It's official: Cineworld cinemas are re-opening their doors on Friday 31st July. And no doubt you've built up a huge appetite to watch must-see movies on the big screen.
That's why we're here with our handy little blog guide to upcoming movies screening in 4DX. More than that, these are movies that have never been screened in the format before. Scroll down for more information.
What is 4DX?
Experience extreme sensory cinema with 4DX, a Cineworld exclusive in the UK and Ireland. With stimulating effects like water, wind, scent and strobe lighting, that thrill you in your moving seat. Fun on your own, better with friends – 4DX is Cineworld’s most exhilarating way to watch a film.
What movies are showing in Cineworld in 4DX?
Russell Crowe goes off the deep end in this intense thriller, playing a troubled loner who stalks and harasses a young mother after a traffic light altercation. This is your chance to watch (and, in 4DX, feel) the Gladiator star turn evil.
Steven Spielberg's 1993 blockbuster broke down boundaries with its depiction of CGI effects. And it's tailor-made for the 4DX experience, as the seat-shaking, foot-stomping majesty of our prehistoric predecessors gains added impact.
Harry Potter: The Philosopher's Stone, The Chamber of Secrets and The Prisoner of Azkaban
Experience the magic and tactility of Hogwarts with the first three Harry Potter movies in 4DX. Re-immerse yourselves in the early adventures of Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermione (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint), which established the darker outings to come.
Inception (released 12th August)
Christopher Nolan's mind-melting espionage thriller is now 10 years old. And we're hosting a special anniversary re-release in anticipation of Nolan's mysterious new movie Tenet (due for release on 26th August in the UK). Leonardo DiCaprio leads an excellent cast in this story of subconscious sabotage, with Nolan pulling out every trick in the book to depict the mind as a revolving kaleidoscope of possibilities. Fittingly enough, Inception will be showing in IMAX in Cineworld, so if you missed out on the experience back in 2010, now's your chance to engage with the majesty of Nolan's blockbuster.
How much are tickets?
4DX: Never Been Seen tickets start from £9.70.