Love Island Movie Night set for huge comeback- and fans only have days to wait

Love Island's much-anticipated Movie Night is set to make a comeback this weekend.

The buzz is real as it's been confirmed that the Islanders will cosy up and relive moments from their journey in the villa during Sunday's (July 7) episode of the hit ITV2 dating show.

Voiceover king Iain Stirling broke the thrilling news at the close of Friday's (July 5) show, sending fans into a frenzy as they flocked to social media to express their glee.

Over on X, previously known as Twitter, one eager viewer wrote: "Movie night is backkkk omg can't wait for these scummy men being exposed."

Another chimed in with: "No matter what it is, Nicole will 10000% be crying this Sunday on Movie Night.", reports the Daily Star.

This iconic Movie Night traditionally reveals how the Islanders' partners behaved during the notorious Casa Amor twist and tends to follow several episodes later.

But this time around, showrunners have opted to shake things up by introducing the challenge earlier, now dubbed Love Island's Film Festival, aiming to captivate the 3.4 million viewers who've been hooked on this series.

Cast your minds back to 2021 when the segment ignited such a heated argument it became Ofcom's most complained-about moment of the year. Who could forget Faye Winter's explosive reaction to Teddy Soares over a misleading clip, despite Teddy proving his loyalty?

In the latest instalment, voiceover maestro Iain couldn't resist a cheeky jibe at Rishi Sunak following Labour's victory over the Conservatives, with Rishi Sunak and his party facing a crushing blow at the ballot box.

He quipped: "Everyone's woken up thinking about last night. Big decisions were made. Hearts were broken and someone ended up in tears screaming 'why? ' But enough about Rishi Sunak."

Love Island narrator Iain Stirling issued a hilarious four-word warning on Saturday's Unseen Bits when one Islander vowed to take over his job
Love Island narrator Iain Stirling issued a hilarious four-word warning on Saturday's Unseen Bits when one Islander vowed to take over his job

The chat quickly moved on to the dramatic Casa Amor recoupling aftermath, where Ayo chose Jess, leaving Mimii flying solo. Meanwhile, sparks are flying between Wil and Uma following revelations of his Casa Amor shenanigans.

And it's not looking rosy for Sean and Matilda either, after all was revealed about his Casa Amor antics.

Love Island continues weeknights on ITV2 from 9pm