The Biggest Films In Cinemas Over Christmas And New Year
In cinemas this Christmas: from Bridge of Spies to Sunset Song, here's our round-up of the latest films and best new cinema releases to enjoy as the weather gets colder
Here's our round-up of the most exciting upcoming cinema releases to keep you entertained over Christmas, New Year, and beyond.
Where would any list of Christmas cinema releases be without this, the most anticipated film of 2015? Pre-sale tickets have been going like hotcakes for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But you can still book tickets for before Christmas from Barbican Cinema. What will happen next?
Starring Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Joel Edgerton, Black Mass is a new weighty gangster film by award-winning director Scott Cooper and follows the story of Whitey Bulger, one of Boston's most notoriously violent mobsters. Not one to miss for fans of action-packed crime-drama.
Bridge of Spies
A new Cold War thriller with Tom Hanks from legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg, Bridge of Spies is a hard-hitting spy drama with an incredibly illustrious list of collaborators. We've got our bets on this one for the upcoming awards season.
Carol, starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, is an intoxicating and hypnotising new feature from director Todd Haynes. Voluptuous and cinematically accomplished, this period romance is a delight. Click below to read our review from the London Film Festival 2015.
The Danish Girl
Based on true events, Tom Hopper's new feature The Danish Girl is one of the most highly anticipated films of the year. Eddie Redmayne's performance of a transgender woman is already surrounded by Oscar buzz.
In Cinemas 1 January
Based on the classic novel by Lewis Gibbon, Terence Davies's Sunset Song stars supermodel Agyness Deyn and is an emotionally powerful and beautifully shot new period film.
In The Heart Of The Sea
This upcoming blockbuster from star director Ron Howard is based on the same event that inspired the famous novel Moby Dick. Starring the likes of Chris Hemsworth and Cillian Murphy, In The Heart of the Sea will appeal to lovers of big-budget Hollywood survival dramas.
In Cinemas 25 December
Written and directed by David O. Russell, this comedy-drama starring Hollywood darlings Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper is coming to UK cinemas this January. It's already amassing five star reviews.
In Cinemas 1 January