Sponsored: Discover Screen X cinema with Maleficent 2


As well as the ultimate cinema going experience, 4DX, you can see Maleficent 2: Mistress of Evil in Screen X. The first live-action Disney film to be receiving the Screen X treatment, 40 minutes of footage will be featured across three screens that wraparound the audience for a truly immersive experience.

As well as Screen X, Maleficent 2 will be available to view in 4DX, the third Disney film of the year after Aladdin and The Lion King to receive the treatment. Audiences will have all of their senses awakened.

Starring Angelina Jolie as Maleficent, the sequel follows on five years from its predecessor as a formidable queen (played by Michelle Pfeiffer) causes a rift between Maleficent (Jolie) and Princess Aurora (Elle Fanning). Together, they must face new allies and enemies in a bid to protect the magical lands which they share.

Maleficent 2 Screen X

The film also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor,  Imelda Staunton and Warwick Davis among other leading stars.

What is Screen X?

Screen X is the world’s first multi-projection theatre technology that gives film fans a never-before seen 270-degree panoramic viewing experience. This works by expanding the screen onto the side walls of the auditorium like it is shown in the images in this article.

Films become part of your world and you become part of theirs like nothing you have ever seen before. It’s unique, exciting and truly revolutionary.

The technology uses an array of projectors and with proprietary Screen X software, blends multiple images into one image that extends from the main screen. Screen X walls are installed with a special fabric that ensures the brightness and colour closely match the content on the main screen, giving an unrivalled view and excellent representation. Strategically placed audio systems and speakers ensure that sound does not compromise the immersive viewing experience.

Maleficent 2 in Screen X

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