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What you actually need to go and watch at the cinema

Popcorn and Tango Ice Blast please…

Written by Liv Grady

May 12, 2021

what to see at the cinema poster of Cruella

It’s official, cinemas in the UK are reopening on 17th May. Big cinema chains such as VUE and Odeon have confirmed their movie listings and we couldn’t be more excited. After a year of watching movies on the sofa, a change of scenery is more than welcome at this point. Without the benefit pre-movie trailers, it can be tricky to keep up with all the new releases, so we have done the research for you.

You have already decided on the snacks and secured your Tango Ice Blast, now the only decision to make is: What to watch.

New Cinema Releases 2021

Take a look at some of the top releases for the cinema re-openings. Many of the hot releases were put on hold last year, so finally it is our chance to go and see them.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It – 28th May

Make your return to the cinema a scary one, with the latest in The Conjuring series. Based on a true story, this movie follows the paranormal investigators as they try to solve a chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil.

Cruella – 28th May

Starring Emma Stone, this live action remake is a dark take on 101 Dalmatians. We expect it to be glamorous, dramatic and everything we could have dreamed of. Get ready for Cruella to be brilliant, bad and a little bit mad.

A Quiet Place Part II – 31 MAY

We have been waiting for this one. A Quiet Place Part II was due to be released last March, but we have had to wait over a year for the next part in the series. Starring Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy, it’s guaranteed to be a jumpy one.

Suicide squad – 6th August

The squad are back and more dysfunctional than ever. Part of the DC comics world, the Suicide Squad stars Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Pete Davidson, Idris Elba and loads more. If you haven’t seen the first one, think the Avengers, but dark as hell.