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).
Blade Runner 2049, Ready Player One, The Dark Tower, It, Kingsman and Justice League are just some of the new releases coming to cinemas this year and in 2018.
We'll be updating this page as new movie trailers are released. So, grab your popcorn...
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: 2nd 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
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
American Made is the story of Tom Cruise's Barry Seal, a pilot who worked for the CIA and as a drug runner during the 1980s.
Reunited Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman with his lead actor, this looks like a story that's too crazy to be true. One incident sees Cruise's Seal chased by the DEA, land in a nearby neighbourhood and, while covered in the drugs he's transporting, flee the area on a bicycle.
Release date: 25th August
The Hitman's Bodyguard
The trailer for Ryan Reynolds' and Samuel L Jackson's The Hitman's Bodyguard conjures up memories of Lethal Weapon and, of course, The Bodyguard.
It sees Reynolds' bodyguard character assigned to protect Jackson's hitman so he can testify at the International Court of Justice.
Set to Whitney Houston's I Will always Love You and a number of ridiculous stunts, it looks like a tongue in cheek piece of late summer fun.
Release date: 18th August
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Logan Lucky marks the return of director Steven Soderberg four years after he announced his retirement from making films.
Lucky sees two brothers (played by Channing Tatum and Adam Driver) attempt a heist in order to reverse a family curse.
Coming across as a film The Coen Brothers could have made, it stars Daniel Craig attempting one of the more over-the-top accents you're likely to hear in 2017.
Release date: 25th 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: 20th 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 very good indeed.
Release date: 6th October
Thor finds himself in a spot of bother in the latest instalment of this Marvel series.
With Mjolnir smashed to pieces and Cate Blanchett's Hela threatening Asgard with extinction, Thor finds himself captured on the other side of the universe and forced to fight in gladiatorial battles.
Can our hammer-wielding hero escape and save Asgard before Hela destroys it? Almost certainly, we'd imagine.
Release date: 27th October
The first Paddington film was a surprise smash hit, charming the socks off anyone who saw. The sequel hopes to achieve the same success.
Happily settled with the Brown family, Paddington works a number of odd jobs to buy a present for his Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday, only for the gift to be stolen.
Release date: November 10th
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
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
22 years after the classic Robin Williams version comes a brand new Jumanji adventure, starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson as Dr. Smolder Bravestone.
This time it's not a board game but an old video console that sucks four high school kids into the jungle, where they face the arduous task of having to beat the game before they can return home.
Expect plenty of cheesy jokes and plenty of shots of The Rock sweating.
Release date: 26th December
Pacific Rim: Uprising
This belated follow-up to Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim sees John Boyega's Jake Pentecost, son of Idris Elba's Stacker Penetcost, take on the Jaeger mantle.
Del Toro dropped out for this film with Steven S. DeKnight now sitting in the director's chair. Little can be gleaned from this promo teaser, but we're expecting the kaiju will make a return. Or will there be a new threat?
Release date: 23rd February, 2018
Ready Player One
Ernest Cline's sci-fi novel gets the big screen treatment, courtesy of Steven Spielberg, in this eagerly-awaited virtual reality romp. The film focuses on Wade Owen Watts (Tye Sheridan), who escapes the daily slog of his life by entering into the OASIS, a virtual reality game created by James Haliday (Mark Rylance).
Haliday has hidden his fortune within the OASIS - and his death prompts an almighty hunt for the riches. If this first trailer is anything to go by, we can expect a film chock-full of pop culture references and ready to give your AV system a thorough workout.
Release date: 30th March, 2018