CINEWORLD Warrington will reopen tomorrow, Friday.

A key part of the Time Square redevelopment, the multiplex cinema was first opened to the public back in December last year.

But it was forced to shut its doors in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Now it is set to welcome film fans back through its doors for the first time in more than four months.

The Odeon Luxe in Westbrook reopened earlier this month after new government guidance allowed for the reopening of cinemas.

A Cineworld spokesman told the Warrington Guardian: “Our cinemas in England will be reopening on July 31.

“We’re excited to be opening our doors once again and welcoming people back to Cineworld, the best place to watch a movie.”

Here are the films that you can go and watch at Cineworld Warrington this weekend:


Sam Mendes directs at two young British soldiers are given a seemingly impossible mission at the height of the First World War.

Back to the Future

The Superscreen will be showing this 1980s classic in order to mark its 35th anniversary.

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Three screenings on the original are listed on Friday, while the second and third entries into the franchise will be shown on Saturday and Sunday respectively.


Vin Diesel stars in this big screen adaption on the best-selling comic book.

Dark Waters

Inspired by a shocking true story, Mark Ruffalo plays a tenacious attorney who sets about investigating a growing number of unexplained deaths linked to one of the world’s largest corporations.


The latest flick from the animation team behind Big Hero 6, Dreambuilders follows a young girl who can control dreams in a movie ‘full of heart and magic’.

Military Wives

Kristin Scott Thomas features as a group of women whose partners serve in Afghanistan form the first military wives’ choir.


The Women’s Liberation movement plots to disrupt the 1970 Miss World competition as more than 100million viewers watch live on TV.

My Spy

A hardened CIA operative is demoted and finds himself at the mercy of a nine-year-old girl.


Two teenage elf brothers embark on a quest to discover if there is still magic out there in Disney and Pixar’s Onward.


This film follows the only woman chosen to take part in the European Space Agency’s arduous astronaut training programme.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Everyone’s favourite blue hedgehog squares off with Dr Robotnik, played by Jim Carrey, in an adaption of Sega’s legendary gaming franchise.

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The Dark Knight

All three entries into Christopher Nolan’s stunning Dark Knight trilogy have been reissued for 2020, and they’re all being shown at Cineworld this weekend.


The Empire Strikes Back

Arguably the greatest movie in the Star Wars series, Empire is back on the big screen to mark its 40th birthday.

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No spoilers on who might be whose father from us though.

The Greatest Showman

This is the greatest show.

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The Shawshank Redemption

Morgan Freeman’s greatest moment, Shawshank has been reissued for 2020 and we defy you not to have a tear in your eye after watching this prison drama – adapted from a Stephen King novella.

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Russell Crowe stars in this psychological thriller, as a road rage incident turns into a dangerous game of cat and mouse.

For all screening times, check the Cineworld website.