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Gate Multiplex, Cork

21 August - 27 August

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Fantastic Four (2015)

11:30Th

Inside Out

11:30Th, 13:45Th, 16:15Th

Minions

11:30Th

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation

13:30Th

Paper Towns

13:45Th, 16:15Th, 21:15Th

Pixels

11:30Th, 14:00Th, 16:30Th

Pixels 3D

11:30Th

Sinister 2

16:30Th, 18:45Th, 21:30Th

Southpaw

18:40Th

The Bad Education Movie

14:00Th, 16:30Th, 18:45Th, 21:15Th

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

21:15Th

Trainwreck

13:15Th, 16:00Th, 18:45Th, 21:30Th

Vacation

19:00Th, 21:15Th

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The Daily Ten

  • Colm Meaney to play Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness Colm Meaney to play Martin McGuinness in new film

    Colm Meaney is set to play Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness in an upcoming film entitled The Journey.

  • Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman - Back as hosts on BBC One on September 5 at 7:15pm Strictly's celeb line-up is now complete

    The final two celebrity contestants for this year's Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One have been announced, and both are from the world of sport.

  • Ann O'Loughlin is enjoying huge success with her debut novel. Irish author's debut novel is Amazon best-seller

    First time Irish author Ann O'Loughlin has said she is "thrilled and rather overwhelmed" after her debut novel The Ballroom Café made it onto the top 20 list of bestsellers of the year so far on Amazon in the UK.

  • The university's Philosophical Society had hoped to honour the former Smiths frontman for his outstanding contribution to music Morrissey politely declines Trinity College honour

    Morrissey has decided to decline the Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage from Trinity College Dublin's Philosophical Society which he had been offered last month.

  • Stephen Fry leaves the building for Mexico tonight TEN's TV picks for today, Thursday August 27

    Where I Am tells the story of 35-year-old gay American author, Robert Drake, who was viciously assaulted and left for dead by two young men in Sligo town in 1999. Also, Derek Jacobi investigates his roots and Stephen Fry is in Mexico.

  • Beer o'clock yet? Hangry after the bants? Must be beer o'clock

    Ever get a bit hangry after having the bants? Maybe it was beer o'clock and the nibbles had begun to strike? Or you had a brain fart and forgot to eat? Or maybe you just know all the latest lingo that's just been added to the Oxford English Dictionary.

  • Ed Sheeran reveals lion's head tattoo was a Ed Sheeran has to cover new tattoo for acting role

    Ed Sheeran has had to conceal the huge lion tattoo on his chest for an acting role.

  • The season finale will now air in the US on Wednesday September 2 Photo: USA Network Network halts series finale after Virginia murders

    The USA Network postponed the season one finale of hacker drama Mr Robot after the fatal shootings of journalist Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward during a live telecast in Virginia, because a scene in the show bore similarities to their murders.

  • The late Terry Pratchett Final Terry Pratchett book goes on sale

    The final novel by author Terry Pratchett has been released, almost six months after his death. Many fans queued at mindnight to get their hands on copies of The Shepherd's Crown, the last in his popular Discworld series.

  • Awwww. Suggestions for names to DublinZoo.ie  Photos: Patrick Bolger Cub cuteness overload at Dublin Zoo and Fota!

    Dublin Zoo and Fota Wildlife Park in Cork are purring with delight at their latest additions, which they proudly showed off today for the first time. A female Asian lion cub was unveiled by the zoo, while at Fota two male cheetah cubs were introduced.