Welcome to your latest film-packed instalment of the Unmissable movies hitting Cineworld screens.
This week, we have Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron battling for survival in relentless futuristic adventure Mad Max: Fury Road, the return of everyone's favourite a cappella group the Barden Bellas in Pitch Perfect 2 and much more.
Scroll down to find out what's on. We'll see you at the movies!
Mad Max: Fury Road
In a stark and parched post-apocalyptic landscape, taciturn anti-hero Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy) meets his shaven-headed female counterpart Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron) who needs to cross the desert to get home.
Writer/director George Miller revives the Mad Max series after 30 years with this hyper-kinetic chase movie. Boasting amazing visuals and an intense performance from Tom Hardy, Mad Max: Fury Road promises to be a worthy sequel to one of the all-time great action franchises.
Pitch Perfect 2
A cappella girl group the Barden Bellas are back to compete in an international a cappella competition that no American group has ever won before!
All your favourite faces return for this eagerly awaited sequel, including Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, Hana Mae Lee and Alexis Knapp. There are also cameo performances from real-life a capella groups Penn Masala and Pentatonix and the Filharmonic.
A Royal Night Out
Following the end of World War II, while Britain was celebrating V.E. Day on 8th May 1945, two members of the Royal Family were permitted to leave Buckingham Palace and enjoy a night on the town - properly chaperoned of course! They were Princesses Elizabeth (who eventually became our current Queen) and Margaret.
This charming wartime comedy-drama from director Julian Jarrold imagines what the two Royals might possibly have got up to during their night spent mingling with 'ordinary' folk.
Bombay Velvet (Hindi)
This tough drama is set in 1960s Bombay, and explores the lives of boxer Johnny Balraj (Ranbir Kapoor) and aspiring jazz singer Rosie (Anuksha Sharma).
Bollywood megastars Kapoor and Sharma make for dynamic leads and there's support from the likes of Kay Kay Menon, Manish Choudhary and Raveena Tandon.
This much anticipated Tamil movie is described by writer/director/producer S.P. Jananathan as a political action thriller, one starring Arya as a social and financial analyst and Vijay Sethupathi as a railway Khalasi.
The film was shot extensively around Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chennai, where a huge prison set was erected specially for the movie.
We Are Many (with live Q&A)
On 15th February 2003, over 15 million people marched through the streets of 800 cities around the world to try to avert the war against Iraq. Some estimated the numbers were as high as 30 million people.
This is the inspiring story of how a handful of activists created a global movement on a completely unprecedented scale.
The 8pm screening on 21st May will be followed by a live satellite Q&A and panel discussion, looking at the global movement's impact and legacy 12 years on.
English National Opera: The Pirates of Penzance
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mike Leigh makes his operatic directorial debut with Gilbert and Sullivan's much-loved comic masterpiece.
The Pirates of Penzance is one of Gilbert and Sullivan's most popular comic operas. Among its wonderful musical numbers are 'A Policeman's Lot is Not a Happy One' and 'I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major General'.