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What films are coming to the cinema this December?

November 26th , 2021

By Dylan Mitchell

Here's the movies we're excited about this month.

A trip to the cinema near Christmas is a must, and there's plenty for you to watch this December. From the latest world-blending entry to the Marvel universe, Spider-Man: No Way Home to Steven Spielberg's reinterpretation of a musical classic, West Side Story, there's something to suit your cinema needs.

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Clifford the Big Red Dog.

If you're after a healthy dose of larger-than-life, family-friendly fun, then make sure you go and check out the live-action adaption Clifford the Big Red Dog. The story follows a young New York girl, Emily, whose love for a tiny pup makes him grow to a truly enormous size. When Clifford's size quickly attracts the attention of a genetics company that wish to supersize animals, Emily and her Uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall) head on the run across the Big Apple. What could go wrong?

Release date: 10th December 2021

Cast: Darby Camp, Jack Whitehall, David Allen Grier

West Side Story.

Steven Spielberg' all-new reimagining of the famed musical West Side Story is a tale of forbidden love. Inspired by Romeo and Juliet, it follows two teenagers – Tony and María – who come from different ethnic backgrounds and have affiliations with rival street gangs, the Jets and Sharks, as they fall in love in the 1950s. Expect plenty of singing and dancing with this one.

Release date: 10th December 2021

Cast: Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Rita Moreno, Maddie Ziegler

Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Buckle up Marvel buffs because it's finally time to enter the multiverse in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Picking up where the last instalment left off, with Spidey's identity revealed to the world, Peter Parker calls on the help of Doctor Strange to make people forget. However, the spell takes an unfortunate turn, unleashing dangerous villains from other worlds. It's the Spider-Man crossover we've been crying out for, with Willlem Dafoe, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, and Thomas Haden Church reprising their roles of the Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Electro and the Sandman. Oh, it's going to be a biggie!

Release date: 17th December 2021

Cast: Tom Holland, Zendeya, Willlem Dafoe, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Thomas Haden Church, Benedict Cumberbatch

The King's Man.

For the third instalment in the Kingsman series, we're heading back to the 1910s, with World War 1 serving as the backdrop for the prequel, The King's Man. The story reveals the creation of the Kingsman agency, which aims to stand against several of history's most terrible tyrants and criminal masterminds as they plot a war to wipe out millions. You can expect a good injection of action, humour, and mayhem with this one. 

Release date: 22nd December 2021

Cast: Stanley Tucci, Matthew Goode, Gemma Arterton, Ralph Fiennes

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