New movies coming this month on Sky Cinema

Ian Sandwell
·6-min read
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Photo credit: Prostock-Studio - Getty Images

From Digital Spy

Sky Cinema has been treating movie fans to a brand-new premiere every single day for a while now, but there's sometimes so much choice, a potential new favourite could slip unnoticed.

So we've decided to round up the upcoming month's new daily premieres in one handy place for you to plan out your movie viewing. This list is subject to change as premiere dates can shift, but we'll make sure to update the list when we know of any changes.

If you're a Sky subscriber but don't have access to the movie channels, it currently costs £11 extra a month for a minimum 18-month contract. And if you're not a Sky subscriber, you can access all of the latest movie premieres with a Sky Cinema pass from NOW.

Be sure to check back in the last week of every month to see the next month's batch of movie premieres.

April 1 – The Blackout: Invasion Earth

When a large part of humanity dies after a global power cut, a struggle for survival starts in a small town unaffected by the problem. Stars Lukerya Ilyashenko and Svetlana Ivanova.

April 2 – Antebellum

Veronica discovers a horrific secret that connects her to a Civil War era enslaved woman called Eden and feels their link across time. Stars Janelle Monáe and Jena Malone.

Photo credit: Lionsgate
Photo credit: Lionsgate

April 3 – SCOOB!

The origin story of how lifelong friends Scooby-Doo and Shaggy first met and created the famous Mystery Inc. Stars Zac Efron and Amanda Seyfried.

April 4 – Zeroville

In Hollywood 1969, lost soul Vikar starts working on movies and develops a relationship with a tragic screen goddess. Stars James Franco and Megan Fox.

April 5 – Boonie Bears: The Wild Life

The seventh movie in the popular Chinese animated series sees a thrilling new place open on Pine Tree Mountain where guests can turn into a variety of animals. Stars Xiao Tan and Bingjun Zhang.

April 6 – Looks That Kill

Born with an unusual condition that he can kill someone with a single glance, Max embarks on a journey of self-discovery when he means a girl with an equally extraordinary gift. Stars Brandon Flynn and Julia Goldani Telles.

April 7 – The Sunlit Night

An aspiring painter bonds with eccentric locals and a fellow New Yorker while she's working in Norway. Stars Jenny Slate and Gillian Anderson.

April 8 – Braking for Whales

When their mother dies, an estranged brother and sister are brought together to fulfil her final wish to put her ashes in the body of a whale. Stars Tom Felton and Tammin Sursok.

April 9 – Angel Has Fallen

Agent Mike Banning is forced to go on the run when he is framed for an assassination attempt on the President. Stars Gerard Butler and Nick Nolte.

Photo credit: Lionsgate
Photo credit: Lionsgate

April 10 – Archenemy

A local drunk, who claims to be a superhero from the planet Chromium, becomes a brutal vigilante hell-bent on proving himself as who he claims to be. Stars Joe Manganiello and Zolee Griggs.

April 11 – Death of Me

When a strange video shows one of them killing the other, a vacationing couple must work out the truth of what's happening to them. Stars Maggie Q and Luke Hemsworth.

April 12 – Snow Queen: Mirrorlands

Gerda and the Snow Queen set out to defeat the king and bring magic back to the world after he banishes anyone with magic to the Mirrorlands. Stars Laurie Hymes and Jason Griffith.

April 13 – When Jeff Tried to Save the World

A manager of an old-school bowling alley sets out to save it when he discovers the owner's plans to sell. Stars Jon Heder and Jim O'Heir.

April 14 – The Traitor (2019)

The real-life story of Tommaso Buscetta, the first mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s who changed everything for the mafia. Stars Pierfrancesco Favino and Maria Fernanda Cândido.

April 15 – Minor Premise

Attempting to live up to his father's legacy, a neuroscientist pits 10 fragments of his consciousness against each other. Stars Sathya Sridharan and Paton Ashbrook.

April 16 – Promising Young Woman

After her future is derailed by a mysterious event, a young woman starts to lead a secret double life to right the wrongs of the past. Stars Carey Mulligan and Bo Burnham.

Photo credit: Focus Features
Photo credit: Focus Features

April 17 – A Violent Separation

When a police deputy covers up a murder committed by his brother and falls in love with the victim's sister, their family bonds are tested. Stars Alycia Debnam-Carey and Brenton Thwaites.

April 18 – Come As You Are (2019)

Three young men with disabilities flee their overbearing parents on a road trip to a brothel that caters to people with special needs. Stars Grant Rosenmeyer and Gabourey Sidibe.

April 19 – Cranston Academy: Monster Zone

Transferred to a boarding school, a 15-year-old accidentally opens a portal that unleashes monsters into the world. Stars Ruby Rose and Jamie Bell.

April 20 – To the Stars

A farmer's daughter forges an intimate friendship with a reckless new girl in a small town in 1960s Oklahoma. Stars Liana Liberato and Kara Hayward.

April 21 – Fukushima 50

Workers at the Fukushima Daiichi facility in Japan risk their lives to prevent total destruction after the region is hit by an earthquake in 2011. Stars Ken Watanabe and Kôichi Satô.

April 22 – Wildcat

When her convoy is ambushed in the Middle East, a reporter must figure out a way to escape from her captors. Stars Georgina Campbell and Luke Benward.

April 23 – Unhinged

A single Mother's Day goes from bad to worse when a case of road rage escalates into full-blown terror. Stars Russell Crowe and Caren Pistorius.

Photo credit: Solstice Studios
Photo credit: Solstice Studios

April 24 – The Ride (2020)

After a gifted youth is put in juvenile detention for a racially-charged incident, he is placed with an interracial couple who want to give him a fresh start. Stars Ludacris and Shane Graham.

April 25 – Baby Done

When Zoe and Tim find out they're having a baby, they resolve to not let it change them but Zoe's denial about the birth pushes their relationship to the limit. Stars Rose Matafeo and Matthew Lewis.

April 26 – The Call (2020)

A recently-deceased woman rises from the grave to seek revenge against the group of friends who tormented her. Stars Lin Shaye and Tobin Bell.

April 27 – Golden Arm

When her best friend ropes her into taking her place at the Women's Arm Wrestling Championship, a baker must swap her whisks for barbells to compete for the grand prize. Stars Mary Holland and Matt Newell.

April 28 – Pinocchio (2019)

A new retelling of the classic tale about an old woodcarver whose puppet creation magically comes to life and dreams of becoming a real boy. Stars Roberto Benigni and Federico Ielapi.

April 29 – Dead Water

When a relaxing holiday goes wrong, a former Marine must risk his life to save his wife and best friend from pirates. Stars Casper Van Dien and Brianne Davis.

April 30 – An American Pickle

An Orthodox Jewish factory worker in the 1920s wakes up in the modern world after a freak accident involving brine. Stars Seth Rogen and Sarah Snook.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

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