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Brand New Ghost in the Shell Trailer

Tuesday 20th December 2016


To celebrate our upcoming theatrical release of the anime classic Ghost in the Shell, we have a brand new, action-packed trailer for your viewing pleasure! Take a look below and let us know what you think?



The year is 2029, the world is made borderless by the net; augmented humans who live in virtual environments. Watched over by law enforcement agents that are able to download themselves into super-powered, crime busting mecha. The ultimate secret agent of the future is not human, has no physical body and can travel freely through the information highways of the world. Hacking and manipulating whatever, whomever and whenever required…

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See below for the full screen list, and visit gitsmovie.co.uk to book your tickets!

Aberdeen Union Square Cineworld
Barnet Everyman
Basingstoke Festival Place Vue
Bath PictureHouse
Belfast Odyssey Independent
Birmingham Odeon
Birmingham Broad Street Cineworld
Birmingham, Electric Independent
Birmingham, Star City Vue
Bluewater CDL Showcase
Brighton Odeon
Brighton Komedia PictureHouse
Bristol Showcase
Bristol CDL Showcase
Cambridge PictureHouse
Cambridge Vue
Cardiff Showcase
Cardiff Odeon
Chelmsford Everyman
Cheshire Oaks Vue
Coventry Showcase
Crawley Cineworld
Derby CDL Showcase
Dublin Cineworld
Dublin Vue
Dudley Showcase
Dundee, DCA Independent
Edinburgh Cineworld
Edinburgh Cameo PictureHouse
Enfield Cineworld
Exeter PictureHouse
Exeter Vue
Gateshead Vue
Glasgow East Showcase
Glasgow Quay Odeon
Glasgow Renfrew Street Cineworld
Harrogate Everyman
Hemel Hempstead Independent
Hull Vue
Inverness Vue
Lancaster, Dukes Independent
Leeds Everyman
Leeds CDL Showcase
Leicester CDL Showcase
Lincoln Odeon
Liverpool Showcase
Liverpool One Odeon
Liverpool, FACT PictureHouse
London East, Stratford East PictureHouse
London Central, Central PictureHouse
London Central, Panton Street Odeon
London Central, Prince Charles Independent
London East, Hackney PictureHouse
London East, West India Quay Cineworld
London East, Westfield Stratford Vue
London North, Crouch End PictureHouse
London North, Finchley Road Vue
London North, Holloway Odeon
London North, Islington Vue
London North, Wood Green Vue
London South, Croydon Grants Vue
London South, Greenwich Odeon
London South, Kingston Odeon
London South, Ritzy PictureHouse
London South, Wandsworth Cineworld
London South, Wimbledon Odeon
London West, Westfield Vue
Manchester Showcase
Manchester Printworks Odeon
Manchester Red Vue
Manchester, Home Independent
Metrocentre Odeon
Milton Keynes Cineworld
Newham Showcase
Northampton Vue
Norwich PictureHouse
Norwich Vue
Nottingham CDL Showcase
Oxford PictureHouse
Oxford Vue
Paisley Showcase
Peterborough CDL Showcase
Plymouth Vue
Portsmouth Vue
Portsmouth, No. 6 Independent
Reading CDL Showcase
Sheffield Cineworld
Sheffield Vue
Shetland, Mareel Independent
Southampton PictureHouse
Southampton Odeon
Southend Odeon
Stirling Vue
Swansea Vue
Teesside Showcase
Walsall Showcase
Watford Vue
York PictureHouse
York Vue

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Ghost In The Shell: The New Movie

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Set in a futuristic Japan after the end of a brutal world war, science has advanced by leaps and bounds giving humanity the choice to prolong life and reduce suffering with the use of sophisticated cybernetics. With all of humanity linked into one system of minds and personalities known as ghosts, the biggest threat to civilization is the cyber terrorists capable of hijacking people’s bodies and memories.
When a ghost-infecting virus known as Fire-Starter begins spreading through the system resulting in the assassination of the Japanese Prime Minister, Major Motoko Kusanagi and her elite team of special operatives are called in to track down its source. As they delve deeper and deeper into their investigation, they uncover traces of government corruption and a shadowy broker that bears an all-too-familiar face.
When your target can be anywhere and look like anyone, the only choice you have is to trust your ghost, and hope you aren’t infected too.

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