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Here's every single movie that will be on RTÉ this Christmas

The complete list.

THIS MORNING, RTÉ released its much-anticipated Christmas TV schedule – featuring a new show by Baz Ashmawy and his mam, a Bridget & Eamon Christmas Special and a half-hour animated film called Angela’s Christmas.

But Christmas telly is defined by the movies, and RTÉ also gave a detailed list of what they will be showing and when on the days surrounding the 25th:

RTÉ One

Gone Girl (23 December)

afflect Source: 20th Century Fox

Spectre (Christmas Eve)

James-Bond-Spectre-Opening-Action-Scene-Photos Source: Columbia

Finding Nemo (Christmas Day Matinee)

nemo2 Source: Pixar

Big Hero 6 (Christmas Day Matinee)

bighero2 Source: Disney

Brooklyn (Christmas Night)

brookly2 Source: Fox Searchlight

Cinderella (St Stephen’s Day)

cne Source: Disney

RTÉ 2

Love & Mercy (23 December)

bf2 Source: BFI

Guardians of the Galaxy (Christmas Night)

e2 Source: Disney

Kingsman: The Secret Service (St Stephen’s Night)

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (27 December)

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Birdman (28 December)

2sd Source: Fox Searchlight

Films that don’t appear to have slots yet

Avengers – Age of Ultron

ma3 Source: Marvel

Monument Men

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Jurassic World

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Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

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Hotel Transylvania 2 

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Horrible Bosses 2

bosses2 Source: YouTube

Daddy’s Home

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RTÉ also promises a special Christmas week for Harry Potter fans:

Harry Potter fans will be treated to a run of Harry Potter films airing across RTÉ2 during Christmas week, including a special hour long Harry Potter: a History of Magic on New Year’s Day.

Bring it.

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