On 26th June 2015, Cineworld, the UK’s leading cinema chain opened its latest cinema in Glasgow Silverburn – the fourth Cineworld cinema in Glasgow and cinemabang.com was lucky enough to attend the gala opening showing of Minions 3D prior to the cinema opening to the public. The cinema includes Scotland’s first ever Superscreen. The Superscreen has a wall to wall screen reaching the ceiling and breath-taking multidimensional sound with Dolby Atmos speakers, powered by 32 amplifiers. The Superscreen offers the ultimate in luxury with plush seating that is unrivalled in any other cinema in Scotland. The picture that is projected onto the giant screen by dual projectors is nothing short of breath-taking in its clarity and realism with the 3D effects in Minions bouncing off the screen.

In addition to The Superscreen the new cinema also offers an additional 13 screens as well as a Starbucks and a Baskin Robbins counter.

The Superscreen at Cineworld Glasgow Silverburn over the coming months will offer a bigger and better cinematic experience, allowing cinema goers to enjoy the ultimate movie blockbusters – including Terminator Genisys, Ted 2 and Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation – in a thrilling new way.

Watch the exclusive footage of the gala opening including a sneak peak of the new Superscreen

Richard Henderson, Cineworld Glasgow Silverburn, General Manager, adds: “We’re absolutely thrilled to unveil Scotland’s first ever Superscreen at our new cinema in Silverburn. At Cineworld, we want to offer a great experience for all our customers, making their trip as unique and memorable as possible. Superscreen offers a truly unique cinema experience and we’re over the moon it’s a part of our new cinema. With such an exciting line-up of films this summer, we look forward to welcoming the community and sharing our passion for film with everyone in the local area.”

Guests at the gala opening enjoy Minions 3D on The Superscreen

Mooky Greidinger, Chief Executive Officer of Cineworld Cinemas and Guy Wells of Hammerson PLC open the new cinema by cutting a reel of film.