Spectre Creates Stir At New IMAX

Stars of stage, screen and television, as well as a host of top sportsmen and women, will be walking down the Red Carpet in Birmingham tonight for the premiere of the latest spectacular James Bond film – Spectre

Reality TV celebrities, footballers and well-known Birmingham dignitaries will descend on the new multi-million pound Cineworld at the stunning Resorts World complex at the NEC, to watch the screening of the most recent release in the iconic 007 series.

The glittering premiere of the hotly anticipated film, which is already receiving five-star reviews, will coincide with the official opening of the new 11-screen cinema, which also includes an IMAX screen, Starbucks and Baskin Robbins.

The new multiplex cinema will be the third Cineworld within the Birmingham area, along with locations on Broad Street and in Solihull. Cinema-goers will be able to watch Spectre with crystal clear images with the IMAX cutting-edge projection and curved screen, coupled with its customised theatre design and powerful digital sound system.

Kris Unthank, Cineworld Birmingham NEC General Manager, said:

We’re really excited about the opening of Cineworld Birmingham NEC. With such an exciting line-up of films this autumn, like Spectre, we look forward to welcoming the community and sharing our passion for film.

Andrew Cripps, IMAX EMEA President, said:

Our valued partner Cineworld shares our commitment to provide audiences with unforgettable, state-of-the-art entertainment experiences. We are thrilled to be building on our successful relationship with Cineworld and are delighted to offer more audiences the biggest blockbusters in the world’s most immersive format.

The star-studded occasion will also include a champagne reception and an exclusive after-screening partyStars include: James Hill, Jasper Carrot, Derry Mensah, Vicky Pattison, Abi Clarke, Sarah Jayne Dunn, Danielle Lloyd, Dion Dublin, James and Oliver Phelps, Jamie Reed, Amber Turner and Joe Bennett

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