Warner Village Cinemas was a chain of multiplex cinemas operated by Warner Brothers in the United Kingdom. Created in November 1996, it is a joint venture between Warner Bros.Intl. Theatres and Village Roadshow Australia. In the UK the chain was subsequently purchased by SBC International Cinemas in May 2003, which re-branded all cinemas as Vue. Warner Village Cinemas has been bought by the Benetton Group in Italy and will merge with Mediaset's Medusa Cinema to create The Space Cinema.
It was originally a joint venture between Warner Bros. International Theatres, Village Roadshow Australia and Focus Srl., the local Italian partner. The most notable Warner Village Cinema is in Leicester Square, London, and was a multiplex used only to host Warner film premieres. This theatre features two bas-relief sculptures, Sight and Sound, sculpted by Edward Bainbridge Copnall.