At ODEON, the festive season isn’t just about new films. Every year, they go into the vaults for the classic Christmas movies you never thought you’d see on the big screen again. From romcoms to anime, here’s everything to unwrap – click here to see more.
December will also see the arrival of the final big releases of the year, among them, the final movie in the DC Extended Universe, the origin story of Willy Wonka, and more – see more below. To view times and book tickets simply visit www.odeon.co.uk
Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce (15)
Release date: 1 Dec
RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ accentuates the journey of RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR, from its inception, to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri. It is about Beyoncé’s intention, hard work, involvement in every aspect of the production, her creative mind and purpose to create her legacy, and master her craft. Received with extraordinary acclaim, Beyoncé’s RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR created a sanctuary for freedom, and shared joy, for more than 2.7 million fans.
Release date: 1 Dec
Based on the book of the same name by literary powerhouse Ottessa Moshfegh, Eileen follows a peculiar young woman whose dreary life stretches on toward unending misery. In frigid 1960s Boston, Eileen (Thomasin McKenzie) shuffles between her father’s dingy, emotionally haunted home and the prison where she works alongside colleagues who have ostracized her. When an intoxicating woman (Anne Hathaway) joins the prison staff, Eileen is taken. Just when the possibility of a salvational friendship (or maybe more) takes hold and forms a singular glimmer in Eileen’s darkness, her newfound confidant entangles her in a shocking crime that alters all.
Release date: 8 Dec
The Story will focus on a young Willy Wonka and his adventures prior to opening the world’s most famous chocolate factory.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom
Release date: 21 Dec
When an ancient power is unleashed, Aquaman must forge an uneasy alliance with an unlikely ally to protect Atlantis, and the world, from irreversible devastation.