According to the BBC, Cineworld chief executive Mooky Greidinger said: “This agreement shows the studio’s commitment to the theatrical business and we see this agreement as an important milestone in our 100-year relationship with Warner Bros.”
As it stands, Godzilla vs Kong is set for release on streaming in the UK from April 1, but hopefully, the blockbuster will get the big-screen treatment it deserves in May too.
While in the US, the MonsterVerse movie is set for release on March 31 and will be followed in cinemas by video game adaptation Mortal Kombat on April 16.
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That’s 10 days after Disney had planned to release the year-long delayed Marvel prequel Black Widow, which has now been delayed to July 9.
The superhero blockbuster will release simultaneously in cinemas and on Disney+ premier access, while Emma Stone’s 101 Dalmatians spin-off Cruella will do likewise on May 28.
So it might not be until the end of May that UK cinemas have a big blockbuster to screen, unless they show the likes of Godzilla vs Kong and Mortal Kombat.
No Time To Die kicks off where 2015’s Spectre ended, which saw Bond retired from MI6.
After capturing Blofeld, 007 drove off into the sunset with his girlfriend Madeleine Swann.
But as we’ve seen from the first trailers for the new Bond movie, the couple are in a car chase in the same Aston Martin DB5 from that final scene.
Whatever the case, Bond ends up alone in retirement in Jamaica until the CIA’s Felix Leiter visits him in need of his help.
Trailer footage has seen 007 head back to MI6 in the UK after five years away when he comes across Swann again.
Blofeld also returns in a prison cell scene and he seems to know a lot about Safin. Just what is going on? Well, hopefully, it really will be September when we finally get to see this movie.
READ THE FULL BBC REPORT HERE