Keep the popcorn coming.

There is a slew of fun, important and powerful films hitting the big screen this season, from "Black Panther" to "The 15:17 to Paris."

Here are the movies to look for this winter.

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ (May 4)

Ten years of teamups, teases and waiting patiently
Ten years of teamups, teases and waiting patiently in theaters until the credits finished rolling have led to this: "Avengers: Infinity War." The Marvel Universe's official Big Bad, Thanos (played by a purple CGI Josh Brolin), finally comes to Earth to collect the Infinity Stones that have been weaving their way through Marvel movies since 2011's "Thor." The biggest event in a universe built on big events promises not only intriguing matchups but also, if rumors are to be believed, at least one major death. (Credit: Marvel Entertainment )

‘Black Panther’ (Feb. 16)

After 17 films you imagine the Marvel universe
After 17 films you imagine the Marvel universe wouldn't have many "firsts" left in it, but then Black Panther muscles its way to the top of 2018's most anticipated pile. The studio's first African-American-led entry stars Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa, king of the mystical nation of Wakanda, who made a brief but explosive appearance in "Captain America: Civil War." Directed by Ryan Coogler, "Black Panther" looks to prove the mighty Marvel machine will be in capable, clawed hands well into the future. (Credit: Marvel Studios / Disney)

'The 15:17 to Paris' (Feb. 9)

From Clint Eastwood, this biographical thriller is based
From Clint Eastwood, this biographical thriller is based on the true story of how passengers on a French train helped prevent an armed terrorist from carrying out a mass shooting in August 2015. (Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures/Keith Bernstein)

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‘Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built’ (Feb. 2)

Anyone who has visited the creepy Winchester Mystery
Anyone who has visited the creepy Winchester Mystery House in California might get a kick out of this horror film, a pseudo biopic about Sarah Winchester (Helen Mirren!), the heiress of the gun manufacturer, who lives in this constantly-under-construction mansion that haunted by the ghosts of all the people killed with her namesake weapons. Directed by the Spierig brothers ("Jigsaw," "Predestination"). (Credit: CBS Films/Lionsgate/Ben King)

‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’ (Jan. 26)

The final installment of this young adult novel
The final installment of this young adult novel adaptation finally hits theaters about a year after it was supposed to following a major on-set injury to star Dylan O'Brien. This film has Thomas and his crew facing their most daunting maze yet. (Credit: 20th Century Fox )

‘12 Strong’ (Jan. 19)

Set in the days following 9/11, this action
Set in the days following 9/11, this action film, based on a true story, chronicles 12 bold soldiers who went to Afghanistan, riding into battle on horses. Starring Chris Hemsworth, Michael Peña, Michael Shannon, William Fichtner and Rob Riggle. (Credit: David James)

‘Paddington 2’ (Jan. 12)

Everyone's favorite marmalade-eating bear returns for this new
Everyone's favorite marmalade-eating bear returns for this new adventure, where he's trying to save up money to buy a gift for his aunt Lucy. The first film was excellent, and this sequel is already getting rave reviews in its native England. Starring two Hughs, Bonneville and Grant, as well as Sally Hawkins and Ben Whishaw as the voice of Paddington. (Credit: Studiocanal )

‘Phantom Thread’ (Dec. 25)

Daniel Day-Lewis' final film role is this Paul
Daniel Day-Lewis' final film role is this Paul Thomas Anderson drama about a dressmaker in 1950s London who meets a young woman who inspires him and begins to break up his constricted lifestyle. Also starring Lesley Manville and Vicky Krieps. (Credit: Focus Features/Laurie Sparham)

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‘Pitch Perfect 3’ (Dec. 22)

The Bellas are back for one last show,
The Bellas are back for one last show, performing for the USO, but, big catch, the other performers use instruments. Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and all the regulars are back for this aca-sendoff. (Credit: Universal Pictures/Quantrell D. Colbe)

‘Downsizing’ (Dec. 22)

Director and co-writer Alexander Payne (with Jim Taylor)
Director and co-writer Alexander Payne (with Jim Taylor) makes his triumphant return with this dramedy satire about a world where people literally shrink themselves down to 5 inches tall. Starring Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Wiig. (Credit: Paramount Pictures)

‘The Post’ (Dec. 22)

The names Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep and Steven
The names Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep and Steven Spielberg should be enough. The trio bring the real-life story of the breaking new story about the Pentagon Papers -- which revealed a White House cover up involving the Vietnam War -- and the experience in the newsrooms of The New York Times and The Washington Post. (Credit: 20th Century Fox/Niko Tavernise)

‘The Greatest Showman’ (Dec. 20)

Hugh Jackman gets to flex his musical muscles
Hugh Jackman gets to flex his musical muscles in this new song-and-dance film where he plays P.T. Barnum in this biopic about the birth of the circus. Also starring Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Zac Efron and Michelle Williams. (Credit: Twentieth Century Fox/Niko Tavernise)

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ (Dec. 20)

This new riff on the popular 1995 Robin
This new riff on the popular 1995 Robin Williams film trades in the board game for a video game. Four teens get zapped into the game and assume avatars that look a lot like the likes of Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and Jack Black. From director Jake Kasdan. (Credit: Sony Pictures)

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ (Dec. 15)

Writer/director Rian Johnson takes the reins on the
Writer/director Rian Johnson takes the reins on the "Star Wars" franchise, continuing the story of our new friends, Rey (Daisy Ridley), Finn (John Boyega) and Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and our old friends, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and Leia Organa (the late, great Carrie Fisher). Also, you'll get to see Porgs. If you don't know what they are now, you will soon. (Credit: Lucasfilm Ltd.)

‘I, Tonya’ (Dec. 8)

Margot Robbie plays the disgraced figure skater Tonya
Margot Robbie plays the disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding, who was complicit in the attack of her Olympic rival Nancy Kerrigan (Caitlin Carver) in 1994. (Credit: NeON)