Regular shows will begin with the screening of Hollywood movies No Time to Die and Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
It is already Britain's biggest film release since the pandemic hit in early 2020, despite only being open for four days, sparking optimism of a revival for the beleaguered industry.
Earlier, Liverpool fan and 'James Bond' actor Daniel Craig had said that Jurgen Klopp would be capable of playing the iconic role.
When ghosts of his past come back to haunt him, Bond has to forgo his one true love and a lot more, to save the world from a bioweapon named Project Heracles.
Prince Charles, his wife Camilla, Prince William and his wife Kate the Duchess of Cambridge made a rare joint appearance at the premiere.
'No Time To Die,' Craig's last outing as the coveted British spy, James Bond, is set to release in the UK and Ireland from September 30.
The V8 Bond Edition features an extended black pack with 50.80 cm satin dark grey wheels, signature Xenon Blue front brake callipers and a 'Defender 007' rear badge.
The official handle of the @007 Twitter account posted the final international trailer of the movie and announced the release date.
The two studios on Wednesday announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire MGM for a purchase price of USD 8.45 billion.