New movies coming this month on Sky Cinema

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Photo credit: Giles Keyte/Universal Pictures
Photo credit: Giles Keyte/Universal Pictures

Sky Cinema has been treating movie fans to movie premieres for a while now, but there's sometimes so much choice, a potential new favourite could slip by unnoticed.

So we've decided to compile the upcoming month's new premieres in one handy place for you to plan out your movie viewing. This list is subject to change as premiere dates can shift, but we'll make sure to update the list when we know of any changes.

If you're a Sky subscriber but don't have access to the movie channels, it currently costs £11 extra a month for a minimum 18-month contract. And if you're not a Sky subscriber, you can access all of the latest movie premieres with a Sky Cinema Membership from NOW.

You can also sign up with one of Sky's ongoing deals, including the Sky + Cinema + Netflix package that gives you a bunch of Sky channels, including the Cinema channels, and access to everything on Netflix, for £37 a month over an 18-month period.

Be sure to check back in the last week of every month to see the next month's batch of movie premieres.

February 25 – The Desperate Hour

A mother races to save her son when a shooting takes place at his school. Stars Naomi Watts and Colton Gobbo.

February 26 – Escape Room: Tournament of Champions

Six people who have all played the game before find themselves locked in another series of escape rooms. Stars Indya Moore and Taylor Russell.

February 27 – In the Earth

In the search for a cure to a deadly virus, a scientist and park scout undergo a terrifying voyage deep into the forest. Stars Joel Fry and Ellora Torchia.

March 4 – Old

A family on holiday discover a secluded beach, only to find it causes them to age rapidly. Stars Rufus Sewell and Thomasin McKenzie.

Photo credit: Phobymo/Universal Pictures
Photo credit: Phobymo/Universal Pictures

March 5 – Pil's Adventure

When the heir to the throne is cursed, an orphaned young girl sets out to save him and the city of Misty Rock. Stars Kaycie Chase and Gauthier Battoue.

March 6 – The World to Come

Two women find themselves drawn to each other to fill a void in each other's lives they never knew existed. Stars Vanessa Kirby and Katherine Waterston.

March 11 – Fast & Furious 9

A threat from Dom's past comes back to haunt him, forcing him back into action to save the lives of those he loves most. Stars Vin Diesel and John Cena.

Photo credit: Giles Keyte/Universal Pictures
Photo credit: Giles Keyte/Universal Pictures

March 12 – Malignant

Haunted by nightmares of brutal murders, a young woman seeks the truth when they turn out to be realities. Stars Annabelle Wallis and Mckenna Grace.

March 13 – North Hollywood

High school graduate Michael is caught between following his skateboarding dreams or the path his father wants. Stars Ryder McLaughlin and Vince Vaughn.

March 18 – Reminiscence

A private investigator who helps people access lost memories finds his life changed when he becomes obsessed with a new client. Stars Hugh Jackman and Rebecca Ferguson.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

March 20 – Our Ladies

On a day trip to Edinburgh, a group of Scottish schoolgirls seize the chance to escape their daily lives and run riot in the big city. Stars Marli Siu and Tallulah Greive.

March 25 – Blacklight

A freelance government operative finds himself in danger when he discovers an undercover team targeting US citizens. Stars Liam Neeson and Emmy Raver-Lampman.

March 26 – Don't Breathe 2

The Blind Man is forced back into action when his beloved foster daughter is abducted. Stars Stephen Lang and Madelyn Grace.

March 27 – People Just Do Nothing: Big in Japan

Kurupt FM head to Japan to enjoy the fame and fortune they deserve when they learn one of their songs has been used on a popular game show. Stars Asim Chaudhry and Allan Mustafa.

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