What’s better than settling in with a good movie? Getting together with other fans for one. Some movies are so popular they get their own festivals, conferences and guided tours. Here are four that will unreel this summer and fall.

1. ‘STAR TREK’ CONVENTION, LAS VEGAS

OK, so they’ve had many more than one movie, but still. Creation Entertainment’s 16th annual convention, which will take place Aug. 2-6 at the Rio Suites Hotel, is packed with screenings, panel discussions, autograph signings, cosplay, karaoke and more. Among the celebrity guests slated to appear are Patrick Stewart, George Takei, Brent Spiner, Kate Mulgrew, Nichelle Nichols and “The Man” himself, William Shatner.

INFO creationent.com/cal/st_lasvegas.html

2. MIDWEST WIZARD OF OZFEST, TINLEY PARK, ILLINOIS

Follow the Yellow Brick Road, which has been re-created in all its splendor at this annual fest saluting the beloved 1939 Judy Garland classic. Buy “Oz” memorabilia, enter a witch cackling contest, take the kids to the petting zoo and go for a family hayride. Special guests at the Aug. 4-6 event include “Oz” historian John Fricke, who’ll host an outdoor screening, and Aaron Harburg, great-grandson of “Over the Rainbow” composer E.Y. “Yip” Harburg.

INFO midwestozfest.com

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3. FOREVER TWILIGHT, FORKS, WASHINGTON

The Northwest city is the setting for Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” books and movies following high school student Bella Swan (played by Kristen Stewart), who meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a mysterious teen. This year’s weekend festival will be held from Sept. 14-17. Among the events are a bazaar, where fans can buy and sell “Twilight” memorabilia; a costume contest; parties; and Bella and Edward’s Engagement Celebration Brunch.

INFO forkswa.com/forevertwilightinforks

4. ‘SOMEWHERE IN TIME’ WEEKEND, MACKINAC ISLAND, MICHIGAN

This 1980 time-traveling fantasy starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour has become a romantic favorite over the years. The movie was filmed at The Grand Hotel on Michigan’s Mackinac Island and in 2015, Seymour visited for the 25th annual “Somewhere in Time” Weekend. This year’s festival, which takes place at the hotel Oct. 27-29, includes a screening of the film, discussions of the movie’s production process and appearances by returning cast. Guests come dressed in costume.

INFO grandhotel.com/packages/somewhere-in-time-weekend