Keep the popcorn coming.

With Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler and Jason Mantzoukas starring in "The House" and the new "Spider-Man" movie on the way, you could spend the rest of the season in the theaters.

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

‘Tulip Fever’ (Aug. 25)

This costume drama set in 17th-century Amsterdam follows
This costume drama set in 17th-century Amsterdam follows an artist who falls in love with a married woman. Starring Cara Delevingne, Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan, Christoph Waltz, and, oddly enough, Zach Galifianakis. (Credit: The Weinstein Company/Alex Bailey)

‘The Dark Tower’ (Aug. 4)

This Stephen King adaptation has been in development
This Stephen King adaptation has been in development hell going back to 2007. A decade later, and numerous creative teams later, the fantasy adventure about the mysterious Gunslinger and his quest to stop the Man in Black is finally hitting the big screen. From director Nikolaj Arcel and staring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey. (Credit: Columbia Pictures / Ilze Kitshoff)

‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’ (July 28)

In this ever so timely follow up to
In this ever so timely follow up to the Al Gore documentary, the Vice President follows up on the climate change battle, and looks at how the situation is now, especially in light of President Donald Trump's dismissal of the issue. (Credit: Sundance Institute)

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISE HERE

‘Atomic Blonde’ (July 28)

Charlize Theron takes the lead in this kinetic
Charlize Theron takes the lead in this kinetic spy thriller about a British agent set during the Cold War in Berlin. Directed by David Leitch, and also starring James McAvoy, John Goodman and Sofia Boutella, who was great in "Kingsman: The Secret Service" and "Star Trek Beyond." (Credit: Universal PIctures / Jonathan Prime)

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ (July 7)

After his turn in
After his turn in "Captain America: Civil War," Spider-Man (Tom Holland) gets his own movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where he has to face off against The Vulture (Michael Keaton) Expect to see some familiar faces from the other Marvel movies as well. (Credit: Columbia Pictures / Chuck Zlotnick)

‘The House’ (June 30)

When they can't pay for their parents college,
When they can't pay for their parents college, a couple opens up a underground casino. The comedy stars Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler and Jason Mantzoukas. (Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures / Glen Wilson)

‘Despicable Me 3’ (June 30)

Steve Carell does double duty in this animated
Steve Carell does double duty in this animated sequel, playing both the evil villain with a heart of gold Gru and his brother Dru. And, of course, there will be minions. You can't escape them. I've tried. (Credit: Illumination Entertainment / Universal Pictures )

‘Baby Driver’ (June 28)

The new film from writer/director Edgar Wright (
The new film from writer/director Edgar Wright ("Shaun of the Dead") follows the getaway driver fueled by a soundtracks going through his ear buds, taking on a crazy heist. The film was pretty beloved at South by Southwest, with people raving about the stunt work. Starring Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey, John Hamm and Lily James. (Credit: TriStar Pictures'/Wilson Webb)

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISE HERE

‘The Beguiled’ (June 23)

Sofia Coppola writes and directs this Civil War
Sofia Coppola writes and directs this Civil War era drama about a Union soldier who takes refuge at a girls school in Virginia, but his philandering soon gets him in trouble. Starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning. Based on the novel "A Painted Devil" by Thomas P. Cullinan, which was also made in a movie back in 1971 starring Clint Eastwood. (Credit: Focus Features / Ben Rothstein)

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ (June 23)

It's all out war in this two-hour headache
It's all out war in this two-hour headache about the transforming robots fighting stuff. Director Michael Bay wrote a letter saying that this is the last film in the franchise, so small miracles and all. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)

‘Rough Night’ (June 16)

Scarlett Johansson takes the lead in this dark
Scarlett Johansson takes the lead in this dark comedy about a bachelorette party gone bad after one of the women accidentally kills the stripper. Also starring Zoë Kravitz, Kate McKinnon, Jillian Bell and Ilana Glazer. (Credit: Columbia Pictures / Macall B. Polay)

'All Eyez On Me' (June 16)

This music biopic captures the life of the
This music biopic captures the life of the legendary rapper Tupac Shakur (played by newcomer Demetrius Shipp Jr.). Interestingly, Jamal Woolard, who starred as Biggie in the 2009 biopic "Notorious," reprises his role here. (Credit: Morgan Creek)

'Dean' (June 3)

Demetri Martin stars, writes and directs this comic
Demetri Martin stars, writes and directs this comic drama about a son dealing with the death of his mother, and the very different approach his father (Kevin Kline) has to grieving. Also starring Gillian Jacobs and Mary Steenburgen. (Credit: Nate Harrison)

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISE HERE

'Wonder Woman' (June 3)

Following up on her appearance in
Following up on her appearance in "Batman v Superman," Gal Gadot stars as Wonder Woman in this epic hero action film set during World War I. Fingers crossed that this could finally be a good DC Comics movie, after a string of disappointments. (Credit: Warner Bros. Entertainment / Clay Enos)

‘Baywatch’ (May 26)

The popular 1990s television series comes to the
The popular 1990s television series comes to the big screen with none other than Dwayne Johnson in the lead as a lifeguard who has to take on criminal elements around the beaches while breaking in a new, raucous recruit (Zac Efron). Oh, and there will be some slow-motion running and lots of red bathing suits. Also starring Alexandra Daddario and don't be surprised if you see some of the original cast like David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson. (Credit: Frank Masi)

‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ (May 26)

In the fifth installment of the
In the fifth installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, Johnny Depp returns as that rapscallion Captain Jack Sparrow, who has to find some whatever to save the world from some whatever. You want more? OK, it's the Trident of Poseidon and the bad guy is played by Javier Bardem. Geoffrey Rush and Orlando Bloom both return. (Credit: Walt Disney Studios)

'Alien: Covenant' (May 19)

This sequel to
This sequel to "Prometheus," and prequel to the other "Alien" movies, has the crew of the Covenant finding a seemingly idyllic planet to colonize that, of course, is filled with danger. From director Ridley Scott and starring Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, James Franco and Noomi Rapace. (Credit: Twentieth Century Fox / Mark Rogers)

'Folk Hero and Funny Guy’ (May 12)

A musician hires his buddy, a comedian, to
A musician hires his buddy, a comedian, to be his opening act on tour in this comedy starring Alex Karpovsky and Wyatt Russell. (Credit: Nancy Schreiber)

'The Wall’ (May 12)

Can WWE superstar John Cena follow in the
Can WWE superstar John Cena follow in the footsteps of Dwayne Johnson (and to a lesser extent, Dave Bautista)? He's starring in this new Doug Liman movie opposite Aaron Taylor-Johnson as a pair of American snipers in a tense standoff with an Iraqi shooter. (Credit: Amazon Studios / David James)

‘Paris Can Wait’ (May 12)

This rom-com stars Diane Lane as a married
This rom-com stars Diane Lane as a married woman who has an inattentive husband (Alec Baldwin) and embarks on a French road trip with her husband's business partner (Arnaud Viard), who has designs on her. Perhaps the most significant thing about this film is its writer-director, Eleanor Coppola, wife of Francis Ford since 1963, makes her narrative-feature directing debut at the age of 80. (Credit: Sony Pictures Classics / Eric Caro)

‘Snatched’ (May 12)

After getting dumped, a woman invites her mother
After getting dumped, a woman invites her mother on a tropical vacation, where they get kidnapped. Starring Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn, which is just some great casting. (Credit: Twentieth Century Fox / Justina Mintz)

'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' (May 5)

The Marvel team, led by Chris Pratt's Star-Lord,
The Marvel team, led by Chris Pratt's Star-Lord, returns for this outer space epic that will reveal a lot about the hero's family. Also, there's Baby Groot, which is just so freaking adorable. Pretty much the entire cast from the first film is back and they'll be joined by Kurt Russell, Nathan Fillion, Sylvester Stallone, Chris Sullivan and Pom Klementieff. (Credit: Marvel Studio)

‘The Promise’ (April 28)

Based on a true story, this drama set
Based on a true story, this drama set around the start of the Armenian Genocide captures a love triangle between two locals and an American reporter. Starring Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac and Charlotte Le Bon and directed by Terry George. (Credit: Open Road Films / Jose Haro)

‘The Circle’ (April 28)

Based on a novel by Dave Eggers, who
Based on a novel by Dave Eggers, who co-wrote the script with director James Ponsoldt, this sci-fi thriller is about a woman working at a tech company that is not what it seems. The impressive cast includes Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, Karen Gillan, John Boyega and Patton Oswalt. (Credit: STX Entertainment / Frank Masi)

‘The Fate of the Furious’ (April 14)

The eighth installment of the
The eighth installment of the "Fast" franchise gains an Oscar winner as Charlize Theron joins the cast, playing a character who lures Vin Diesel's Dom into a situation that pits him against his crew. Part of the film is set in New York City, so keep an eye out for red amNewYork boxes as they're racing down the streets. (Credit: Universal Pictures)

‘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)

‘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)

‘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)

‘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)