Dublin cinema announces MORE dog-friendly screenings and we're so excited 2 years ago

Dublin cinema announces MORE dog-friendly screenings and we're so excited

YES.

In case you haven't heard, The Lighthouse Cinema had a dog-friendly screening this past weekend.

What appeared to be dozens of dogs packed out the cinema to see the Wes Anderson movie, Isle of Dogs, which is due to hit Irish cinemas on Friday, March 30.

And the photos were just too cute.

Just look at their little faces.

And because there was such a high demand for tickets (they were gone within minutes of going on sale), the Lighthouse Cinema have announced that they are going to be holding three more dog-friendly screenings this weekend.

That's right, the cinema will be showing the movie at 10am on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

But you'll have to be quick, these tickets won't be sticking around long.

They announced the news on Twitter, writing:

"Due to huge demand we have added 3 more screenings of across the !

"10am Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Tickets go live at 3pm so stay tuned!"

The stop-motion animated Wes Anderson film stars Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Jeff Goldblum, Gretta Gerwig and Frances McDormand among many others.

Set in a dystopian near-future, it follows a young boy who goes searching for his dog, Spots, after all dogs are banished to an island due to an illness outbreak.