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    Upper Level

    The ten screen multiplex cinema seats 2,400 people and will feature four state of the art 3D screens. Located in Aberdeen City centre in the new Union Square shopping centre, the cinema will offer locals the opportunity to watch the biggest film hits on high quality digital screens. 

    Movies 4 Juniors 
    Every Sunday morning at 10am at Cineworld Aberdeen, Union Square we have a selection of recent movies for only £1! Adults accompanying children also benefit from this great price – an unbelievably cheap way to entertain the whole family! 

    Did you know you can save money on your tickets using your mycineworld account.  Mycineworld gives you access to some fantastic deals and offers as well as an easier online process to book your tickets

    Enjoy all Cineworld has to offer with the Cineworld Unlimited Card 
    Apply online today and start enjoying the benefit of Unlimited Cinema. Once your membership is confirmed you will be able to print out a temporary pass to start using immediately. Your permanent card will be sent out to you within 2 weeks! 

    illy Coffee
    illy coffee has arrived at Cineworld – the cinema will be open daily from 8.30am - 11pm for illy coffee (sit in or take away).  There’s a great choice of your usual favourites including Latte, Cappuccino, Espresso plus you can choose from decaf and skinny options too!

    illy coffee

    You can now enjoy a wine with your movie – alcohol purchased from the Cineworld bar is now allowed into any performance after 6pm and 15 & 18 Cert films only before 6pm. 



    Now Showing

    The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1

    Katniss Everdeen leads a rebellion against the Capitol as the Hunger Games story builds to its stunning climax. The games are over. Now the revolution is about to begin. But will Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) be strong enough to become its 'mockingjay' - or poster child? District 13 President Alma Coin (Julianne Moore) isn't so sure. But wily Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip Seymour Hoffman) disagrees. He recognises that the young heroine who escaped the third Quarter Quell has become a symbol of hope for the beleaguered people of Panem. She is the only person who can unite the rebels in overthrowing tyrannical President Snow (Donald Sutherland). The captured Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) and Katniss's best friend Gale Hawthorne (Liam Hemsworth) also have big roles to play as the stakes become higher than ever. Returning 'Catching Fire' director Francis Lawrence continues the incredible Hunger Games story, adapted from the final book in Suzanne Collins' bestselling trilogy.


    Explorers journey though a wormhole in space to save humanity in this mind-bending sci-fi from the director of 'Inception'. Single father Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) is a highly trained pilot. But his skills are redundant in a future world that seems to be turning into a hostile dust bowl. Then a scientist (Michael Caine) persuades him that it is time for mankind to look to the stars for salvation. His idea is to make use of a recently discovered wormhole in space to find habitable planets. But to take part in this risky, pioneering mission, Cooper will have to leave his two young children behind. Visionary 'Inception' and 'Dark Knight' trilogy director Christopher Nolan has been typically tight-lipped about this extraordinary project. But he promises to add jaw-droppingly innovative visual techniques to his rich storytelling palette. The film also reunites him with Catwoman actress Anne Hathaway. Watch out too for the cameo by Matt Damon.

    The Imitation Game

    Benedict Cumberbatch stars in the suspenseful true story of wartime code-breaker Alan Turing. During WWII, the German Enigma machine successfully encrypts Nazi messages. Brilliant mathematician Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) is recruited by MI6 boss Stewart Menzies (Mark Strong) to join Britain's top-secret Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park. Together with a motley crew that includes his friend and fellow cryptanalyst Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley), he races against time to crack the code. It's a vital task, with thousands of Allied lives at stake. 'Headhunters' director Morten Tyldum ratchets up the tension as the code-breakers set to work. He also traces other key events in Turing's life, from his unhappy boarding school years to his later persecution by the British establishment. This is a fascinating insight into the work and complex life of the man credited with significantly shortening the war. The excellent supporting cast includes Charles Dance and Matthew Goode.

    Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey?

    The kids of St. Bernadette's embark on their craziest adventure yet in this fabulous festive family comedy! Christmas is coming, and the boisterous pupils of St. Bernadette's are suitably excited. They now have a stern new headmistress (Celia Imrie). Mr. Shepherd (Martin Clunes) has also joined the school but unfortunately he's just lost his memory in a bizarre mishap. This has made him forget the promise he made his daughter - he had vowed to give her a new mum by marrying his fiancee, Sophie (Catherine Tate), in New York on Christmas Eve. Just as importantly, he can't remember the whereabouts of beloved Archie the donkey! Now it's up to the rambunctious kids and zany Mr. Poppy (Marc Wootton) to save the day. And to do that, they'll need to enter a flashmob contest! Jason Watkins returns as the ultra-competitive Gordon Shakespeare in writer/director Debbie Issit's third riotous feast of colourful Christmas family fun.

    The Drop

    Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace star in a gritty, hard-boiled crime drama set in the Brooklyn underworld. Lonesome Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) works as a bartender in an impoverished part of Brooklyn. He's employed by his cousin Marv (James Gandolfini) - a former crime boss who now finds himself under the thumb of a more ruthless underworld gang. The bar operates as a drop point for cash, which is laundered for Marv's Chechen paymasters. When Bob rescues an injured dog, he meets Nadia (Noomi Rapace) and also encounters the animal's owner, Eric (Matthias Schoenaerts). Matters are complicated when the bar is robbed at gunpoint and a cop (John Ortiz) comes sniffing around. This dark, slow-burning, character-driven thriller is adapted from a short story by 'Mystic River', 'Gone Baby Gone' and 'Shutter Island' writer Dennis Lehane. It's the English language debut of Belgian director Michael R. Roskam, whose first feature, 'Bullhead', was nominated for an Oscar.

    • 21 November 2014

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    The Homesman

    Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank transport three disturbed women across country in this epic, lyrical western. Lonely, self-sufficient spinster Mary Bee Cuddy (Hilary Swank) saves drunken army deserter George Briggs (Tommy Lee Jones) from certain death at the end of a noose. In return, this devoutly religious pioneer extracts a promise that he will do whatever she asks of him. What Mary has in mind is a dangerous six week journey across the open range. Her mission is take a trio of women driven insane by frontier life from Nebraska to Iowa. As the odd couple embark on their eventful journey, an unlikely bond of friendship develops. But there are also some shocking twists in store. Tommy Lee Jones's gritty, superbly crafted western takes a rare look at the plight of women in the Old West. The excellent supporting cast includes Meryl Streep and her daughter Grace Gummer.

    Gone Girl

    Ben Affleck is suspected of murdering his wife in this dark, complex thriller from 'Se7en' director David Fincher. When Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) disappears on her fifth wedding anniversary, her adoring husband Nick (Ben Affleck) is naturally distraught. Adopting a high public profile, he launches a massive search for his 'Amazing Amy'. But under intense media and police scrutiny, cracks begin to appear in Nick's portrayal of his perfect marriage. As his lies unravel, he finds himself cast as the prime suspect! Adapted from her own bestseller by Gillian Flynn, this is a gripping, twisty-turny psychological thriller for an age in which such cases are played out in the unforgiving glare of the media spotlight. Neil Patrick Harris leads the supporting cast as Amy's creepy ex-boyfriend. Making his eagerly anticipated return to movies from TV's acclaimed 'House of Cards' is David Fincher, Oscar-nominated director of 'The Social Network', 'Fight Club' and 'Se7en'.

    The Book Of Life

    A young man embarks on an amazing adventure through three worlds in this beautifully animated spooky comedy. In the Mexican town of San Angel, best friends Manolo (Diego Luna) and Joaquin (Channing Tatum) vie for the heart of the lovely Maria (Zoe Saldana). On the Day of the Dead, mischievous spirits Xibalba (Ron Perlman) and La Muerte (Kate del Castillo) enter the Land of the Living to place a wager on the outcome. But when it looks as though Xibalba is about to lose, he sends a snake to intervene. Manolo suddenly finds himself whisked to the Land of the Remembered and so begins an extraordinary adventure spanning three fantastical worlds, as Manolo faces up to his darkest fears. Produced by Oscar-nominated 'Pan's Labyrinth' director Guillermo del Toro, this is a fabulous family romantic comedy from Mexican animator Jorge Gutierrez. Its stunning visuals draw on influences ranging from spaghetti westerns to Mexico's colourful Day of the Dead.

    • 21 November 2014

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    What We Do In The Shadows

    A fangtastic mockumentary about a bizarre vampire household from the creators of 'Flight of the Conchords'! Meet Viago (Taika Waititi), Deacon (Jonathan Brugh) and Vladislav (Jemaine Clement). These guys aren't ordinary New Zealand flatmates. They're immortal vampires from different historical periods. Viago, 379, was an 18th century dandy. Dashing 862 year old Vlad has a taste for kinky torture. And bad boy Deacon is just a lad at 183. All they want to is to get by without attracting too much attention with their bloodsucking activities in the confusing world of the 21st century. But matters become complicated when their basement-dwelling chum, 8,000 year old Petyr (Ben Fransham), turns annoying human hipster Nick (Cori Gonzalez-Macuer) into a vampire! Fortunately, a documentary film crew is on hand to record the mayhem that follows. 'Flight of the Conchords' co-founder Jemaine Clement reunites with 'Eagle Vs Shark' actor and director Taika Waititi for this hilarious spoof documentary.


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    The Old Vic's The Crucible

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    Those crazy penguins must save the world from an evil...

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    NT Live: JOHN

    DV8 Physical Theatre's bold new production depicting the...

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    The Hobbit Trilogy 3D Triple Bill

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    Peter Jackson's brilliant Hobbit trilogy reaches its...

    Due to be released 12/12/2014
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    MET Opera - Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg

    Met Music Director James Levine conducts Wagner's brilliant...

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    Christopher Wheeldon's wonderful family ballet based on the...

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    Tchaikovsky's magical Christmas ballet, stunningly...

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