The Batman (2022) Action Adventure
Release date: 04 March 2022 – Running time: 176 minutes
The Nan Movie Comedy
Cast: Jack Doolan, Mathew Horne, Catherine Tate, Katherine Parkinson, Craig Grainger
X – March 18
The Lost City 25 March 2022
Brilliant, but reclusive author Loretta Sage (Sandra Bullock) has spent her career writing about exotic places in her popular romance-adventure novels featuring handsome cover model Alan (Channing Tatum), who has dedicated his life to embodying the hero character, “Dash.” While on tour promoting her new book with Alan, Loretta is kidnapped by an eccentric billionaire (Daniel Radcliffe) who hopes that she can lead him to the ancient lost city’s treasure from her latest story. Wanting to prove that he can be a hero in real life and not just on the pages of her books, Alan sets off to rescue her. Thrust into an epic jungle adventure, the unlikely pair will need to work together to survive the elements and find the ancient treasure before it’s lost forever.
The Phantom Of The Open 15th Apr 2022
Cast: Sally Hawkins, Rhys Ifans, Mark Rylance, Mark Lewis Jones, Johann Myers, Christian Lees
The extraordinary story of an ordinary man, ‘The Phantom Of The Open’ is an uplifting and moving comedy drama about pursuing your dreams and shooting for the stars, no matter what hand you’re dealt.
Other Movies Coming Out in March
Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre (2022)
Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie (2021)
The Outfit (2022)
Cheaper by the Dozen (2022)
The Unbreakable Boy (2022)
Where Is Anne Frank (2021)
Already in Cinemas
Death On The Nile (2022) Cast: Dawn French, Gal Gadot, Letitia Wright, Emma Mackey
Dog Cast: Channing Tatum
The Duke Cast: Jim Broadbent, Matthew Goode, Helen Mirren, Anna Maxwell Martin, Fionn Whitehead
In 1961, Kempton Bunton, a 60-year old taxi driver, stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. It was the first (and remains the only) theft in the Gallery’s history. Kempton sent ransom notes saying that he would return the painting on condition that the government invested more in care for the elderly – he had long campaigned for pensioners to receive free television. What happened next became the stuff of legend. Only 50 years later did the full story emerge – Kempton had spun a web of lies. The only truth was that he was a good man, determined to change the world and save his marriage – how and why he used the Duke to achieve that is a wonderfully uplifting tale.