Whether you want to plan your cinema trips or your Blu-ray purchases, we’ve rounded up a bunch of trailers for the films we think are worth looking out for (with an emphasis on system-shaking blockbusters).
For those not interested in watching England surely win the World Cup in Russia, there are some offerings available this summer from action films such as Skyscraper and Mission: Impossible Fallout, to family friendly fare in Ant-Man sequel and The Incredibles 2.
We'll be updating this page as new trailers are released. So, grab your popcorn...
Sicario: Day of the Soldado
Dennis Villeneuve's Sicario was a fantastic thriller and if you're a fan you may be happy a sequel is on the way.
With the drugs war escalating to the point where cartels are trafficking terrorists across the US-Mexico border, federal agent Matt Graver (Josh Brolin) re-teams with Benicio Del Toro's mysterious Alejandro to put a stop to it.
With Villeneuve stepping away to make Blade Runner 2049 and much of the original crew moving on, can Soldado be as good as Sicario? We'll have to wait and see.
Release date: 29th June
In a film that looks like its channelling the classic Irwin Allen disaster films of the 70s, Dwayne Johnson stars as a former FBI agent Will Ford who is tasked with checking out the tallest and safest building in the world.
But after the building comes under attack, it turns out it's not so safe. Ford is framed for the fire, so The Rock is going to have take names, crack skulls and figure out how to rescue his family trapped inside the building.
Release date: 12th July
The first Incredibles was fantastic, but we've had to (glumly) wait fourteen years for a sequel.
And the film takes place not long after the end of the first film (facing off against The Underminer) as the Parr family struggles to maintain a normal life. Further disruption ensues when Bob/Mr Incredible realises that Jack-Jack has super powers.
With likes of Samuel L. Jackson's Frozone returning and Bob Odenkirk and Catherine Keener joining the voice cast, July cannot come soon enough.
Release date: 13th July
Mission: Impossible Fallout
Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt is back, accepting what could be his most dangerous mission yet.
With Rebecca Ferguson's llsa Faust and Sean Harris' Solomon Lane returning, the fallout of the title could refer to Hunt's past (or a nuclear weapon).
With plenty of ankle-breaking stunts, new characters (including Henry Cavill), Fallout looks set to take the Mission series to even loftier heights.
Release date: 26th July
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Ant-Man And The Wasp
The first Ant-Man was a charming effort and its sequel looks set to keep that irreverent tone.
Ant-Man And The Wasp is set after the events of Civil War and finds Paul Rudd's Scott Lang together again with Michael Douglas's Hank Pym and Evangeline Lilly's Hope van Dyne on an urgent mission.
Little is known about the threat they face, but after the superhero smackdown that is Infinity War, this could be a welcome palate cleanser.
Release date: 3rd August
Finally, there's a movie about gigantic prehistoric shark and we've sent our best man, Jason Statham, to bosh it on the nose.
Statham plays Jonas Taylor, a former Navy captain and diver. His expertise is needed when a 70 foot (!) shark attacks a group of scientists, leaving them trapped underwater in a sunken submersible.
Expect plenty of awful jokes, scared children and animals in peril in what could genuinely be a fun film.
Release date: 10th August
Sony has wasted no time in following up Spider-Man: Homecoming with Venom starring Tom Hardy.
With a cast that includes Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams and Riz Ahmed, the trailer is light on details, but seems to indicate the character is more of an anti-hero than villain.
Venom hasn't been well-served on the big screen, but perhaps this film can put that right.
Release date: 5th October
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
After gadding about New York in the original Fantastic Beasts, the sequel is a mix of the old and new.
The Crimes of Grindelwald sees Hogwarts and its illustrious headmaster Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) return, as the threat to wizarding world increases with Gellert Grindlewald (Johnny Depp) out of prison.
Grindelwald sees Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston and Dan Fogler all return, as well as Ezra Miller, who's back from the dead with a much-improved haircut.
Release date: November 16th
Quite possibly the most bizarre idea for a film in 2018, Mortal Engines sees cities surviving on a now desolate Earth by moving around on giant wheels and 'eating' up smaller towns to restock their resources.
Based on Philip Reeve's popular book series, it comes with a script written by Lord Of The Rings trio Fran Walsh, Phillipa Boyens and Peter Jackson.
If the film delivers on the images in the trailer, it's bound to be a crazy tale.
Release date: 14th December
Alita: Battle Angel
Manga adaptation Battle Angel Alita was on James Cameron's wishlist before he made Avatar. Cameron remains onboard the project as producer, passing over the directorial reigns to Robert Rodriguez.
Alita is a tale of a cyborg who can't remember who she is or where she came from, but is determined to find the truth about her origin in a world that's unrelentingly harsh.
Though she looks like she's the recipient of a Snapchat filter, it stays true to the character. This could be a return to form for Rodriguez, who certainly needs it after the disposable Sin City 2.
Release date: 26th December 2018
The New Mutants
With Legion, Logan and now The Gifted entertaining audiences, the X-Men series expands further with The New Mutants.
Described as a superhero horror film, The New Mutants features five young mutants coming to terms with their powers inside a secret facility. Can they escape and save themselves?
With the filmmakers citing Stephen King and haunted-house movies as touchstones, The New Mutants may boast as many shocks as it does thrills. We'll have to wait until 2019 to see it, as it's been significantly delayed from its 2018 release date.
Release date: 2nd August 2019