Cineworld Unlimited screenings: don't miss these previews of upcoming movies

Welcome back to the world of Cineworld Unlimited! After a long and arduous year, we're delighted to present you with the first three Cineworld Unlimited screenings of 2021. This is your chance to catch theatrical previews of exciting upcoming releases, so what better way to celebrate the return of the big screen experience?


1. Frankie (previews 23rd May)

Iconic French superstar Isabelle Huppert (Elle) leads the cast of this arresting drama from Ira Sachs (director of the critically acclaimed Love is Strange). Huppert plays the eponymous Frankie, a woman with only a few months left to live. She decides to spend her final days vacationing with her family in the beautiful landscape of Sintra, Portugal, setting in motion a tapestry of recrimination, guilt and redemption. The excellent supporting cast includes Brendan Gleeson (Harry Potter), Greg Kinnear (Little Miss Sunshine) and Marisa Tomei (Spider-Man).

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2. The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It (previews 25th May)

Are you ready for another blast of spooky mayhem within the Conjuring Universe? The hugely successful paranormal franchise expands with the third Conjuring movie, one that reunites us with ghost-hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga). Across the course of this jump-tastic series, the Warrens have grappled with spectres in Long Island and London, not to mention the malevolent Annabelle doll encased within their museum of macabre curiosities. The Devil Made Me Do It fuses horror with courtoom drama, bringing to life the Warrens' real-life involvement in a court case that saw demonic possession being used as a defence. Who will you believe?

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3. Dream Horse (previews 3rd June)

The brilliant Toni Colette (Hereditary; Knives Out) stars in this heartwarming drama. The movie is inspired by the true story of Dream Alliance, a horse bred by Welsh bartender Jan Vokes (played by Colette in the film). Against all the odds, and with the support of her local community, Jan plans to take this underdog, or underhorse, to compete in the Welsh Grand National. 

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