Now that all of the potential Oscar-winning films have made their debuts, several romantic movies will premiere in theaters in February. For those who prefer action, animated, inspirational or horror films, there are also some great options available. Without further ado, here are 11 films with February 2015 release dates and their trailers:

1. “Jupiter Ascending,” Feb. 6

After being shelved for several months, this action/fantasy film is finally ready to make its debut. Mila Kunis leads as a caretaker named Jupiter Jones who discovers she is a different planet's royal heir. Channing Tatum plays her guide, a genetically-engineered warrior named Caine. Oscar-nominee and SAG winner, Eddie Redmayne, also stars.

2. “Seventh Son,” Feb. 6

Fans of Joseph Delaney's novel “The Spook's Apprentice,” will get to see the tale's feature adaptation next month. While it has been confirmed that the film will not follow the exact plot of the novel, it does feature some A-list names. Ben Barnes plays Tom Ward, an apprentice who learns to fight evil. Jeff Bridges will play his teacher, Master Gregory. Julianne Moore will take on the role of the main villain, Mother Malkin.

3. “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water,” Feb. 6

If you’re looking for a family friendly movie to watch this February, consider checking out Paramount and Nickelodeon’s “Spongebob Squarepants” film. The movie will feature the animated characters from the hit TV series as they travel on land to stop a villain (voiced by Antonio Banderas) from stealing the famous Krabby Patty recipe.  

4. “Fifty Shades of Grey,” Feb. 13

The first installment in author E.L. James’ best-selling series, “Fifty Shades of Grey,” will make its debut this Valentine’s Day. Jamie Dornan will take on the role of the BDSM-practicing billionaire Christian Grey. Dakota Johnson will play his virginal lover, Anastasia Steele. If you want to buy tickets to see this R-rated film, you better snag them fast! The movie is already being pegged as having the second-best Valentine's Day opening of all time.

5. “The Last Five Years,” Feb. 13

Jason Robert Brown’s hit broadway musical, “The Last Five Years,” will come to life when the Richard LaGravenese-directed film premieres next month. The film will follow the destruction of couple’s romance, starting at the end of their relationship. Anna Kendrick plays a struggling actress named Cathy. Jeremy Jordan will take on the role of her lover, a novelist named Jamie. 

6. “How Tub Time Machine 2,” Feb. 20

The stars of the 2010 comedy “How Tub Time Machine” are back for another installment. The sequel will follow friends Nick (Craig Robinson), Jacob (Clark Duke) and Lou (Rob Corddry) as they travel to the year 2025. After Lou, who has been dubbed the “father of the Internet,” is attacked, the trio will work together to find his assailant. 

7. “The DUFF,” Feb. 20

The comedy film based on Kody Keplinger’s book, “The Duff: (Desiginated Ugly Fat Friend),” will make it’s big premiere next month. “Parenthood’s” Mae Whitman stars as the Duff and “The Flash” lead Robbie Amell plays her love interest, Wesley. Disney starlet Bella Throne will play the resident mean girl, Madison. 

8. “McFarland,” Feb. 20

If you’re looking for a little inspiration this February, director Niki Caro’s “McFarland” is a good choice. Kevin Costner, a recent winner of the Critics' Choice Lifetime Achievement award, plays a coach who transform a small California town’s cross country team into champions. Mario Bello and “Homeland” star Morgan Saylor also star. 

9. “Maps to the Stars,” Feb. 27

This David Cronenberg drama follows the fictional tale of one dysfunctional Hollywood family. Julianne Moore stars as an aging actress named Havana Segrand. Mia Wasikowska plays her troubled personal assistant. Robert Pattinson and John Cusack are also included in the lineup. 

10. “Focus,” Feb. 27

Will Smith is back on the big screen alongside “The Wolf of Wall Street” breakout star Margot Robbie in this crime/drama. In the film, Will plays Nicky, a con man, who falls for his apprentice (Robbie). Rodrigo Santoro and Gerald McRaney also star. 

11. “The Lazarus Effect,” Feb. 27

Those looking for a scary movie to view this Valentine’s Day, you’re in luck! In "The Lazarus Effect," Olivia Wilde plays a medical student named Zoe who successfully creates a serum that can bring animals back to life. After dying during an experiment, her boyfriend (Mark Duplass) uses the serum on her, only to face disastrous consequences. Look out for cameos from “American Horror Story” lead Evan Peters and Donald Glover.

What movie are you most excited to see in February 2015? Sound off in the comments section below!