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Unmissable movies in September: Legend, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, Everest and more

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Summer might be rolling to a close but your epic season of autumn movies at Cineworld is just getting started. Out this September: Tom Hardy delivers a knockout dual performance as both Kray twins in Legend, acclaimed hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl delivers the latest word in indie cinema and Jake Gyllenhaal scales a mountain in the epic Everest. Scroll down for all the details on these movies and many more coming your way during this month.

Indie spirit

Looking for your indie movie fix? We've got it here. Following its rave reception at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl arrives in Cineworld on 4th September, revolving around the emotional relationship between two aspiring high school filmmakers and a girl dying of leukemia.

And also on 4th September: a hot young cast of rising stars lead the way in Dope, a critically praised, energetic story of three geeks who get involved in drug dealing whilst looking to overcome their upbringing in an impoverished Los Angeles neighbourhood.


Powerful drama

Astonishing Oscar winner Meryl Streep shreds guitar in the heartfelt Ricki and the Flash. Streep plays a rock and roll star looking to reconnect with her estranged family in this blend of ear-worming tunes and memorable performances. The film is released on 4th September.

On 9th September: one of Britain's finest actors, Tom Hardy, stuns playing both of the notorious Kray twins in Legend. This gritty biopic from L.A. Confidential writer Brian Helgeland explores the Krays' infamous reign of terror with the excellent cast also including Emily Browning, Taron Egerton and Christopher Eccleston.

And finally, released on 11th September: legendary movie maverick Woody Allen returns with his latest movie Irrational Man. Walk the Line's Joaquin Phoenix plays a college professor who reaches a crossroads in his life in this typically perceptive and witty drama co-starring Emma Stone.


Epic action

After a hit of adrenaline? Then be sure to hang on tight with September's onslaught of exciting movies. On 4th September: popular comic actor Owen Wilson turns action hero in the relentless No Escape, in which a family gets caught up in the middle of a violent military coup.

Also on 4th September: The Transporter Refuelled in which newcomer Ed Skrein steps into hardman Jason Statham's role for another blast of pedal-to-the-metal heroics.

And completing the 4th September action movie hat trick: Jesse Eisenberg plays a stoner slacker who is actually a deadly assassin in hard-hitting comic thrill-ride American Ultra, co-starring Kristen Stewart.

Get ready to run again on 11th September as Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials sprints onto Cineworld screens. The follow-up to the hit 2014 young adult adventure now introduces us to the world beyond the maze - and shows us what's in store for our brave Gladers...

Then prepare to hang on tight as Everest looms into view on 18th September. Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke and Josh Brolin lead this riveting, fact-based story of two separate yet equally doomed attempts to scale the deadly mountain. Screening in both 2D and IMAX 3D, Everest promises to sweep views into the unknown.


Creepy horror

Looking to be thoroughly creeped out this September? Then be sure to watch The Visit, a spine-tingling found-footage horror from The Sixth Sense director M. Night Shyamalan. When two children go to visit their seemingly loving grandparents, they got more than they bargained for...


Which of these unmissable movies are you planning to see? Drop us a tweet @Cineworld and let us know.