UK cinemas could reopen as early as mid-July in time for the launch of the latest Christopher Nolan film, the boss of Vue has said.
Bronze statues depicting famous moments and characters in cinema from the last century will be placed in Leicester Square in a celebration of London’s film history.
Vue has defended its decision to ban gang movie Blue Story after the cinema chain said “25 significant incidents” were reported at its venues within 24 hours of the film’s release.
A second cinema chain has withdrawn gang film Blue Story from its venues after a mass brawl at a screening in Birmingham.
A group that brought the big screen experience to a north-east town will screen its last film ahead of a new cinema opening.
Plans to build a five-screen cinema at a former north-east bingo hall have been given a £200,000 cash injection.
Having your seat kicked by the person sitting behind you is the biggest irritation for cinema-goers, according to research.
A never-before-seen interview with Billy Connolly will be shown for one night only at cinema screenings of the comedian’s final stand-up tour.
An Aberdeen cinema hopes the magic of movies can help pensioners overcome social isolation and make new friends.
A cathedral is pressing ahead with plans to show two “not for the faint-hearted” horror films and Monty Python’s Life of Brian on an inflatable big screen – despite opposition from some church wardens.
A community group is driving a bid for the creation of a cinema in a north-east town.
A north-east community cinema has multiple screenings of Hollywood films on the bill this weekend.
Plans have been approved to allow work to start on a new cinema and restaurant terrace.
Aberdeen's first 4DX cinema screen - and only the second in Scotland - was open to a select few lucky film fans last night.
The team behind a £2.5 million cinema project in Montrose have been overwhelmed by the public’s generosity.
Tickets for a festive drive-in cinema event in Fraserburgh are selling fast, according to organisers of the fundraiser.
Proposals to transform a city shopping centre are close to becoming a reality after a building warrant application was approved.
Brevity is the soul of writer-director Christopher Nolan's harrowing wartime drama.
It's good to be bad in director Leopoldo Aguilar's computer-animated coming-of-age story about a teenager who discovers he is a little monster in every sense.
The team behind a multi-million pound project to bring a cinema to a North-east community is hoping to net cash from a competition.
Plans for a North-east village that include a food hall, cinema, hotel and leisure and business facilities have been unanimously approved by Aberdeenshire councillors.
Plans to create 300 jobs as part of a restaurant and cinema development could become a reality after a building warrant application was lodged.
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Aberdeen's silver screen history is set to be remembered with a tour of the city's old cinemas.
It is not in the nature of business people to protest, as in placards, megaphones and shouts of: "What do we want?"
Plans to open a cinema in a North-east town have taken a major step forward.
Retail experts have warned a £150 million development could have a "significant" effect on trade in neighbouring North-east towns.
A football ground’s car park is set to be possessed by movie fans for a Halloween drive-in screening of a cult classic.
The silver screen shone in the open air as Aberdeen's first drive-in cinema launched, raising thousands for charity.
A DRIVE-IN cinema spectacular has sold out all 450 of its tickets in under 10 minutes.