However unlikely this may be, but If you’re stuck for things to do this Easter weekend, here’s a roundup of what to watch.
In Cinemas, one of the biggest movies of all time, ‘Titanic’ returns in 3D to mark the 100th Anniversary of the greatest maritime disaster.
In case you didn’t already know, starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio it tells the story of the Titanic disaster and the tragic love story of Rose and Jack.
Now in 3D it may well be worth a revisit.
If the kids are getting bored, why not check out ‘Pirates! In An Adventure with Scientists. From Aardman, creators of Wallace and Gromit, this animated escapade stars some of Britain’s best in a pirate adventure where Hugh Grant’s Captain is looking to beat some of his bandit rivals in the ‘Pirate of the year’ contest.
The Brilliant ‘Thor’ premieres on Sky Movies this week, starring Chris Hemsworth as the warrior god who is cast out to earth. ‘Thor’ is great and if you haven’t seen it check it out in good time for this month’s Marvel super follow up, ‘The Avengers’ which is released on 26th April in Cinemas.
Sky Movie’s other premiere this week is animated adventure ‘Hop’, offering more Easter fun for the kids, it tells the story of the Easter bunny’s teenage son E.B.!? Starring the voices of Russell Brand and Hugh Laurie.
There are also a whole host of great films on TV too this weekend; here are some you may want to check out!
Friday 06th April
For the kids: Cars BBC1 3.10pm, Happy Feet ITV2 4.55pm, Kung Fu Panda BBC3 8.30pm
Juno More 4 9pm
Kingpin Film 4 10.45pm
Minority Report BBC2 11.15pm
Saturday 07th April
Eternal sunshine of the Spotless Mind Film 4 1.05am
Stardust Film4 1pm
(The original) Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory ITV1 3.55pm
Matilda Watch 5.15pm
Now, there’s a lot to keep the kids entertained – you’re welcome.
Have a great Easter weekend, don’t eat too much chocolate.