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Sunday blues busters! The biggest new releases coming this week


Not looking forward to going back to work? These upcoming releases will help you get through the week!

Mother's Day

What's the story? An all-star cast assembles for this heartwarming comedy about the importance of mothers.

As Mother’s Day draws to a close, a host of disparate characters reflect on their relationships with their mums. Among the ensemble: divorced mother-of-two Sandy (Jennifer Aniston) and successful writer Miranda (Julia Roberts) who gave up her only child Kristin for adoption.

Meanwhile, Kristin herself (Britt Robertson) looks to track her mother down on the advice of her close friend Jesse (Kate Hudson) who must deal with her own parents’ collapsing marriage. The lives of these various characters soon intermingle in surprising ways.

Following his hit ensemble comedies Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve, director Gary Marshall (the man also behind Julia Roberts classic Pretty Woman) now brings us another sweetly sentimental story of love, only this time with a decidedly maternal twist. The starry line-up also includes Jason Sudeikis and Britain’s very own Jack Whitehall.

Click here to book your tickets for Mother's Day.

The Boss

What's the story? Bridesmaids star Melissa McCarthy lets rip again in this riotous comedy.

Industry giant Michelle Darnell (Melissa McCarthy) is the wealthiest woman in America and likes to think of herself as invincible – until the day she is sent to prison for six months for insider trading. Upon her release, Michelle has nowhere to go and is forced to move in with her hapless former PA Claire (Kristen Bell).

But this cunning entrepreneur has a plan to establish an even bigger empire than ever – and it involves an entire army of Girl Scouts making lots of brownies! Scene-stealing star of Bridesmaids, The Heat and Spy Melissa McCarthy, soon to be seen in the Ghostbusters reboot, reunites with her husband (and Tammy director) Ben Falcone to present us with another outrageous comedy creation. Providing admirably straight-faced support is Frozen voiceover actress Kristen Bell as the long-suffering Claire. Also in the cast is Game of Thrones sensation Peter Dinklage.

Click here to book your tickets for The Boss.

Which of these movies are you most looking forward to watching this week? Drop us a message @Cineworld and let us know.

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