Wolf of Wall Street
Wolf of Wall Street starring Leonardo DiCaprio premieres on Dec. 25. YouTube

After the gifts have been unwrapped, the food eaten and the carols sung, it might be time to hit the movie theaters and check out the latest holiday flicks. In fact, Christmas week has often been one of the highest-grossing movie weeks of the year.

For those who want to binge on some popcorn after seeing what Santa gave them, below are a list of films opening on Christmas:

"The Wolf of Wall Street"

Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jordan Belfort in a film that chronicles the wealthy stockbroker’s high life to his fall involving crime, corruption and the federal government. Find your local showtimes here.

"The Invisible Woman"

Felicity Jones plays Nelly, the younger woman Charles Dickens meets at the height of his career who becomes his secret lover until his death. Find your local showtimes here.

"47 Ronin"

Starring Keanu Reeves, the fantasy action film follows a group of samurai in 18th century Japan who avenge the murder of their master. Find your local showtimes here.

"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"

Ben Stiller directs and stars in the film about a daydreamer who embarks on a global journey that turns into an adventure filled with heroism, romance and action. Find your local showtimes here.

"Justin Bieber's Believe"

The teens in your life will appreciate this 3D concert film that follows the pop star both backstage and on-stage throughout his "Believe" tour. Find your local showtimes here.

"Grudge Match"

Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone play rival boxers way past their prime. The pair agree to come out of retirement for one more fight – 30 years after their last match. Find your local showtimes here.

"Lone Survivor"

Directed by Peter Berg, the war film describes the true events of the failed United States Navy SEALs mission, Operation Red Wings, in 2005 where four Navy SEAL members were tasked to capture or kill Taliban leader Ahmad Shah. The film is based on the nonfiction book of the same name. Find your local showtimes here.

"August: Osage County" (opens Friday)

Based on the Pulitzer-prize winning play by Tracy Letts, the film describes a dysfunctional Oklahoma family that followed different paths until a family crisis brings them back together. Julia Roberts plays an award-worthy performance as the estranged daughter of family matriarch, Meryl Streep. Find your local showtimes here.