In the era of superhero movies, we will get to see more of our favourite superheroes on the big screen thanks to Marvel, Fox and Warner Bros.
2018 will witness a slew of superhero movies that promises to be really exciting. Here is the entire list, chronologically arranged.
Marvel: Black Panther (15 February)
T’Challa returns to Wakanda but finds his position challenged by a long-time rival. The Black Panther is left with little choice but to team up with C.I.A. agent Everett K. Ross and the Dora Milaje, Wakanda’s very own special forces, to prevent the country from being dragged into a world war.
Avengers: Infinity War (26 April)
Infinity War has been called the beginning of the end since it is the first chapter in Thanos’ war against the Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy and so on.
Deadpool 2 (17 May)
The Merc with the Mouth is back in this sequel to 2016’s “Deadpool”. Ryan Reynolds once again plays the titular character.
The Incredibles 2 (14 June)
With Elastigirl out fighting crimes, the Parr family struggles to maintain a normal life as this means Mr. Incredible will have to stay home to take care of their just as super-powered children. They soon discover that the youngest, Jack-Jack, has secret powers. The Parr family, along with Frozone, also has to battle a new villain, The Underminer.
Ant-Man And The Wasp (5 July)
Set after the events of “Captain America: Civil War”. After fighting on Captain America’s side during the Civil War, Scott Lang is now an internationally wanted fugitive.
Alita: Battle Angel (19 July)
After being saved from the scrapyard of Iron City and brought to a clinic by a compassionate cyber-doctor, Alita wakes up with no recollection of who she is or of her past. The futuristic cyborg searches for the truth about her mysterious past, aided by her street-smart new friend, Hugo. Possessing extraordinary fighting abilities, she uses them to battle deadly forces as she uncovers the truth.
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies (26 July)
The Teen Titans is getting a big screen adaptation. Wanting their own movie, they head to Tinsel Town to try and get the hottest Hollywood film director to notice them. But a Super-Villain messes with their plan as he has his own maniacal plan to take over the Earth. As they fight him, the team’s friendship and fighting spirit are both failing, putting their very own fate on the line.
Venom (4 October)
Tom Hardy plays Eddie Brock who becomes the beloved comic book character Venom, who is alternatively a hero and villain of Spider-man.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix (1 Nov)
Sophie Turner reprises her role as Jean Grey, only in this movie she will be more acquainted with her dark side as Dark Phoenix. The movie will focus on the tale of the powerful superhuman entity.
Animated Spider-Man Movie (13 December)
It has been confirmed that this Spider-Man movie will be a standalone feature, and will focus on Miles Morales. Many have been pushing for a live-action movie with Morales as Spider-Man, but we’ll take what we can get with him in animated form. Hopefully, the movie will be his origin story, since it’s unknown to many, and will give a refreshing take on the nature of Spider-Man. If this animated movie performs well, then who knows what shape the future of Spider-Man could take?
Aquaman (20 December)
Arthur Curry finds out that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. With this new knowledge, he not only will have to step up to lead his people but also become a hero to the world.