The movies may show two forms of forward time travel, but they are just fiction. Indeed it is unlikely to be correct in reality.
Apart from the normal process of advancing into the future at the rate one second per second, there are several ways of getting into the future "faster". This is where "faster" means apparently faster than the usual one second per second time travel.
Special relativity is the most reliable. This requires accelerating to close to lightspeed in an extremely advanced spaceship, travelling away from the Earth, slowing down, accelerating back to Earth again. With luck and good management your space traveller will come back many years in the future on a much changed Earth. Of course, there is no way of returning to the time he or she departed. The real problem is that such advanced space travel close to lightspeed is so incredibly difficult that it is next to impossible in the sense of being so absolutely impractical as to be effectively impossible.
If your spaceship is even more advanced your time traveller could place his vessel in orbit around a black hole. The extremely strong gravitation will slow down time. This will be combined with the spaceship's relativistic orbital velocity.
The other method involves suspended animation or biosuspension. The time traveller is placed in cryogenic hibernation and sleeps through the centuries until he or she is woken up again.
If there exists a network of wormholes spanning interstellar space, then stepping through a wormhole will carry your time traveller to somewhere many light years distant but also many years in the future. Let the wormhole exits one hundred light years away and this will be one century in the future. If there is another wormhole to take the time traveller back to Earth, then they will arrive back there a century further in the future.
The main drawback with wormhole network time travel is that we don't have access to such a network. Also, we don't know if this is scientifically possible or practical, wormhole are speculative science. The idea can be entertained conceptually.
There are a number of hypothetical ways of forward time travel. None of which look like what we see in the movies. Most of them we do not know if they are possible or practical in reality or in the future. But the science is much more interesting and exciting than what the movies show.