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Marvel movies list | Download Marvel movies list.

Marvel movies list | Download Marvel movies list.

While the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to dominate the worldwide box office, there are plenty of other Marvel movies on the horizon – from Sony Pictures and Disney’s newly-acquired subsidiary 20th Century Fox – that have release dates set in between future MCU films. In 2018 alone, audiences saw six Marvel movies released, while 2019, 2020, and 2021 are delivering their fair share of spinoffs, reboots, and even more sequels.
On one hand, the superhero genre has never been stronger in Hollywood, equating to positive critical reception, as well as massive box office returns (just look at Avengers: Endgame’s absolutely staggering $1.2 billion opening weekend). That being said though, anyone suffering from superhero fatigue should seriously consider bracing themselves.
Studios have become substantially more confident in the genre following the massive success of franchises like The Avengers and X-Men, so we’re now in the midst of seeing studios take bigger (and necessary) risks. They’re adapting standalone properties, offering lead roles to women and people of color, and having the confidence to choose directors with distinct trademark styles, while also offering them more creative control. The cinematic superhero genre is evolving, and this upcoming slate is just a taste of things to come.

X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX – JUNE 7, 2019

Following the critical dud X-Men: Apocalypse in 2016, X-Men: Dark Phoenix continues the mutant franchise with its younger batch of characters, taking the franchise’s recent trend of jumping from one decade to the next level (this one takes place in the 1990s). Long-time producer Simon Kinberg is taking over the directing reins, and the plot will specifically center around Sophie Turner’s Jean Grey, whose mind is being hunted by a “malevolent, power-hungry force.” Unfortunately, Dark Phoenix was delayed multiple times due to the production undergoing extensive reshoots and partly due to conflicts with Turner’s schedule.

MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL – JUNE 14, 2019

Not a traditional Marvel property, Men in Black is technically owned by the House of Ideas; original publisher Aircel Comics was bought by Malibu Comics, which is now owned by Marvel. The agents are making a return to the big screen in 2019 with Men in Black: International. While there were originally plans for Phil Lord and Chris Miller to helm a Men in Black/21 Jump Street spinoff, Sony has instead decided to launch a sequel/reboot of sorts, starring Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. Fate of the Furious director F. Gary Gray directs the new installment which is a sequel to the original Men in Black trilogy.

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