Watch Everest on NOW TV.
14 day free trial, then £9.99 a month. No contract.
Riveting true account of the disastrous expedition up Mount Everest in 1996, based on the book by journalist Jon Krakauer. Jason Clarke plays expedition leader Rob Hall, who has the job of leading a group of high altitude enthusiasts - including Josh Brolin's gung-ho Texan and John Hawkes' blue collar adventurer - up the world's highest peak. However, poor weather and bad judgement result in catastrophe after the climbers reach the summit. Jake Gyllenhaal and Keira Knightley are among the stars forced to brave the emotional and physical ordeal.
Director: Baltasar Kormákur
Starring: Jason Clarke, Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Keira Knightley, Emily Watson, Robin Wright, Sam Worthington
Sky Cinema Start free trial
Start your 14 day free trial today and enjoy over 1,000 titles On Demand and a new premiere every day. Then the Movies keep rolling at just £9.99 a month, unless cancelled. No contract.
More like this
Babylon A.D.Available until 25 Jun 2018
Avengers: Age of UltronAvailable until 25 Mar 2017
Project AlmanacAvailable until 14 Jan 2017
InterstellarAvailable until 20 Nov 2016
Tomorrowland: A World BeyondAvailable until 01 May 2017
- Babylon A.D.
Available until 25 Jun 2018
Vin Diesel storms into futuristic action as a battle-scarred mercenary hired to smuggle a mysterious young woman and her escort - ninja nun Michelle Yeoh - from a Kazakh convent to New York. As if the journey wasn't dangerous enough, their every move is being tracked by a powerful religious order who consider the human package priceless but the delivery boy as totally expendable. Director Mathieu Kassovitz splices Children of Men with The Transporter for a Riddick-less sci-fi adventure.
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
Available until 25 Mar 2017
The first sequel to Marvel's epic superhero team-up sees Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) take on a new evil: robotic supervillain Ultron. He's got his maulers on Loki's omnipotent sceptre... and he's also got the help of a malevolent mind-bending witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and the anti-hero version of Billy Whizz (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). Returning director Joss Whedon piles on the quips and stunts while also making room for an unlikely romance.
- Project Almanac
Available until 14 Jan 2017
Teenage science geek David (Jonny Weston) discovers a bizarre contraption hidden by his late father in the basement of the family house. It turns out to be a "temporal displacement device" and - with the help of a couple of college buddies - he manages to get it working. Soon the trio plus David's sister Cristina (Virginia Gardner) are nipping back in time to cheat in exams, give payback to bullying students and fiddle the lottery. However, when David uses the time machine to woo classmate Jessie (Sofia Black-D'Elia) the past comes back to haunt him. This Michael Bay-produced sci-fi thriller will appeal to MTV generation kids.
Available until 20 Nov 2016
The Earth is in decline. A global food shortage, caused by an oxygen crisis that's killing crops, leaves the decimated human population eking out an existence in spite of dwindling hope. Fortunately, NASA have a secret plan: get everyone off the planet, and failing that, start a colony on another world beyond the stars, via a wormhole, revealed by a mysterious message from somewhere beyond deep space. Dark Knight visionary Christopher Nolan delivers another blockbuster-with-a-brain in this mesmerising tale of love, survival and astrophysics.
- Tomorrowland: A World Beyond
Available until 01 May 2017
After getting a glimpse of a futuristic utopia from a mysterious pin, super-smart teenager Casey (Britt Robertson) tracks down a reclusive inventor (George Clooney) who lived there as a boy. Now exiled from the place and clearly paranoid, he's convinced the world is about to end. But with Casey's arrival, it seems the future is not so certain... Think Spy Kids meets A. I. as the director of The Incredibles and the writer of Lost strap you into a sci-fi roller coaster powered by positive thinking, big ideas and whizzy special effects.
Watch on loads of devices
Watch on your NOW TV Box, Chromecast, PS4™, PS3™, Xbox One, Xbox®360, Roku, YouView, LG Smart TV, PC or Mac, Mobile*, Tablet and more.