Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
The long-awaited Man of Steel sequel finally hits screens some two and a half years after the epic on-screen battle was first announced at Comic-Con back in 2013. As expected from the title, Dawn of Justice depicts a showdown between Gotham City’s vigilante, Batman (Ben Affleck: Gone Girl, The Town), and Clark Kent’s alter ego, Superman (Henry Cavill: Immortals, The Cold Light of Day).
Concerned by Superman’s actions going unmonitored, Batman travels to Metropolis, motivated by bitterness and vengeance, and with confrontation at the forefront of his mind. However, a greater threat caused by Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg: Now You See Me, The Social Network) puts many human lives in danger, forcing the two superheroes to temporarily set aside their differences.
Filled with action and suspense, Dawn of Justice isn’t set to disappoint those who have been patiently waiting for the past two years. You can catch it in cinemas from March 25.
Depicting the Biblical story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Risen is told through the eyes of a non-believer.
Powerful Roman centurion, Clavius (Joseph Fiennes: Shakespeare in Love, American Horror Story) and his sidekick Lucius (Tom Felton: Harry Potter, In Secret) are ordered to find out what happened to Jesus in the weeks following his crucifixion.
As Clavius rushes to disprove the rumours of a risen Messiah the mystery continues to unfold, and Clavius’ doubts of a supernatural occurrence slowly dissolve. Continuing on his quest to find Jesus’ body, Clavius finds his previous beliefs wavering because of everything he witnesses along the way.
An epic tale told from an original perspective, Risen his screens on March 18.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
Way back in 2002, My Big Fat Greek Wedding swept across cinema screens and reduced the nation to tears of laughter. You might remember Toula (Nia Vardalos: My Life in Ruins, Helicopter Mom), and her struggle to cope with her suffocating Greek family as she falls in love and prepares to marry a man who isn’t Greek.
The sequel brings news that Toula’s parents, Gus (Michael Constantine: The Juror, Thinner) and Maria (Lainie Kazan: You Don’t Mess with the Zohan, Pixels), are not – and never have been – legally married. Cue another big, fat, Greek wedding.
With marital problems of her own and a teenage daughter to watch over, can Toula handle another extravagant wedding ceremony? Find out. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 hits screens March 25.
London Has Fallen
The long-awaited Olympus Has Fallen sequel, London Has Fallen, finally hits screens on March 3 after two pushbacks on the release date.
After the British Prime Minister passes away suddenly, leaders of the western world gather to attend his funeral. The high security event takes an unexpected turn, as a plot to kill some of the world’s most powerful leaders is discovered.
Starring Gerard Butler (300, RocknRolla) as Secret Service agent Mike Banning and Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight, Battle Los Angeles) as the US President, only they have the ability to save the city.
With impressive CGI and special effects, watch as the London you know and love falls to pieces in front of your eyes.