The envelopes have been opened. The glass and golden trophies have been handed out. PricewaterhouseCoopers ballot counters might be on holiday, but we're not. It's time to start thinking about the next big films. From shirt-ripping Southern studs and quirky ensemble comedies, to crime-fighting superheroes, talking teddy bears and deadly alien encounters we predict a very entertaining summer. Which of these nominees will be taking home the awards next year?

  1. 'Magic Mike''Magic Mike'

    The new Steven Soderbergh comedy stars Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matthew McConaughey and Matt Bomer. It tells the story of a young man learning the ropes as a new stripper at a club called Xquisite.

    Tatum on 'Magic Mike' »

  2. 'Moonrise Kingdom'

    The latest Wes Anderson flick includes a star-studded cast of Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Edward Norton, Bruce Willis and Tilda Swinton, with two fresh new faces as young campers who fall in love and decide to elope.

    'Moonrise Kingdom' trailer »

  3. 'Prometheus'

    Originally planned to be a prequel to 'Alien', this much-anticipated Ridley Scott piece is this summer's biggest and most explosive film. Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce and Charlize Theron star in this movie about the discovery of an alien race.

    'Prometheus' trailer »

  4. 'Snow White & The Huntsman'

    Rupert Sanders directs this classic fairytale-with-a-revenge-twist that stars Charlize Theron as the evil queen and Kristen Stewart as Snow White, who leads a rebellion alongside the dwarves and prince against the queen.

    'Snow White & The Huntsman' trailer »

  5. 'Ted''Ted'

    Family Guy-creator Seth MacFarlene makes his directorial debut in this comedy about a boy who's teddy bear comes to life, but proves to be an obstacle to the boy's maturity later on. The partially-animated film stars Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis and Joel McHale, with MacFarlene himself voicing the bear.

    'Ted' »

  6. Winner'The Avengers'

    An epic collaboration between Marvel and Disney, this upcoming blockbuster stars Robert Downey, Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson, among others, and is written and directed by sci-fi wiz Joss Whedon.

    'The Avengers' trailer »