Since the line up of the upcoming Marvel and DC comic-inspired movies came out, people have already marked their calendars for their on-screen release.
It is said that superhero movies sell more than other films. This year alone, a couple of comic-inspired movies were released, Deadpool earned $782,612,155 worldwide, Batman V Superman earned $873,260,194, Captain America: Civil Wars earned $1,152,762,424, X-Men: Apocalypse got $543,571,709, while Suicide Squad earned $720,475,480 worldwide.
Who can blame them? This world could use some saving, and people appreciate some goodness along with all that is happening around us.
Admit it or not, a lot of us wish to have super powers, I mean, who wouldn’t right?
With these movies, aside from the inhuman capabilities, we get the gist and learn the moral lessons. Which is a good way to influence people.
And honestly, a big part of me is just geeking out. So if you want to learn more about the upcoming Marvel and DC Comics movies to be released, scroll down.
Doctor Strange – October 2016
Gambit – October 2016 (Unconfirmed)
Wolverine 3 – March 2017
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 – May 2017
Wonder Woman – June 2017
Kingsman: The Golden Circle – June 2017
Spiderman: Homecoming – July 2017
Fantastic Four 2 – July 2017
Thor: Ragnarok – November 2017
Justice League – November 2017
Black Panther – February 2017
The Flash – March 2018
Avengers: Infinity Wars Part 1 – May 2018
Ant-Man and The Wasp – July 2018
Aquaman – July 2018
Captain Marvel – November 2018
The Flash 2 – April 2019
Shazam – April 2019
Avengers: Infinity Wars Part 2 – May 2019
Justice League 2 – June 2019
Inhumans – July 2019
Cyborg – April 2020
There you go! It’s time to update your calendars!
You’re welcome! *wink*