What does love have to do with it?

Freyung. For documentary filmmaker Zoe, finding the right person isn’t easy, especially since dating apps only get her dates with the wrong people. This also doesn’t go unnoticed by her messy mother, Cath, who drives Zoe to despair with the odd snide comment or two and tries to set her up with the vet who treats her dog…”What’s love got to do with it“ – from now on in Cineplex Freyung. And also:

“Mummies: A Totally Intricate Adventure” : Three mummies live in an underground secret city in ancient Egypt. The trio includes a princess, a former charioteer and his younger brother. Through a series of unfortunate events, the mummies end up in present-day London – and embark on a crazy and fun journey in search of an ancient ring…

„Perfect Addiction“ : Sienna Lane is a successful UFC coach. Her boyfriend is reigning MMA champion Jax. When Sienna finds out her lover is cheating on her with her own sister, she decides to get revenge on him – at a point where he is particularly vulnerable…

Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaWhen Scott Lang’s daughter Cassie develops a device that would allow communication with the Quantum Empire, the experiment ends in disaster…

Magic Mike – The Last Dance” : Mike Lane is now past his days as stripper Magic Mike. His money problems and a failed business deal force him to work as a bartender in Miami. After all, one day he also gets to know and love the woman Maxandra Mendoza, who offers him the chance to fulfill his true dream…


– Will Zoe find Mr. Right? –

How do you find a love that lasts? The documentary filmmaker Zoe (Lily James) has not yet found her Mr. Right, even with all sorts of apps. After all, she has brought back a lot of funny anecdotes from her bad dates, which is of no consolation to her impatient mother Cath (Emma Thompson). For Zoe’s childhood friend and neighbor Kazim (Shazad Latif), however, things are clear.

He follows his parents’ example and chooses an arranged marriage with an intelligent and beautiful bride from Pakistan. When Zoe accompanies him from London to Lahore with her camera, she doesn’t just film Kazim’s journey to meet a stranger his parents have chosen for him. She also wonders if this completely different path to love can point her search in a new direction.

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Comedy/ Romance, Great Britain 2021, Duration: 110 minutes, FSK 6, Director: Shekhar Kapur, with: Lily James, Emma Thompson, Shazad Latif, Taj Atwal

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– Film adaptation of the bestselling novel –

From one moment to the next, the world collapses for the UFC trainer Sienna Lane (Kiana Madeira): When she catches her great love Jax (Matthew Noszka) cheating with her younger sister of all people, she is left with nothing: no place to stay, no money, no family. What remains is bottomless disappointment and huge anger. And soon a plan to get revenge on Jax.

It is only thanks to Sienna that he became champion in mixed martial arts: There is no better trainer! Now, she’s determined to prepare Jax’s biggest rival, Kayden Williams (Ross Butler), for the final match by any means necessary to get back at Jax where it hurts him most: in the ring. But as Sienna and Kayden grow closer, and not just in training, the road to the championship becomes increasingly complicated.

Drama/ Romance, USA 2023, Director: Castille Landon, Featuring: Kiana Madeira, Matthew Noszka, Jay DeMerit

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– Phase 5 of the Marvel Universe Begins –

In Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which officially kicks off Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, superhero partners Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) return to continue their adventures as Ant-Man and the Wasp to continue.

Together with Hope’s parents Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) they find themselves in the quantum realm, which they now explore together and come across strange new creatures. An exciting adventure awaits them that will surpass anything they ever thought possible and also lead them to Kang (Jonathan Majors)…

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Action/ Fantasy, USA 2023, Regie: Peyton Reed, mit: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas

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– A Totally Intricate Adventure –

The film is about the hilarious adventures of three Egyptian mummies who live in an underground secret city in ancient Egypt. The trio consists of a princess, a former chariot driver and his younger brother – and then there’s their pet, a baby crocodile.

Through a series of unfortunate events, the mummies end up in present-day London. There they embark on a wacky and hilarious mission to find an ancient ring belonging to the royal family that was stolen by ambitious archaeologist Lord Carnaby.

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– The grand finale of the Magic Mike series –

“Magic” Mike Lane (Tatum) returns to the stage after an extended hiatus. After a business deal collapses, penniless Mike has to make ends meet bartending in Florida. Then a wealthy society lady (Hayek Pinault) makes him an offer he can’t refuse.

In the hope that this will be his last big job, he travels to London with her – and soon discovers that his client has her own agenda. Everything is at stake when Mike finds out what she’s really up to. Will he (and the crew of hot new dancers he needs to get in shape) pull off the big show?

Comedy, USA 2023, Duration: 113 minutes, FSK 12, Director: Steven Soderbergh, mit: Channing Tatum, Selma Hayek, Caitlin Gerard

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What else is going on?

Not the only highlight: Super Monday at the Cineplex

“The big prize” at the Cineplex Freyung: Everyone is a winner!

Behind the scenes (I): Da Hog’n was visiting the theater manager Hans-Jürgen “HaJü” Hödl and his two helpers. You can read the result here.

Behind the scenes (II): Sweets, snacks and especially ice cream are extremely popular with cinema-goers at the Cineplex Freyung. You can read here who prefers to take care of all the delicacies.

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Behind the scenes (III): Popcorn, Nachos & Co.: When the film becomes a minor matter in the cinema. Since Hog’n, Anja Böhme, deputy theater manager, looked over her shoulder while making popcorn.

Behind the Scenes (IV): “Dusted”: Niklas Domani’s passion for collecting cinema posters

A special kind of cinema evening: Sweat, vodka – and absorbent knit socks

Behind the scenes (V): A black and gray box that means the (cinema) world today

Behind the Scenes (VI): Cineplex Freyung: The cinema that also thinks about the environment

Behind the scenes (VII): Cinema boss Sebastian Vesper: “The Freyung location is safe”

Behind the scenes (VIII): Summer doldrums in the cinema: myth or reality?

Behind the Scenes (IX): When it comes to personnel issues, Cineplex Freyung attaches great importance to a “nice mix”

Behind the Scenes (X): Faith in the cinema – anything but science fiction

Behind the Scenes (XI): Cinema gastronomy 2.0: Cinnamon rolls in Passau’s “ProLi”

Behind the Scenes (X): Online film deal: Cineplex Freyung relies on the World Wide Web

Behind the Scenes (XI): Everything cinema, or what? The Freyunger Cineplex employees in a quick interview

Behind the Scenes (XII): KulturkreisCineplexART: When culture is anything but boring

Behind the Scenes (XIII): “People want action again”: Life is back at the Cineplex Freyung

Behind the Scenes (XIV): After a long Corona break at the Cineplex Freyung: finally cinema again! (Video)

Behind the Scenes (XV): Cineplex Freyung: Successful restart after Corona break

Behind the scenes (XVI): Comfort plus in the Cineplex Freyung: “Wia dahoam in the living room”

Behind the Scenes (XVII): Having fun and doing good: Not impossible in the Cineplex

Behind the Scenes (XVIII): Allow: Freyung’s Cineplex cinema now a test center

Behind the Scenes (XIX): Cineplex: Why not rent the entire cinema hall right away?

Behind the Scenes (XX): After a long Corona break: The film café is back!

Behind the scenes (XXI): Cineplex cinema and summer – that goes together perfectly

Behind the Scenes (XXII): “Outstanding programme”: Cineplex recognized by FFF Bayern

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