It's the news every movie fan wanted to hear - Harrogate's new Everyman cinema is about to open.
Talking to the chain's chief executive Crispin Lilly earlier today inside the building site, he revealed the new cinema will open to the public on Friday, September 9.
Located in the former site of the now demolished Beales department store at the corner of Albert Street and Station Parade, as well as five separate screens with bespoke decor and seating, there will also be a restaurant and bar.
The Harrogate cinema will be the 19th Everyman nationwide and is expected to boast the latest Dolby Atmos audio technology.
Best known for ditching traditional cinema seat and popcorn in favour of comfy sofas and pizzas, the Everyman will be presenting a broad range of films from blockbusters to boutique offerings.
In total it will have more than 400 seats.