Sky Original, Dead Shot
When a border ambush goes wrong, a retired Irish paramilitary (Colin Morgan) witnesses the fatal shooting of his pregnant wife by British Sergeant, Tempest (Aml Ameen). Now wounded, and presumed dead, he escapes, taking his revenge to the dark and paranoid streets of 1970’s London. Starring Aml Ameen, Colin Morgan and Sophia Brown with Mark Strong, Felicity Jones.
Premiering on Sky Cinema on 12 May
Sky Original, To Catch a Killer
Eleanor (Shailene Woodley) is a talented but troubled rookie detective wrestling with the demons of her past, when she is called to the scene of a brutal mass shooting – the work of a new and terrifying murderer. The police and FBI launch a nationwide manhunt but are thwarted at every turn by the killer’s enigmatic and unprecedented behaviour. Eleanor must stop at nothing to bring this elusive murderer to justice. An adrenaline fuelled thriller starring Shailene Woodley and Ben Mendelsohn.
Premiering on Sky Cinema on 27 May
Ticket to Paradise
A divorced couple teams up to prevent their daughter making the same mistake they did years earlier. Romcom with Julia Roberts and George Clooney.
Premiering on Sky Cinema on 5 May
Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris
A widow in 1950s London falls for a couture Dior dress and decides she must own one. Oscar-nominated comedy drama starring Lesley Manville.
Premiering on Sky Cinema on 13 May
The saga ends as Laurie Strode confronts Michael Myers’ evil legacy one last time. Starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
Premiering on Sky Cinema on 19 May
Lyle, Lyle Crocodile
Josh struggles to adapt and make friends when his family up sticks and move to New York. That all changes when he meets a lovable, singing crocodile named Lyle. Starring Shawn Mendes, Javier Bardem and Constance Wu.
Premiering on Sky Cinema on 26 May
Get even with our collection of the best revenge movies to celebrate the upcoming release of Dead Shot. Films include Promising Young Woman, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and John Wick.
Get ready to meet an ogre, train a dragon, and be told a charming tale with these greatest fairy tale movies on Sky Cinema including Shrek, How to Train Your Dragon and Gnomeo and Juliet.
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