Cineworld is hosting its fifth annual IMAX Festival on Saturday 22nd February, offering film fanatics a chance to see four of 2019’s biggest blockbusters for just £3.
Films included in the deal are: The Lion King, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Avengers: Endgame and Joker, with 24 Cineworld IMAX locations taking part across the UK and Ireland.
Tickets to see all four epic movies, including the Oscar winning performance from Joaquin Phoenix in Joker, are on sale now at www.cineworld.com/imax-film-fest.
Casey Cohen, Head of Marketing at Cineworld said “We’re thrilled to see the return of the IMAX Film Fest following its successful run over the last four years. It’s a second chance for film fans to see some of 2019’s biggest blockbusters the way they were meant to be seen, on our immense IMAX screens.
“As IMAX’s biggest partner in the UK, we’re proud to be bringing the IMAX experience to more customers than ever before.”
Kicking the IMAX Festival off is 2019’s The Lion King – the re-telling of Disney’s much-loved movie. The audience can immerse themselves in the on-screen action and soundtrack of the century featuring hits from Beyoncé and Burna Boy through IMAX’s heart-pounding audio.
The biggest Marvel superhero movie of all time – Avengers: Endgame – was filmed with specific IMAX camera making it ideal to view all the action in the IMAX cinema. Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth and Scarlett Johansson star as the Avengers and face the final showdown against Thanos.
In Spider-Man: Far From Home Tom Holland reprises his role as everyone’s friendly neighbourhood superhero. Comic book lovers will feel transported into Spider-Man’s action-packed adventure across Europe as he unites with Nick Fury in the IMAX screening.
The final showing for the festival is the multi-nominated and award-winning Joker. Feel up close and personal to Arthur Fleck’s slow decent into madness as Oscar-winner Joaquin Phoenix delivers his top dramatic performance.
Cineworld IMAX locations taking part:
- Ashton Under Lyne
- Birmingham Broad Street
- Birmingham NEC
- Glasgow Science Centre
- Hemel Hempstead
- Leeds – White Rose
- London – Leicester Square