeld's Gwen Stacy and Mandy star Nicolas Cage's Spider-Man Noir are just two of them), the movie has already generated ecstatic reviews.

Click here to book your tickets for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, screening in advance for Unlimited members in 3D on Friday 7th December.

On 11th December, Timothee Chalamet and Steve Carell deliver knockout performances in Oscar-buzzed drama Beautiful Boy. Adapted from the father and son memoirs of Nic and David Sheff, this is a powerful story of how drug addiction impacts on one family, with Chalamet in particular proving last year's Call Me By Your Name was no fluke.



Click here to book your Unlimited tickets for Beautiful Boy.

And on 18th December, Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly give uncanny performances as comedy legends Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in Stan & Ollie. This poignant biographical drama explores the twilight years of the iconic Hollywood comedy double-act, tracing them from Tinseltown glory to the final years spent touring British seaside towns.



Click here to book your tickets for Stan & Ollie
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Planning to watch all three movies? Let us know @Cineworld and using #CineworldUnlimited. And if you're not yet part of the club, click here to sign up to Unlimited.