"Black Panther" has had its moment - it will keep that moment going for some time. But March nears, meaning it's time for a new set of Movies to begin invading the box office.

There's a wide variety of choices for the coming month at the theater. Action movies abound as per usual, though without the superhero gravitas audiences have become accustomed to. Romance and adventure will also fill the air, in with the springtime winds of March.

Here are the four best movie releases of March 2018.

4. 'Love, Simon'

Yes, it's that time of year when the dramedy about teenage angst and growing up comes into focus, as high school seniors prepare for a new life.

This one focuses on Simon, a closeted teenager trying to get by without exposing his truth. Nick Robinson ("Everything, Everything") stars, along with Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel. This movie probably won't be for all audiences, but it will have morals that span demographics. [March 16]

3. 'Red Sparrow'

Jennifer Lawrence is a Russian agent - sign me up! Her accent doesn't sound particularly refined in the trailers, but that's not really the point. She's going to play a character that seeks vengeance, takes names, and adds some political intrigue. Lawrence's action movies have generally been limited to the "Hunger Games" and "X-Men" universes, so this will give her a different opportunity. Joel Edgerton and Jeremy Irons also star in the spy movie.

[March 2]

2. 'A Wrinkle in Time'

Disney looks to make gold again next month. This is not the first time "A Wrinkle in Time" has been made into a film - there was an ill-received television movie on ABC back in 2003. This time around, there's much more talent and support, ranging from director Ava DuVernay to actresses Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, and even Oprah Winfrey.

The budget of the film was over $100 million, so it better work, for Disney's sake. [March 9]

1. 'Ready Player One'

"Stranger Things" reaffirmed the success of nostalgia in long-form video content. Now we'll get a movie full of that nostalgia. "Ready Player One," tells the story of a boy who escapes from a futuristic, apocalyptic hell by entering the OASIS, a virtual reality full of video game characters and cultural artifacts of the not-so-distant past. That means there will be plenty of the 80s and 90s references for people to wrap their heads around. If the nostalgia strategy isn't broke, don't fix it, right? [March 29]