Vue Worcester has named its festive line-up, with plenty of Christmas favourites on the big screen over the holiday season.

Plenty of yuletide classics mark milestone anniversaries this year, with selections for film fans and families alike.

One such returnee is Kermit and his friends as they re-tell Charles Dickens' Victorian tale in The Muppet's Christmas Carol 30 years on from its first release, screening from December 15.


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Whether you consider Die Hard a Christmas film or not, John McClane's pulsating effort to save his family from criminals began screening yesterday (Friday, November 24), 30 years on from his Christmas Eve heroics.

Alongside it will be Richard Curtis’ legendary all-star rom-com Love Actually, which turns 20 this year.

From December 1, laugh along with Will Ferrell’s Elf, a 20-year-old comedy classic.

Fans will also enjoy Eddie Murphy’s Trading Places from November 17 and Jim Carrey’s How The Grinch Stole Christmas from December 8.

Will Ferrell will return for another round on December 15, featuring in Spirited alongside Ryan Reynolds.

Traditional treats such as Santa Claus: The Movie from November 24 and It’s A Wonderful Life from December 22 will also make an appearance, complete with a 4K remaster.

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Family treats like Home Alone (from December 1), Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (from December 15) and The Polar Express (from December 22) finalise the festive schedule.

Akeem Marere, general manager of Vue Worcester, said: "Christmas is all about spending quality time with friends and family, creating treasured moments to last a lifetime.

"We’re glad to be marking the merry occasion with a line-up of some of the most iconic and beloved Christmas classics, specially curated to provide the gift of Big Screen Entertainment this year."

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