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Cineworld 4DX to deliver thrills and excitement in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 12:20 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:30 01 March 2018

Enjoy 4DX at Cineworld, Ipswich. PICTURE: Cineworld

Enjoy 4DX at Cineworld, Ipswich. PICTURE: Cineworld

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Experience the latest blockbuster releases in immersive 4DX at Cineworld Ipswich.

Local film fans are invited to take their cinema experience to the next level at Cineworld Ipswich by viewing this season’s action-packed Hollywood blockbusters in the immersive 4DX format.

Only at Cineworld in the UK, 4DX is an innovative cinematic technology which uses high-tech motion seats and special effects to stimulate all five senses. Wind, fog, lightning, bubbles, water and scents work in perfect synchronicity with the film to bring the action on screen to life.

Available in both 2D and 3D, guests can enhance their cinema experience with 4DX to save the world in Marvel’s fantasy drama Black Panther, struggle for survival in action blockbuster Tomb Raider or explore virtual reality in Steven Spielberg’s thriller Ready Player One!

The 4DX auditorium houses 136 specially designed seats, plus a curved screen bigger than a double decker bus. Over one million people have experienced 4DX since Cineworld brought the technology to UK audiences in 2015. More than 100 movies, including recent blockbusters such as Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle have had the cutting-edge 4DX treatment so far.

Christopher Clarkson, general manager at Cineworld Ipswich, comments: “We can’t wait to see customers’ reactions when they experience 4DX with us at Cineworld Ipswich. There’s nothing else like it in cinemas and it’s only available here at Cineworld. Film fans have absolutely loved it so far and I’m really pleased to say that upcoming blockbusters Black Panther, Tomb Raider and Ready Player One will be available at Cineworld Ipswich in 4DX!”

Thrill seekers looking for a taste of 4DX outside the cinema can take on the 4DXtreme challenge. Cineworld Ipswich ramps up the power on one of their high-tech motion seats, adds water and wind then dares you to ride. The person who achieves the longest time without dropping their popcorn will be awarded Cineworld prizes.

The challenge is set to take place on Saturday, March 10 at Ipswich Town Football Club from 12pm to 3pm.

Cineworld Ipswich is one of just 16 4DX cinemas in the UK, and the only cinema in Ipswich to feature 4DX technology. To book tickets and for further information on Cineworld Cinemas, visit the Cineworld website.

Follow @Cineworld and tweet using #Cineworld4DX

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