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).
Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Ready Player One, Black Panther 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...
The first Paddington film was a surprise smash hit, charming the socks off anyone who saw it. The sequel hopes to achieve the same success.
Now 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.
Expect one or two of Paddington's famous hard stares.
Release date: 10th November
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 v Superman, Ben Affleck's Batman enlists the help of metahumans across the world to help defend the planet from Steppenwolf (Ciaran Hinds), an ally of Darkseid who was mentioned in BvS.
We hope it's of the quality of Wonder Woman than Batman v Superman and if it turns out to be good, it could help cement DC's place as a worthy challenger to Marvel's Cinematic Universe.
Release date: 16th 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 by Luke Skywalker. Does he really want the Jedi order to end? And what does that mean for the fate of the galaxy?
Release date: 14th December
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Twenty-two 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: 20th December
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The Greatest Showman
Now that Hugh Jackman has ditched his adamantium claws he can get back to one of his true passions – singing and dancing.
The Greatest Showman is an original musical that takes inspiration from PT Barnum (played by Jackman), founder of the circus that became the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus.
With a huge cast that includes Michelle Williams, Zac Efron and Spider-Man: Homecoming's Zendaya, could Showman follow last year's La La Land and become a huge musical hit?
Release date: 1st January 2018
Alexander Payne's latest film Downsizing is a high concept idea about a small subject.
The world is changing following the invention of a shrinking technology that allows people to be reduced to just four inches tall. Intended as a way of saving the environment, Matt Damon's Paul Safranek undergoes the procedure to get away from the woes of living a full-sized life.
It's an enjoyable comedy with a shrewd take on a number of social issues. Look out for Christoph Waltz as Dusan Mirkovic who steals every scene he's in.
Release date: 19th January 2018
Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis's previous collaboration was the fantastic There Will Be Blood, so we can hardly wait to see Phantom Thread.
Set in 1950s London, Day-Lewis plays Reynolds Woodcock, a renowned dressmaker who works with his sister Cyril (Lesley Manville). The pair are at the centre of British fashion, however Woodcock's life is disrupted when he meets Alma (Vicky Krieps), who soon becomes his muse and lover.
Can he focus on his work, or will love tear him apart? Phantom Thread is set to be Day-Lewis's final film before he enters into a second retirement. What a career he's had.
Release date: 2nd February 2018
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Delayed for a year after Dylan O'Brien sustained serious injuries on set, the latest in the Maze Runner series sees O'Brien's Thomas embark on his most dangerous mission yet.
He and his group of escaped 'Gladers' must break into the last city on earth and infiltrate a WCKD controller labyrinth, save their friends and find a cure for the deadly disease known as the 'Flare'.
The Maze Runner is a decent series that's improved with each outing, can The Death Cure end it on a high?
Release date: 9th February 2018
After the events of Civil War, T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns to the technolgically advanced, yet reclusive, homeland of Wakanda, ready to inherit his throne.
But he's not the only one with eyes on it. Michael B. Jordan's Erik Killmonger challenges T'Challa, with Andy Serkis' Ulysses Klaue also looking to topple the new king.
It's Marvel Cinematic Universe's first film and, with a predominantly black cast and Creed director Ryan Coogler in the hot seat, it feels far different from previous MCU films.
Release date: 12th February 2018
Films based on video games haven't tended to be very good, so we approach the Tomb Raider reboot with a healthy dose of skepticism.
That's alleviated somewhat by Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft, and a storyline based on the recent game reboot that successfully reintroduced the character.
So while we're still waiting for an enjoyable video game film, we can but hope this is the one. It certainly can't be worse than last year's Assassin's Creed, can it?
Release date: 16th March 2018
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 Pentecost, 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 March 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 grind 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
The New Mutants
The X-Men universe is on a roll, 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, 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.
Release date: 11th April 2018