Keep the popcorn coming.

With the big-budget "Power Rangers" movie and Alec Baldwin's "Boss Baby" slated for release in March, you could spend the rest of the season in the theaters.

Here are the big pictures you won't want to miss.

‘The Lost City of Z’ (April 14)

This biopic about Col. Percival Fawcett chronicles the
This biopic about Col. Percival Fawcett chronicles the explorer's search through the Amazon for the title city. Starring Tom Holland, Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson. (Credit: Amazon Studios / Bleecker Stree / Aidan Monaghan)

‘Their Finest’ (April 7)

This comic drama follows a crew of filmmakers
This comic drama follows a crew of filmmakers in World War II-era England tasked with making propaganda films. It has a focus on the impact of women in the field, with Gemma Arterton playing a copywriter tasked with providing a female perspective for the films. Also starring Bill Nighy and Sam Clafin. (Credit: STX Entertainment / Nicola Dove)

‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ (April 7)

Could there a lost village of Smurfs? The
Could there a lost village of Smurfs? The voice cast here is insane, including Julia Roberts, Mandy Patinkin, Rainn Wilson, Jack McBrayer and more big names. I'm going to guess they were more enticed by the color green than the color blue. (Credit: Sony Pictures Animation)

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‘Going In Style’ (April 7)

Zach Braff directs this remake of a 1970s
Zach Braff directs this remake of a 1970s comedy about a trio of geriatric pals who rob a bank so they can get money to make ends meet. Starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin. (Credit: Warner Bros. / Atsushi Nishijima)

‘Gifted’ (April 7)

One-time couple Chris Evans and Jenny Slate star
One-time couple Chris Evans and Jenny Slate star in this drama about a man raising his genius niece (McKenna Grace) and the tense custody battle with the child's grandmother (Lindsay Duncan). Directed by Marc Webb ("(500) Days of Summer") and also starring the wonderful Octavia Spencer. (Credit: Twentieth Century Fox / Wilson Webb)

‘Ghost in the Shell’ (March 31)

Adapted from the classic manga by Masamune Shirow,
Adapted from the classic manga by Masamune Shirow, Scarlett Johansson plays a cyborg tasked with taking down hackers. There has been some controversy for hiring Johansson to play a character who was Japanese. (Credit: Paramount Pictures / DreamWorks)

‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ (March 31)

Based on the book by Diane Ackerman, this
Based on the book by Diane Ackerman, this drama, based on a true story, tells about a couple who ran the Warsaw Zoo who helped save people -- and animals -- during the German invasion of Poland in World War II. Starring Jessica Chasten, Johan Heldenbergh and Daniel Brühl. (Credit: Focus Features / Anne Marie Fox)

‘Boss Baby’ (March 31)

Oh the jokes to be made about actor
Oh the jokes to be made about actor Alec Baldwin playing a character called the Boss Baby. We're not going to make those here, but this animated flick features the frequent "Saturday Night Live" guest voicing an alpha baby who is trying to make sure that the tots are loved more than dogs. The trailer does have a "Glengarry Glen Ross" reference, so there's that. (Credit: DreamWorks Animation)

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‘Life’ (March 24)

Six astronauts are investigating a capsule from Mars
Six astronauts are investigating a capsule from Mars which might prove there is life on the Red Planet. But things are a lot more complicated and dangerous than they think in this sci-fi horror film. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson and Ryan Reynolds. (Credit: Columbia Pictures / Alex Bailey)

‘Wilson’ (March 24)

Adapted from a graphic novel by Dan Clowes
Adapted from a graphic novel by Dan Clowes ("Ghost World"), who also wrote the script, this comedy follows the title character, a lonely middle aged guy played by Woody Harrelson, on a journey to get an "insta-family," with his estranged wife and daughter he's never met. Also starring Laura Dern and Isabella Amara. (Credit: Twentieth Century Fox / Wilson Webb)

‘CHiPS’ (March 24)

Dax Shepard writes, directs and stars in this
Dax Shepard writes, directs and stars in this adaptation of the 1970s/80s motorcycle cop series. He plays Jon Baker opposite Michael Peña's Frank "Ponch" Poncherello as they keep the Los Angeles streets safe from all sorts of criminals -- and some dirty cops. Also starring Kristen Bell, Maya Rudolph and Ryan Hansen. (Credit: Warner Bros. / Peter Iovino)

‘Power Rangers’ (March 24)

The popular children's show about multi-colored heroes gets
The popular children's show about multi-colored heroes gets a big budget movie with the Power Rangers, in their big robotic Zords, fighting Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks). Starring Becky G., Naomi Scott, Dacre Montgomery, Ludi Lin, RJ Cyler and, oddly, Bryan Cranston. (Credit: Lionsgate / Kimberley French)

‘The Belko Experiment’ (March 17)

This horror film, with a script from
This horror film, with a script from "Guardians of the Galaxy" mastermind James Gunn, has a crazy concept where 80 workers are locked in an office building and told through an intercom that if they don't kill 30 people in 2 hours, 60 of them will die. Starring Tony Goldwyn, John C. McGinley, John Gallagher Jr., Adria Arjona and Michael Rooker. (Credit: MGM)

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‘Burn Your Maps’ (March 17)

"Room" star Jacob Tremblay plays a young boy who one day starts believing that he's a Mongolian goat herder, which, as you might imagine, causes some problems at home. Also starring Vera Farmiga, Virginia Madsen and Marton Csokas. (Credit: Cinelou Films)

‘T2: Trainspotting’ (March 17)

Set 20 years after the original film, Ewan
Set 20 years after the original film, Ewan McGregor's Mark Renton is back in Scotland and gets the crew of Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie back together in this sequel from returning director Danny Boyle. (Credit: Sony Pictures / Jaap Buitendijk)

‘All Nighter’ (March 17)

After his daughter goes missing, a father and
After his daughter goes missing, a father and his daughter's ex-boyfriend have to team up to find her in this comedy. Starring J.K. Simmons, Analeigh Tipton, Emile Hirsch and Kristen Schaal. (Credit: Beth Dubber)

‘Beauty and the Beast’ (March 17)

This tale as old as time goes live
This tale as old as time goes live action as Disney brings its beloved animated to musical to life with Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the Beast. And yes, all your favorite talking housewares are here, from Lumiere (Ewan McGregor) to Mrs. Potts (Emma Thompson). (Credit: Disney)

‘Song to Song’ (March 17)

A movie with
A movie with "Song" in the title that also stars Ryan Gosling? Could this be "La La Land 2?" No. This is the latest Terrence Malick film, a twisting romantic drama with an all-star cast of Gosling, Natalie Portman, Rooney Mara, Michael Fassbender, Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett set in the Austin, Texas, music scene. (Credit: Broad Green Pictures / Van Redin)

‘The Sense of an Ending’ (March 10)

Based on a novel by Julian Barnes, Jim
Based on a novel by Julian Barnes, Jim Broadbent stars in this drama as a man dealing with issues from his past that come to a boil after he is bequeathed his friend's diary, which is being held by his old love (Charlotte Rampling). (Credit: CBS Films / Lionsgate / Robert Viglasky)

‘Personal Shopper’ (March 10)

Kristen Stewart stars in this ghost story from
Kristen Stewart stars in this ghost story from acclaimed French director Olivier Assayas about a personal shopper in Paris working for a German model and designer who tries to contact her dead twin brother. This won Assayas best director at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016. (Credit: IFC Films)

‘Kong: Skull Island’ (March 10)

The classic movie monster gets another cinematic showcase
The classic movie monster gets another cinematic showcase in this fun action/adventure set in the 1970s. A group of explorers head off to the dangerous Skull Island where they encounter the giant ape and a slew of other dangerous creatures. The all-star cast features Tom Hiddleston, John Goodman, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson and John C. Reilly. (Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures / Chuck Zlotnick)