Now that Avengers: Endgame has come and gone (and completely ruled), and many other epic summer movies have as well, you might think that there are no more sci-fi or fantasy movies to be excited about. But whoa there, put down that book, because we're here to tell you that there are plenty of epic films to be released in the coming months that are sure to grab your attention.

Here's what you should be marking in your calendars already:

Star Wars – Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker (December 20th, 2019)

The final movie in the Skywalker saga, this is without a doubt the most decisive entry in Star Wars history. Oh, there will still be prequels and spin-offs to check out, but The Rise of Skywalker is the end of the original story arc – once and for all. Some loved The Last Jedi, some hated it, but you have to be excited about JJ Abrams returning to the director's chair for this one, as he did such a great job bringing back the Star Wars excitement with The Force Awakens. Add to the fact that there's a confirmed lightsaber fight between Rey and Kylo Ren in the pouring rain, and you've got everyone chomping at the bit.

Thor: Love and Thunder (November 5th, 2021)

We'll cut to the chase: It's already decided that Jane Foster, played by Natalie Portman in previous Thor films, will take over the mantle of Thor and will control the mighty hammer, Mjolnir. How a lady Thor will work exactly, we don't know, but it's exciting news nonetheless and another shot in the arm for female superheroes. Love and Thunder is directed by Taika Waititi, who brought a sense of fun and freshness to Thor: Ragnarok. Chris Hemsworth is also returning for the film, but whether he'll have the flab from Endgame is still a mystery.

Of course, Marvel recently announced several other upcoming titles, but Thor is arguably the biggest. Marvel is also reportedly creating a range of different TV series exclusively for Disney Plus, the brand new streaming superpower. This new service sits alongside other Netflix alternatives like Amazon Prime and iTunes, so will extra Marvel content hold enough sway for consumers to purchase another streaming service? We think so.

Terminator: Dark Fate (October 25th, 2019)

You'd be totally forgiven if your reaction to another Terminator movie was simply: "meh." Every film since the perfect Terminator 2: Judgment Day, has been an absolute let-down and not even worth mentioning in this paragraph. The filmmakers of Dark Fate apparently think the same, as the timeline of the film is supposedly set just after T2, meaning that they'll simply erase the predecessors and pretend they never happened. Original director James Cameron is in a producer role this time, so perhaps that's a good sign, but also returning is Arnie as the good old T-800, Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor, and even Edward Furlong as John Connor.

Space Jam 2 (July 16th, 2021)

It's been a while (1996, in fact) since we last saw Michael Jordan team up with Bugs Bunny & co. to defeat the evil Monstars in Space Jam. Los Angeles Lakers megastar LeBron James will surely be able to fill those big shoes in the sequel, as he partners up with Bugs and likely defeats the evil Monstars once again. Co-starring is Don Cheadle and fellow NBA players Anthony Davis, Klay Thompson, and Damian Lillard, and WNBA stars Diana Taurasi and Nneka Ogwumike.

Gemini Man (October 3rd, 2019)

Starring Will Smith and Will Smith… wait, what? Don't be confused, Will Smith plays a hitman forced to battle against a clone of himself who's stronger, faster, and 25 years younger than himself. He'll have to use his wits and a lot of sass if he wants to get out alive. Directed by filmmaking legend Ang Lee, Gemini Man has a fun premise and a talented cast and crew, and hopefully has the action to back it up.