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Release date: 22 November
Set three years later, this sequel gives us the answers we’ve waited for – but not the ones we’re expecting. It all starts when a mysterious voice calls Elsa from the north, setting in motion a voyage of self-discovery that ropes in plucky Anna, Olaf the cheerful snowman, Kristoff the iceman and his hygienically-challenged reindeer, Sven.
What to know: Even faster, funnier and frostier than its legendary predecessor, Frozen II races along with a family-themed story that’s both moving and thrilling. Neither you nor your kids will be able to ‘let it go’.
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Release date: 25 October
After more than 40 years of storytelling, it all comes down to this. Yes folks, with this eagerly anticipated ninth chapter, the Skywalker saga is finally drawing to a close. Wrapping up four decades’ worth of plot threads was never going to be easy, but – in true Han and Chewie- style – director J.J. Abrams has delivered the goods with added swagger.
What to know: Expect action, adventure and, above all, surprises from this magnificent denouement. May the Force be with us. Always!
Release date: 13 December
If you caught 2017’s Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle you’ll know that getting sucked into this enchanted video game can be bad for your health. But when Spencer (Alex Wolff) gives in to temptation, rewires his console and vanishes into an alternate reality, it’s down to the teenage gang to regroup and mount a rescue mission.
What to know: Expect BIG laughs from the body-swap comedy and the zinging chemistry of the all-star cast. And if it’s action you’ve come for, The Next Level lives up to its title, with the gang’s three lives threatened by hungry hippos, giant anacondas and rampaging ostriches. Game on!
Release date: 20 December
Cats director Tom Hooper is set to stun this Christmas when his big-screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s beloved stage musical hits cinemas. Aided by his all-star cast, Hooper has produced a wonderfully faithful take that will thrill both Webber fans and film fans alike.
What to know: Yes the CGI takes a little getting used to but the quality of the songs and singing is such that goosebumps are guaranteed.
Release date: 29 November
In this continuation of the fun and feisty noughties movies, Charlie has expanded. His security firm, the Townsend Agency, has branched out internationally with Angels (and Bosleys) in every country. Which is just as well because a dangerous new technology is about to hit the market – one that threatens the entire world.
What to know: With the supremely talented Elizabeth Banks behind the camera and a new kick-ass trio of Angels in front of it, this thrilling reboot is a heavenly ride.