5 biggest superhero movies coming in 2018-19 for Marvel, DC fans

The MCU and DCU have a number of big films on the way, but here are the most-anticipated in the next year.


'Aquaman' - December 14, 2018

While DC Comics' Aquaman issues aren't nearly as popular as titles like Batman, Superman, or Wonder Woman, this movie should do well. Jason Momoa's portrayal of the underwater superhero able to talk with sea animals and move water should be epic. This one features a great cast that also includes Amber Heard, Willem Dafoe, and Nicole Kidman, among others.


'Captain Marvel' - March 9, 2019

Marvel takes a step back in terms of timeline but not quality here. It's the 90s with Blockbuster video still around. "Captain Marvel" will also be the first full female solo superhero flick for the MCU. Based on the early trailers, fans are ready for this one to arrive now. It will also play a major part when it comes to "Avengers 4," based on that Nick Fury spoiler everyone say at the end of "Infinity War."


'Avengers 4' - May 3, 2019

So how will the Avengers attempt to defeat Thanos? What's the plan that Doctor Strange foresaw before he was one of several superheroes wiped out by a snap? "Avengers 4" is going to give fans the closure they want for the Avengers series. It should feature some more heroes stopping by to help such as Ant-Man, Wasp, Hawkeye, and Captain Marvel. No trailers or title quite yet, but the world is waiting!


'Spider-Man: Far From Home' - July 5, 2019

Go big or go home! That may be an underlying theme for the second Spider-Man film under the MCU's guidance. Tom Holland reprises his role for the movie set to take place just after the story in "Avengers 4" ends. It could mean the popular web-slinger has to fight a number of villains this time around. Jake Gyllenhaal is rumored to take on the role of classic villain Mysterio and Michael Keaton will return as The Vulture. Good luck Spidey!


'Wonder Woman 1984' - November 1, 2019

Finally, we have the follow-up to DC's biggest success in terms of comic book film making, so far. Gal Gadot was superb in the first film and it garnered critical acclaim. She continued to shine in "Justice League," as a member of the team. Just like "Captain Marvel," fans are going to travel back to an earlier time - the 80s in this case. DC and moviegoers are hoping this sequel can deliver like the first!

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