He has made wonderful movies for technology. The superhero’s films have reached age in the last decade and it’s nice to watch. Today’s teens envy me when they really live up to their favorite superhero’s loved ones on a live quality screen. Through the Dark Knight trilogy, Nolan set a gold standard for measuring superhero films, but for some reason, DC left the trilogy for an extended universe. Unlike other superheroes that are approaching Nolan’s magic, DC and Marvel have turned their hands on valuable movie-makers, creating their own movies, television shows and common graphic novels. DC has an extended universe, and while Marvel fights Cinematic Universe with its superheroes and stories, it is fighting against a common enemy, Avengers (2012) and Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). This list is the eighth of the upcoming Marvel films.
1. Avengers : Infinity War (May 2018)
Directed by the same Russo brothers duo who directed Civil War (2016), The Avengers would be joining forces with the Guardians of the Galaxy to fight against Thanos who is collecting the Infinity Stones. There is no disagreeing to the fact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is getting confusing by the day but teenage fans will be drooling as each movie comes with extremely high production values and big budgets to give a big bang for their buck.
2. Ant Man and The Wasp (July 2018)
The first Marvel film to have a woman superhero name in its title. Not a lot is known plot wise, but we have an impressionable starcast with Evangeline Lily playing The Wasp, Michelle Pfeiffer playing Janet Van Dyne and the villian Sonny Burch is played by Walton Goggins.
3. Venom (October 2018)
What we know for sure is that this film won’t be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, instead it will be a part of Sony’s Marvel Universe which will be another loosely connected universe in itself. The movie will be directed by Ruben Fleischer and would be starring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock.
4. Untitled Animated Spiderman Project (December 2018)
This Sony produced, Columbia Pictures distributed feature won’t be a part of the MCU but it will still be under the Marvel banner. It will be a totally independent film from the rest of the live action Spiderman films (not to be confused with the Tobey Maguire ones)