4DX screening admissions continue to rise, as the number of locations in the UK offering the technology rises to 24.

It looks as though more and more of us are giving 4DX a try when we head off to the movies. This is the technology where you pay to watch a film, and for your premium price, you sit in a seat that moves around a lot, with wind and water blowing in your face. All contextual to the film.

We’ve covered the rise of 4DX before in Film Stories magazine, but it keeps growing. There are now 24 sites in the UK offering the service, thanks to new openings in both Cheltenham and Ashton Under Lyne. The company is reporting too that numbers are on the up, with attendees increasing by 23% this year.

The big three 4DX films of the summer have been The Lion King, Hobbs & Shaw and Spider-Man: Far From Home. There are no plans for a 4DX release of The Irishman, we gather.

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