Last weekend, a number of new public health measures and guidelines were announced by the government. There was one item of news that movie lovers were particularly excited about.

Cinemas in Ireland are reopening on June 7th, at long last. The date is just around the corner and everyone's trying to decide what will be their first watch.

The great news is that there are loads of options.

For families, 'Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway' and 'Wolfwalkers' are among the movies showing.

'A Quiet Place Part II' will undoutbedly be a popular one, since the first was such a big hit.

Those who love a big screen scare can also check out 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It'. and 'The Unholy'.

Now's your chance to catch new on demand releases like 'Cruella' and 'Mortal Kombat' on the big screen too.

Remember to check your local cinema as the movies showing will vary.

A Quiet Place Part II

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It


Those Who Wish Me Dead

Dream Horse


Peter Rabbit 2


Spiral From the Book of Saw

Godzilla vs Kong

Tom and Jerry The Movie

Mortal Kombat

The Unholy


Wonder Woman 1984

Top Gun

Raya and the Last Dragon

Movies showing in cinemas later this June include:

'Nobody' - June 9th

'Phil Lynott: Songs for While I'm Away' - June 11th

'In the Heights' - June 18th

'Fast & Furious 9' - June 24th

'Supernova' - June 25th

Plus there's loads more to look forward to in cinemas this summer.

July sees the release as such films as 'Black Widow', 'Another Round', 'The Croods 2', 'Freaky', 'The Forever Purge', 'Space Jam: A New Legacy', 'Jungle Cruise', and 'The Suicide Squad'.

In August, movies like Ryan Reynolds starrer 'Free Guy', 'Snake Eyes' and 'Candyman' will hit the big screen.

Yes, summer 2021 is set to bring a major comeback for cinemas.