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).
The next few months will see plenty of familiar faces return with the likes of Fast & Furious 8, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, Alien: Covenant and Pirates of the Caribbean 5 hitting cinemas.
We'll be updating this page throughout the year as new trailers are released. So, grab your popcorn...
Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge
Pirates of the Caribbean is back for a fifth entry in Salazar's Revenge.
It sees Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) resurface and he's determined to kill every pirate, starting with Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp).
Sparrow's only hope is to locate the Trident of Poseidon, an artefact that gives the owner total control of the seas.
Release date: 26th May
Some people stand in the darkness, afraid to step into the light. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is not one of those people.
The Baywatch crew investigates the shady practices of Priyanka Chopra's Victoria Leeds, but it hasn't forgotten its roots with plenty of beautiful people and lots of slow motion running.
Could it be the surprise hit of the summer?
Release date: 2nd June
After the dull as ditchwater Batman vs Superman, DC Comics' next film sees the star turn of BvS take the reigns with her first solo film.
Gal Gadot returns as Wonder Woman in this origin story that sees the Amazon princess leave her home and fight in the First World War.
With Chris Pine's Steve Trevor bringing the laughs, WW could be the hit DC needs after the critical savaging given to BvS and Suicide Squad.
Release date: 2nd June
Universal is rebooting its monster series and first up is The Mummy.
Sofia Boutella plays the titular character, who wakes in the modern day and wreaks havoc upon the world.
Starring Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe, the cast has plenty of star wattage, though it looks less tongue in cheek than the carefree Mummy series.
Release date: 9th June
Transformers: The Last Knight
We were left perplexed by the previous Transformers films and we have a similar feeling about The Last Knight.
The last we saw of Optimus Prime, he was travelling into space. In his absence the world appears to have come under attack.
With Optimus Prime attacking the Autobots (the good guys), just what happened to him?
Release date: 23rd June
After his appearance in Captain America: Civil War, Tom Holland reprises his role for Spider-Man: Homecoming.
As Peter Parker, he's balancing his high school life with that of being a superhero. Things start to go wrong when he's faced with a new threat in the Vulture (Michael Keaton).
With Robert Downey Jr. also onboard as Tony Stark, we have high hopes for this one.
Release date: 7th July
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War for the Planet of the Apes
War sees Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his apes try to stave off conflict with an army of humans led by the ruthless Colonel (Woody Harrelson).
Older, wiser but worn down by his previous battles, Caesar finds himself having to suppress his darker urges to avenge the apes he has lost.
With this battle set to determine the fate of both humans and apes, could War finally see the world become the planet of the apes?
Release date: 14th July
Christopher Nolan returns with his take on true story of the Allied forces 'successful' retreat from Dunkirk.
With the German army closing in around them, the troops have no option but to withdraw or face certain defeat.
With a cast that includes Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy and One Direction's Harry Styles, this looks like quite the World War Two epic.
Release date: 21st July
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Luc Besson's Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets sees two time-travelling agents on a mission to investigate a galactic empire.
With Dane DeHaan as Valerian and Cara Delevigne as Laureline, judging by the trailer they get in to all manner of scrapes, but little else is known about the plot.
Valerian does strike a similar vibe to Besson's The Fifth Element. Let's hope it's as good.
Release date: 4th August
From one of the directors behind the John Wick franchise, Atomic Blonde sees Charlize Theron beating the holy hell out of anyone who crosses her path.
Theron plays an undercover MI6 agent sent to Berlin to investigate the murder of a fellow agent, partnering with James McAvoy's David Percival to reveal the murderer's identity.
The trailer is restricted, so if you're not one for violence, avert your eyes.
Release date: 11th August
We're long overdue a film from Edgar Wright, so it's with some relish that we lock our sights on the trailer for the upcoming Baby Driver.
It tells the story of a getaway driver called Baby (Ansel Elgort), who gets involved in a bank heist that goes badly wrong.
With car chases set to music from Baby's iPod and Wright's trademark style, Baby Driver won't be your run-of-the-mill action film.
Release date: 16th August
The Dark Tower
Stephen King's huge fantasy series was long thought to be unfilmable, but it is finally hitting cinemas thirty-five years after the first novel was published.
The film follows Idris Elba's Roland Deschain, a gunslinger on a quest to find the the Dark Tower in the hope it can save all life from extinction. He faces opposition in Matthew McConaughey's Man in Black who appears to enjoy making Deschain's life very difficult.
The film is said to be a sequel to events in the book series, so if you want to know the whole story you best start reading.
Release date: 18th August
For those who haven't seen the original It TV series, the story is set in a town called Derry, where local kids are disappearing and leaving behind only torn body parts.
When it emerges that an evil clown called Pennywise is behind the disappearances - and is looking to take more children - a group of kids must face their fears and seek answers.
For anyone with coulrophobia (fear of clowns), It probably isn't the best film to see.
Release date: 8th September
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
After saving the world in Kingsman: The Secret Service, Gary 'Eggsy' Urwin (Taron Egerton) returns in this sequel.
With the Kingsman's headquarters destroyed, Eggsy and Merlin (Mark Strong) discover they have an ally in the Statesman, the US version of the Kingsman. They band together to try and stop this new enemy, most likely to be Julianne Moore's Poppy.
There's a welcome surprise with the reveal of Colin Firth, alive and missing an eye after his death in the first film. It seems he got better.
Release date: 29th September
Blade Runner 2049
Thirty-five years after Ridley Scott's Blade Runner comes a sequel. Ryan Gosling plays LAPD officer K, who uncovers a secret that could plunge society into chaos.
His discovery puts him on the trail of former Blade Runner Deckard (Harrison Ford), who has been missing for 30 years.
With Denis Villeneuve directing and Roger Deakins as the cinematographer, this promises to be unbelievably good.
Release date: 6th October
DC has a lot of ground to make up on Marvel and after a few films of set-up, it has decided to bring the Justice League together.
Teased (rather poorly) in Batman Vs. Superman, Ben Affleck's Batman enlists the help of metahumans across the world to help defend the planet.
Exactly what that threat is we're not sure, but rumour pegs it as Steppenwolf, an ally of Darkseid who was teased in BvS.
Release date: 17th November
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
With The Force Awakens ending with Rey (Daisy Ridley) finding Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), The Last Jedi continues that thread as she begins her Jedi training.
While the trailer doesn't give away too much (it is a teaser after all), it ends with a tantalising statement delivered by Luke Skywalker. Does he really want the Jedi order to end? And what will that mean for the fate of the galaxy?
Release date: 15th December