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10 Superhero Movies Coming In 2019

The slate for the upcoming Superhero movies in 2019 is set and we cannot wait to see each and every movie that is on our plate. 2019 will be packed with Superhero with 10 confirmed movies hitting the theatres and out of those 9 movies are Marvel and DC comic book movies which makes it the biggest year for the comic-book genre.

Gambit

The long-awaited movie that was being delayed again and again is finally under motion as we now finally have an official new release date for the movie starring Channing Tatum. This new spin-off is going to hit the theatres on February 14, 2019. Happy Valentine’s people.

Captain Marvel

This will be the first female lead Superhero movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Brie Larson is going to star as Captain Marvel along with Nick Fury on her side. The movie will be a prequel set up in the 90s and it will focus on the Kree-Skrull war from the comics. it is going to hit the theatres on March 8, 2019.

Shazam!

Shazam will be directed by David Sandberg and is going to begin production in 2018 and is going to hit the theatres on April 5, 2019. The entire cast will probably be announced soon and actor Zachary Levi is going to take up te role of Billy Batson aka SHAZAM.

Avengers 4

This is the one we really need to wait for as it is going to be the culmination of everything that has happened in all the three Phases within the MCU. It is going to be the end of an era and it will provide a new beginning for the MCU moving forward. This is the movie where the Avengers will finally take down The Mad Titan, Thanos. It will hit the theatres on May 3, 2019.

Transformers 6

After the Bumblebee Spinoff that will hit the theatres in December 2018, Paramount studios have already scheduled a transformers sequel for release on June 28. Michael Bay is not returning as the director, but the movie is confirmed to be out on the scheduled date which is great for Transformers fans.

Spider-Man Homecoming 2

Right after the end of Avengers 4, the sequel to Spiderman Homecoming will be there for us. The movie will be set up just days after what happens in Avengers 4 and this time, a new Marvel hero is going to be in the movie along with Tom Holland’s Spiderman and the movie may feature Scorpion as the main villain which was teased at the end of Homecoming. The movie has been set up for a July 5 release.

The Batman

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After Ben Affleck left the Director’s job for The Batman, WB hired Matt Reeves to take on the character and the script is currently under works. The movie is going to begin production in 2018 along with actors like Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke and Jared Leto as the Joker. The movie will probably hit the theatres in July 2019.

Terminator 6

The director of the first, and best two Terminator movies and the co-writer and creator of the property James Cameron is currently writing the story for the new Terminator movie which is expected to be the first installment of a new trilogy that will reboot the struggling franchise. Arnold is coming back as the terminator for this installment but he may not be in the entire trilogy as the director hopes to pass on the baton to new characters and give Arnie a proper send-off that he truly deserves. The movie is scheduled to release on July 26.

Wonder Woman 2

After the huge success of the first Wonder Woman movie, it was no surprise that WB will be looking for a sequel. Patty Jenkins is on board for the sequel and the release was announced at this year’s comic-con. It is going to hit the theatres on December 13, 2019. It is going to be set up in the 1980s during the Cold War.

Untitled Marvel/Fox Movies

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Fox’s Marvel division which includes the X-Men and the Fantastic Four franchises has scheduled two more movie release dates with untitled movies in production. These dates are June 7 and November 22. There are various projects currently under works at Fox’s Marvel division and movies like ‘Multiple Man’ and ‘X-Force’ could be assigned to these dates. So if two of these scheduled dates do bring out a movie each, then the total would be 11 Superhero movies in the entire year.

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