For one of the best things to do this summer, take a trip (or two) to the big screen!
So don’t worry about what to do this summer – leave the suitcase behind, grab your free myODEON boarding pass, and let us whisk you faraway.
Ready for take-off? Here’s our departure board highlights this summer and book your tickets at www.odeon.co.uk
BLACK WIDOW: 7 JULY (12A)
The MCU’s Phase 4 kicks off in cinemas with Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow returning for a prequel solo adventure that delves into the Avenger’s prehistory as a Soviet assassin. It also introduces a mysterious and deadly new supervillain, Taskmaster, and prepares the way for new heroes to rise. On the run after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Natasha Romanoff seeks out old friends to help her confront a past that seems hell-bent on making her pay for old sins. Book tickets.
SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY: 16 JULY
Y’all ready for this? 25 years after Bugs Bunny and basketball legend Michael Jordan first shared a court, Space Jam returns, and this time it’s 21st century GOAT LeBron James who’s assembling a misfit Tune Squad to win a high-stakes game in a brilliantly unhinged cartoon world. Book tickets.
THE CROODS 2: A NEW AGE: 16 JULY
The first (and we mean first) family of animation is back and this time the formerly cave-loving Croods cross paths with a family of evolved farmers. But are the Bettermans really better, or can the Croods still teach them a thing or two about crushing it in the Stone Age?
JUNGLE CRUISE: 30 JULY
Inspired by the beloved Disney Parks river ride, Jungle Cruise is a funny, fast-paced family adventure into the depths of the Amazon rainforest. Emily Blunt plays the fearless researcher out to find the mystical Tree of Life, while Dwayne Johnson is the sceptical riverboat captain hired to help her locate it in the face of countless dangers.
THE SUICIDE SQUAD: 30 JULY
Written and directed by the man who made the B-list Guardians of the Galaxy into beloved MCU mainstays, The Suicide Squad recasts DC Comics’ not-so-super-villain squad in a gleefully gory 70’s-style war movie with loads of laughs and an even higher body count. Don’t get too attached to anyone; this is going to get messy.