According to a recent rumor, the first trailer for “Thor: The Dark World” will appear online on April 2nd. While that’s far from guaranteed, the obvious move would be to show the trailer in front of “Iron Man 3,” on May 3rd.
The Dark World continues the big-screen adventures of Thor, the Mighty Avenger, as he battles to save Earth and all the Nine Realms from a shadowy enemy that predates the universe itself. In the aftermath of Marvel’s Thor and Marvel’s The Avengers, Thor fights to restore order across the cosmos…but an ancient race led by the vengeful Malekith returns to plunge the universe back into darkness.
Faced with an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor must embark on his most perilous and personal journey yet, one that will reunite him with Jane Foster and force him to sacrifice everything to save us all. As there is no official trailer to share with you, here is something to keep your Marvel needs underwraps.
Milton Keynes Bowl opens for new drive-in cinema experience
The world-famous Milton Keynes Bowl, renowned for hosting some of the biggest UK concerts is opening its doors for a new drive-in cinema experience.
An immersive outdoor experience, Nightflix Drive-in cinema screen new release & classic films on huge outdoor screens. With sites across the country, Nightflix Drive-in cinemas have been putting on outdoor movie nights for families, friends, and couples whilst traditional cinemas have been closed due to the COVID pandemic.
What films are being shown?
Nightflix Drive-in cinema screen both new release & classic films. The first film to be screen at Milton Keynes Bowl will be Christopher Nolan’s new blockbuster, Tenet.
John David Washington is the new Protagonist in Christopher Nolan’s original sci-fi action spectacle “Tenet.”
Armed with only one word—Tenet—and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real-time.
Other classic movies shown at other sites have included classic like Grease, Dirty Dancing, and Back to the Future.
Staying safe at a Nightflix Drive-in Cinema
Audience safety is at the centre of the drive-in cinema event planning. All government guidelines on social distancing will be followed, including track & trace measures. A full list of all COVID safety measures in place on sites is available at www.nightflix.co.uk.
Nightflix Drive-in Cinema prices
Pricing for the drive-in experience is charged per car rather than per person. Tickets per car are £29 – £34.00 + booking fee. Food, drinks, and snacks are also available upon arrival.
Nightflix Drive-in Competition
We are giving away two tickets to attend a screening of your choice at Milton Keynes Bowl Between October and December 2020. To enter this giveaway prize draw, follow us on Instagram and tag a friend or family member who you would like to take with you.
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Hip Hop dance show Father Figurine debuts at The Hat Factory, Luton
Oxford-based Hip Hop dance theatre company Body Politic is raising awareness about the UK’s current mental health epidemic in adolescent boys and men through their show Father Figurine at The Hat Factory, Luton on Friday 20th of September as part of their second national tour.
With the current climate of mental health discussion, Father Figurine talks about the fragilities and vulnerabilities in men and young boys. This piece combines poignant spoken word poetry with hip hop dance, to explore the fractured relationship between a father and his son and their inability to healthily deal with a traumatic event.
Will they be able to share their emotions with each other? Or will they fall into the statistic of nearly half of men believing they can’t express their feelings?
Figures show that 75% of mental illnesses start before a child reaches their 18th birthday, while 50% of mental health problems in adults begin before the age of 15. Father Figurine combines poignant spoken word poetry with hip hop dance with the drive to bring these figures to light and empower men and boys.
Emma-Jane Greig, the Artistic Director of Body Politic, is looking forward to sharing Father Figurine and engaging in a post-show discussion with a panel of local mental health professionals at The Hat Factory, Luton on Friday 20th of September at 19.30.
She said: “I feel very honored to be touring Father Figurine for the second time this year. Earlier this year, this powerful piece of work was described as “meaningful” and “important” by health care professionals and audience members. I am really looking forward to continuing conversations around men’s mental health this Autumn, and using our work as a catalyst for change.”
Stop what you are doing…. new teaser for Star Wars: Episode IX.
It has finally arrived. The Star Wars Episode IX teaser trailer is finally here and it is everything you could ever want. Watch it now before you read the spoilers.
The trailer is features full-on action scenes and gives us the first glimpse at Carrie Fisher’s posthumous return as the very much loved Leia.
After Luke Skywalker’s voice can be heard saying “No one’s ever really gone”, we immediately hear the sound of everbody’s favourite villian Palpatine laughing. Though he was slain by Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi, this trailer appears to be teasing the villain’s return. Actor Ian McDiarmid also made an appearance following the debut of the trailer at Star Wars Celebration, seemingly confirming the character’s return.
For the first time since 1983’s ‘Return of the Jedi,’ Billy Dee Williams returns as Lando Calrissian.
Details about the long-awaited final entry in the Skywalker saga have been nearly non-existent in the year and four months since Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Most notably, in 2017, Disney replaced its original Star Wars IX director Colin Trevorrow with J.J. Abrams, who directed Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
More info to come.