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Doctor Strange (directed by Scott Derrickson) - 4 November 2016

... But they still haven't officially confirmed Benedict Cumberbatch yet, right?

And: two Avengers Threes? :o A full year apart, so they're not going the Matrix sequels/BTTF sequels/Harry Potter 7 route and having a gap of only a few months between movies?

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That is a lot of films and narratives to tie-together!

Good to see a female superhero finally get to take front and centre, though. Hope it is a focussed fully on Captain Marvel though and not just used as a platform to introduce loads of other male characters.

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And: two Avengers Threes? :o A full year apart, so they're not going the Matrix sequels/BTTF sequels/Harry Potter 7 route and having a gap of only a few months between movies?

I actually started typing out exactly the same question, but then figured they didn't go with that because it is likely to have a fairly long tail at the cinema and then the Bluray release which they won't want to harm.

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So along with DC's movies, that gives us...

2015

Avengers: Age of Ultron - May 2015

Ant-Man - July 2015

2016

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (that is the actual title of the movie)

Suicide Squad

Captain America: Civil War - May 2016

Doctor Strange - 4 November 2016

2017

Wonder Woman

Justice League

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 - 5 May 2017

Thor: Ragnarok - 28 July 2017

Black Panther - 3 November 2017

2018

The Flash

Aquaman

Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) - 6 July 2018

Inhumans - 2 November 2018

The Avengers: Infinity War - Part 1 (4 May 2018)

2019

Shazam

Justice League 2

The Avengers: Infinity War - Part 2 (3 May 2019)

2020

Cyborg

Green Lantern

... and maybe Guillermo del Toro's Justice League Dark film at some point, too.

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So along with DC's movies, that gives us...

Plus Spider-Man (Sinister Six on November 2016, Amazing Spider-Man 3 pencilled in for 2018), X-Men (Deadpool in February 2016, X-Men Apocalypse in May 2016, The Wolverine sequel in 2017) and Fantastic Four (August 2015, sequel pencilled in for August 2014)

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We've also got a fantastic 4 reboot, sinister 6, Spider-Man 3 and god knows what else - anyone else worried audiences might get a bit fatigued of all the comic book movies?

Edit - beaten to it

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By my reckoning, this is the list of upcoming superhero movies and their US release dates, let me know if I've missed any:

2015:

Avengers: Age of Ultron (Marvel) - 1 May 2015

Ant-Man (Marvel) - 17 July 2015

The Fantastic Four (Fox) - 7 August 2015

2016:

Deadpool (Fox) - 12 February 2016

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (DC) - 25 March 2016

X-Men: Apocalypse (Fox) - 27 May 2016

Suicide Squad (DC) - 5 August 2016

Captain America: Civil War (Marvel) - 6 May 2016

Doctor Strange (Marvel) - 4 November 2016

Sinister Six (Sony) - 11 November 2016

2017:

Untitled Wolverine Sequel (Fox) - 3 March 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (Marvel) - 5 May 2017

Wonder Woman (DC) - 23 June 2017

The Fantastic Four 2 (Fox) - 14 July 2017

Thor: Ragnarok (Marvel) - 28 July 2017

Black Panther (Marvel) - 3 November 2017

Justice League (DC) - 17 November 2017

2018:

The Flash (DC) - 23 March 2018

The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 (Marvel) - 4 May 2018

Aquaman (DC) - 27 June 2018

Captain Marvel (Marvel) - 6 July 2018

Inhumans (Marvel) - 2 November 2018

Amazing Spider-Man 3 (Sony) - Undated 2018

2019:

Shazam (DC) - 5 April 2019

The Avengers: Infinity War Part 2 (Marvel) - 3 May 2019

Justice League Part Two (DC) - 14 June 2019

2020:

Cyborg (DC) - April 3 2020

Green Lantern (DC) - 19 June 2020

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So, anyone whose read the comics able to shed light on what Thor:Ragnarok will be about?

EDIT: Pleased Guardians of the Galaxy did so well for Marvel otherwise I bet half of those wouldn't have been greenlit.

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I am dead of sploosh.

Fox can fuck off. Sony can fuck off. DC Men Of Grey can fuck off, twice. This is Marvel's house. MY BODY IS READY.

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There's also those Marvel Netflix shows too, are they part of the MCU? When do we get them?

Wish the rights to Spidey and the Fantastic Four would revert so they can get involved with these films.

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Interesting that there's two movies between the two parts of Avengers. I wonder if that storyline will also be part of them to some extent, sort of spreading it across four movies?

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There's also those Marvel Netflix shows too, are they part of the MCU? When do we get them?

Yeah, Agents of SHIELD, Agent Carter and the four Netflix shows (coming together for a Defenders mini-series) are all MCU too. Daredevil is next May, with the usual Netflix thing of the whole 13 episode show coming the same day. Other launch dates haven't been announced yet.

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