Triple bill of sci-fi adventures. In 'Mortal Engines' (2018), set in the future where cities are motorised and capable of consuming smaller traction towns, Thaddeus Valentine (Hugo Weaving) is the chief navigator of London, one of the most powerful predator cities in the world. When she was only eight-years-old Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar)'s mother (Caren Pistorius) was murdered by Thaddeus. Years later Hester enlists the help of rogue outlaw Anna Fang (Jihae) and outcast Tom Natsworthy (Robert Sheehan) to seek retribution for her mother's death. In 'The Great Wall' (2016), after travelling thousands of miles to China in search of a mystical weapon, mercenaries William Garin (Matt Damon) and Pero Tovar (Pedro Pascal) join forces with an elite army of soldiers making a valiant stand against a swarm of ancient creatures. Upon learning that the Great Wall of China serves as the last barrier keeping the world safe from the mysterious threat from the lands beyond, Garin and Tovar vow to join the battle and help Chinese Commander Lin Mei (Tian Jing) and her forces in their epic fight for survival. Finally, 'Warcraft: The Beginning' (2016) follows the initial encounters between the humans and orcs as Azeroth stands on the brink of war. When a dark portal is opened that connects the human-inhabited Azeroth with Draenor, home of the orc clans, the peace of both lands is disrupted. The warring orcs, whose world is dying, travel to Azeroth to conquer the kingdom of King Llane Wrynn (Dominic Cooper), who must attempt to make peace with this hostile, destructive force. Leader of the human forces Anduin Lothar (Travis Fimmel) and his orc counterpart Durotan (Toby Kebbell) are sent to do battle in an epic clash which will come to shape the futures of their people and their worlds.