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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!

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    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. 



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    Brad Pitt leads a tank crew on a deadly mission at the end of WWII in this gritty, action-packed war movie. April 1945. Hardened tank commander Don 'Wardaddy' Collier (Brad Pitt) has seen action all the way from Africa to Germany. He has always sworn to protect the crew of Fury, his Sherman tank - Boyd Swan (Shia LaBeouf), Trini Garcia (Michael Pena) and Grady Travis (Jon Bernthal). Their latest mission is a vital but positively suicidal one, striking at the heart of Nazi Germany behind enemy lines. As if being outgunned and heavily outnumbered wasn't bad enough, Wardaddy has also been assigned wet-behind-the-ears assistant driver Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman). Brad Pitt returns to the WWII setting of 'Inglourious Basterds' for this muddy, brutal and gripping combat movie, which was filmed in the UK. 'Training Day' writer and 'End of Watch' director David Ayer drew on his own armed services background to ensure authenticity.

    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'.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Cowabunga! The legendary reptile avengers return for this fast-paced new adventure. New York City is being terrorised by the evil Foot Clan. Ambitious TV reporter April O'Neil (Megan Fox) determines to land a scoop on their criminal activities. But resourceful April instead succeeds in tracking down a heroic quartet of giant reptilian crime-fighters: Raphael (Alan Ritchson), Michelangelo (Noel Fisher), Donatello (Jeremy Howard) and Leonardo (Pete Ploszek). Unfortunately, her dismissive boss Bernadette (Whoopi Goldberg) and lovelorn, wise-cracking cameraman Vern (Will Arnett) don't believe a word of it. Now April is in mortal danger from the Foot Clan and its sinister, scheming boss, Shredder - forcing the Turtles to come to her rescue! This action-packed superhero blockbuster is produced by Michael Bay of 'Transformers' fame. 'Wrath of the Titans' director Jonathan Liebesman is behind the camera.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Cowabunga! The legendary reptile avengers return for this fast-paced new adventure. New York City is being terrorised by the evil Foot Clan. Ambitious TV reporter April O'Neil (Megan Fox) determines to land a scoop on their criminal activities. But resourceful April instead succeeds in tracking down a heroic quartet of giant reptilian crime-fighters: Raphael (Alan Ritchson), Michelangelo (Noel Fisher), Donatello (Jeremy Howard) and Leonardo (Pete Ploszek). Unfortunately, her dismissive boss Bernadette (Whoopi Goldberg) and lovelorn, wise-cracking cameraman Vern (Will Arnett) don't believe a word of it. Now April is in mortal danger from the Foot Clan and its sinister, scheming boss, Shredder - forcing the Turtles to come to her rescue! This action-packed superhero blockbuster is produced by Michael Bay of 'Transformers' fame. 'Wrath of the Titans' director Jonathan Liebesman is behind the camera.

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    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.

    The Maze Runner

    A young man must solve the riddle of a giant, deadly maze in this heart-pounding post-apocalyptic thriller! Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) awakes in a fast-moving lift, with no memory of his past life. Emerging into blinding sunlight, he's greeted by Gally (Will Poulter), who welcomes him to a place called The Glade. Dozens of young men are trapped here. Each morning, the doors to a giant, mechanical maze are opened and these 'runners' race against time to find a way out. But no one has ever survived a night in the maze, which is teeming with dangerous monsters known as Grievers. Drawing on his dreams of an organisation called W.C.K.D., Thomas is determined to find out who built it and why. But the arrival of the first girl, Teresa (Kaya Scodelario), changes everything! This action-packed sci-fi mystery is adapted from the first novel in a best-selling young adult trilogy by James Dashner.

    The Babadook

    A supernatural monster emerges from a sinister children's book in this nerve-shredding horror! Six years ago, Amelia (Essie Davis) lost her husband, Oskar (Benjamin Winspear), who was involved in a car accident while rushing her to hospital to give birth. Now this exhausted single mother is raising disruptive and troubled young Samuel (Noah Wiseman) alone in their creepy house. Then a children's pop-up book entitled 'Mister Babadook' mysteriously appears in the boy's room. It's the disturbing story of a frightening creature that knocks three times and asks to come in. Sam is terrified by the book, but it's too late to stop what has now been unleashed! Australian actor-turned-director Jennifer Kent's debut feature is an expansion of her award winning short, 'Monster'. This is an accomplished, hugely satisfying psychological horror film that really creeps under your skin. It delivers shocks and palm-moistening terror in spades, while also touching on deeper themes of loss and grief.

    Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

    Things go from bad to worse for the hapless Coopers in this madcap family comedy starring Steve Carell! For 11-year-old Alexander Cooper (Ed Oxenbould), the day starts as it means to go on when he gets gum stuck in his hair. Calamity is then piled upon calamity, but the poor lad gets little sympathy from his family. Dad Ben (Steve Carell), mum Kelly (Jennifer Garner), older brother Anthony (Dylan Minnette) and sister Emily (Kerris Dorsey) seem to be having a great time. Until, that is, they all fall victim to their own terrible day. Ben's job interview proves a disaster, while Anthony's driving test ends in chaos. But the Coopers pull together and resolve not to let this catastrophic day get the better of them. Even if that means taking on an angry alligator and a very nasty escaped kangaroo! The misfortunes just keep on coming in Disney's hilarious adaptation of Judith Viorst's bestselling children's book.

    Bogowie (Polish)

    The extraordinary true story of brave, pioneering Polish heart transplant surgeon Professor Religa. Poland, the 1980s. The Solidarity movement is on the rise. But times are tough for ordinary people living under martial law, and the collapse of communism is still a long way off. Brilliant cardiac surgeon Zbigniew Religa (Tomasz Kot) also labours under intolerable restrictions. Although heart transplant surgery has been performed in the west since 1967, it is seen as an act against nature in Poland. Undeterred, Religa sets out to break this moral, religious and cultural taboo. He assembles a young team to take on his mentors in a battle that is to have both soaring triumphs and tragic setbacks. This powerful, award-winning biographical drama about the man regarded as the father of Polish heart transplant surgery also focuses on the personal cost of Religa's ambition. Tomasz Kot contributes a towering central performance, ably supported by a talented ensemble cast.


    A demonic doll unleashes terror in this spine-chilling spin-off from hit horror film 'The Conjuring'! When John (Ward Horton) buys his pregnant wife Mia (Annabelle Wallis) a special present, it's just what she wanted. Annabelle is the doll Mia has been seeking to complete her collection. But what neither of them suspect is that Annabelle's arrival in their household will result in horrific events, beginning with an apparent murder next door! We first met Annabelle in 'Saw' and 'Insidious' director James Wan's surprise hit 'The Conjuring', which was based on the cases of real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The possessed doll formed part of their creepy archive of sinister objects. Wan remains on board as executive producer of this spooky prequel, which explores Annabelle's diabolical origins! The cast includes Annabelle Wallis from the BBC's cult 'Peaky Blinders' and Ward Horton, who was recently seen in 'The Wolf of Wall Street'.

    The Boxtrolls

    An orphan boy leads his quirky family of subterranean critters into battle with an evil villain in this fun-packed family animation. Eleven-year-old Eggs (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) has been raised in the underground lair of the Boxtrolls. These lovable creatures only come out at night to scour the streets of Cheesebridge for trash, which they turn into amazing inventions! Eggs has been with them so long that he now thinks he is a Boxtroll. Their nemesis is the evil Archibald Snatcher (Ben Kingsley) - a pest exterminator with ideas above his station, who leads a sinister gang of Red Hats. Matters come to a head when Winnie (Elle Fanning), the neglected daughter of Cheesebridge's wealthy mayor, teams up with Eggs to save the Boxtrolls. Adapted from Alan Snow's novel 'Here Be Monsters!', this is a fabulous exquisitely animated new adventure from the creators of 'Coraline' and 'ParaNorman'.

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    The Judge

    A bigshot lawyer (Robert Downey Jr.) defends his father (Robert Duvall) on a murder charge in this compelling drama. Slick big city lawyer Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.) is shocked to learn that his mother has just died. Now he faces a journey into his past as he returns to Carlinville, Indiana, for the funeral. That means encountering his estranged, bull-headed father - formidable former town judge Joseph (Robert Duvall). To say that the two men don't get along would be an understatement. But then Joseph finds himself in the dock of the court over which he presided for 42 years, charged with first-degree murder. Hank sets out to uncover the truth, building bridges with his family along the way. Director David Dobkin, best known for hit comedies such as 'Wedding Crashers', changes tack with this emotional tale of family and justice. The great cast includes Billy Bob Thornton as prosecuting lawyer Dwight Dickham and Vera Farmiga as Hank's ex-girlfriend, Samantha.

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    Dolphin Tale 2

    Winter the miracle dolphin faces a new challenge in this heart-warming family adventure. When young Sawyer Nelson (Nathan Gamble) rescued an injured dolphin named Winter, her prognosis seemed bleak. But Dr. Cameron McCarthy (Morgan Freeman) designed a ground-breaking prosthetic tail that saved her life. Several years on, Winter finds herself in peril once again. Panama, her elderly surrogate mother at the Clearwater Marine Hospital run by Dr. Clay Haskett (Harry Connick Jr), passes away. US Department of Agriculture regulations stipulate that, as social animals, dolphins cannot be kept alone. Now Nathan, his mum Lorraine (Ashley Judd), and the Clearwater team have just 30 days to find Winter a companion or face losing her altogether. Her best chance comes in the adorable form of a rescued baby dolphin named, appropriately enough, Hope! The entire main cast of the first film reunite for this continuation of the story that captured the hearts of the world.

    • 01 November 2014

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    What We Did On Our Holiday

    Rosamund Pike, David Tennant and Billy Connolly star in a heart-warming comedy about an eventful family holiday. Doug (David Tennant) and Abi (Rosamund Pike) are going through a painful divorce. Doug's father Gordie's (Billy Connolly) birthday party couldn't have come at a more inconvenient time. Heading off for the Scottish Highlands, the bickering couple issue their three young children with strict instructions to keep the divorce a secret. This is more easily said than done. To keep track of the lies she's expected to tell the extended family, sensible nine-year-old Lottie records them in a notebook. Four-year-old Jess copes with the stress by forming a bizarre attachment to a brick called Norman. But it's middle child Mickey's enthusiasm for Vikings, shared with his grandfather, that proves to have the most dramatic and unexpected consequences! This refreshing feelgood family comedy is written and directed by TV veterans Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin, creators of 'Outnumbered'.

    Mr Turner

    Timothy Spall gives an award-winning performance in Mike Leigh's luminous drama about the great British painter. In the mid 1820s, J.M.W. Turner (Timothy Spall) shares a studio with his elderly father William (Paul Jesson) and housekeeper and occasional lover Hannah Danby (Dorothy Atkinson). The brilliant, if eccentric landscape artist avoids his aggrieved former mistress, Sarah Danby (Ruth Sheen) - Hannah's aunt. He also barely acknowledges the existence of their two daughters. Travelling to Margate incognito in search of artistic inspiration, he meets and forms a great passion for widowed landlady Sophia Booth (Marion Bailey). Mike Leigh's first period drama since 'Topsy-Turvy' captures perfectly Turner's complex personality and the politics of the artistic milieu in which he worked. Leigh's frequent collaborator Timothy Spall won the Best Actor Award at Cannes for his mesmerising central performance. Also rewarded was veteran Dick Pope, who won a Special Jury Prize for his breathtaking cinematography.


    Teens unleash a sinister supernatural force through their ouija board in this nail-biting horror movie out on Halloween! When their friend Debbie dies in horrible circumstances, five teenagers decide to make contact with her spirit using the ouija board found in her home. Also known as a spirit board, this centuries-old device purportedly allows the dead to pass messages to the living from the Other Side. The quintet approach their task with a mixture of apprehension and light-heartedness. But their mood changes when the board spells out a greeting. A video left by the dead girl reveals that weird things started to happen to her as soon as the board appeared in her house. And now it seems her classmates have awakened a malevolent presence bent on picking them off one-by-one! Stiles White and Juliet Snowden, co-writers of 'The Possession', reunite for this spine-chilling cautionary tale. The cast is led by 'Bates Motel' star Olivia Cooke.


    Jake Gyllenhaal stars in a nerve-shredding thriller set in the sleazy, cut-throat world of LA crime journalism. Unemployed and broke, Lou Bloom (Jake Gyllenhaal) is thwarted at every turn as he searches for work. Then he happens upon a car crash, where an intrusive, hard-nosed cameraman is delighted to be first on the scene. This is Lou's introduction to the seedy lifestyle of 'nightcrawlers' - roving freelance camera crews whose motto is, "If it bleeds, it leads." He's soon out on the streets, desperate to beat his rivals to crime scenes, pile-ups and major fires. His recklessness and dedication impress tough-minded TV executive Nina (Rene Russo). But the temptation to go one step further in pursuit of a scoop lands him in deep water. Jake Gyllenhaal lost 20 pounds in weight to become the gaunt nightcrawler for this gripping voyage into LA's seamy underbelly. It's the directorial debut of 'Bourne Legacy' co-writer Dan Gilroy.

    The Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman

    Shia LeBeouf talks to dead people as he tussles with Romanian gangsters in this supernatural romantic action-comedy. Charlie Countryman (Shia LeBeouf) is an aimless young American whose mother (Melissa Leo) dies suddenly. She then reappears in a vision and tells him to fly to Bucharest. On board the plane, Charlie falls into conversation with a stranger who passes away mid-flight. He too appears in a vision and asks Charlie to deliver a gift to his daughter, Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood). Charlie obliges and quickly falls in love with the beautiful young woman. Unfortunately, she's married to a terrifying psychopath named Nigel (Mads Mikkelsen). Charlie soon finds himself sucked in to a nightmarish journey though the Romanian underworld. Former commercials director Fredrik Bond's feature debut is a memorably dreamy, off-kilter blend of action, comedy and romance that defies easy categorisation. Watch out for former Harry Potter star Rupert Grint as a Viagra-popping aspiring porn actor!

    MET Opera - Carmen

    Richard Eyre's brilliant, box office record-breaking production of Bizet's fiery opera returns to the Met. Naive young solider Don Jose (Aleksandrs Antonenko) is so entranced by gypsy temptress Carmen (Anita Rachvelishvili) that he deserts the army. But Carmen subsequently falls for glamorous, dashing toreador Escamillo (Ildar Abdrazakov). With its gorgeous melodies and red-hot Spanish rhythms, Bizet's timeless tale of lust and tragedy remains one of the world's most popular operas. Richard Eyre's hugely acclaimed production cleverly updates the setting to the time of the Spanish Civil War. In her signature role, Georgian mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili sings the ill-fated, smouldering and seductive Carmen. Aleksandrs Antonenko sings her desperate lover Don Jose. Ildar Abdrazakov is cast as the toreador Escamillo, while rising soprano Anita Hartig sings Micaela. Spanish conductor Pable Heras-Casado is on the podium. When this production was first broadcast in 2011, it became the best-selling transmission in the history of the Met's 'Live in HD' series.

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    Autism Friendly Screening: The Book Of Life

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    Due to be released 02/11/2014
    NT Live Encore: Frankenstein (starring Jonny Lee Miller)

    Danny Boyle's acclaimed production of Mary Shelley's gothic...

    Due to be released 04/11/2014
    Exhibition Encore - Matisse (Tate Modern)

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    Due to be released 06/11/2014
    Take 2 - Hercules

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    The Vatican Museums

    The greatest production ever dedicated to the Vatican...

    Due to be released 18/11/2014
    The Hunger Games Triple Bill - start time 7PM

    Buy a ticket for this special Midnight Screening offer of...

    Due to be released 19/11/2014
    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

    Katniss Everdeen leads a rebellion against the Capitol as...

    Due to be released 20/11/2014
    MET Opera - Il Barbiere Di Siviglia

    Bartlett Sher's racy, funny and hugely successful production...

    Due to be released 22/11/2014
    HOCKNEY: Live From LA

    Exclusive preview of a definitive documentary portrait of...

    Due to be released 25/11/2014
    ROH - L'elisir D'amore

    Laurent Pelly's hilarious staging of Donizetti's most...

    Due to be released 26/11/2014
    Exhibition On Screen: Rembrandt - National Gallery

    An exclusive, informative tour of the new blockbuster...

    Due to be released 02/12/2014
    The Old Vic's The Crucible

    Richard Armitage stars in Yael Farber's powerful production...

    Due to be released 04/12/2014
    NT Live: JOHN

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

    Due to be released 09/12/2014




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