6. Avengers: Infinity War, Part I, May 4, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War, Part IYes, you saw it well! This movie is only going to be released 3 years later than nowadays. And there are a lot of people out there who are actually counting the hours to see this movie on screen. The Infinity War is one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe sagas and they are building it even since their beginnings.

Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo after the comic book written by Jack Kirby, the film is produced by Marvel Entertainment for IMAX 3D screens and it will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

At the end of The Avengers we saw Thanos, angry because the Chitaurs didn’t manage to destroy Earth and, most important, to achieve the Tesseract. Thanos is the destroyer of all the worlds and the worst enemy The Avengers must face. In this film he will manage to take control of the world. Owning the six stones that lead him to incredible powers, Thanos will return to Terra to destroy once and forever Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and their allies. There were also some rumors about Marvel bringing the Guardians of Galaxy also in this movie, in order to reunite all the main superheroes pictured by Marvel. The second part of the film will be released in 2019.


5. Wonder Woman, June 23, 2017

Wonder WomanNow here’s the whole power in the hands of a superhero woman! It’s actually the first movie in this new modern era starring, at last, a woman (Catwoman and Elektra aren’t too much to speak about). The film is going to be released in the U.S, but also in parts of Europe on June 23, 2017.

Directed by Patty Jenkins, the film is realized on Jason Fuchs’ screenplay and produced by Warner Bros who is also the distributor of the movie. Wonder Woman will be pictured by Gal Gadot, a 30 years old Israeli actress and model. She is now well known all over the world thanks to the role Giselle, in The Fast and Furious series.

An Amazon princess, the fearless Diana of Themiscyra, was given by the Gods with lots of super powers so she becomes the Wonder Woman. There are some amazing adventures for the brave, but also beautiful and good princess.

And some more better good news come from the Warner Bros and DC studios which decided to make two movies based on superhero characters for four years from now on.

4. Fantastic Four, August 7, 2015

Fantastic Four, August 7, 2015This great Marvel superheroes team is finally back on the screens, this time in 3D. Unfortunately, the last try of Marvel’s characters franchise broke the story after only two movies. And it was no surprise for the audience because there were a lot of criticizes on the special effects, some poor screenplay and the characters’ value in those movies. Now, the new arrival is almost here and everybody is waiting for it! It will be released in less than a month so…get ready with some popcorn!

Directed by Josh Trank, after a compiled screenplay written by him, Simon Kinberg and Jeremy Slater, the film is produced and distributed by Twentieth Century Fox for 3D screens. Mr. Fantastic is pictured by Miles Teller (an American actor and musician rewarded with the Dramatic Special Jury for Acting award for his role in The Spectacular Now in 2013),

The Invisible Woman is coming to life thanks to Kate Mara (who’s got a lot of work this year, also starring Man Down, The Martian, Captive and Moonbeam City), while The Thing is played by Jamie Bell (the English actor who won the BAFTA award for the leading actor in 2001 for his role in Billy Elliot) and the role of The Human Torch is taken by Michael B. Jordan (who starred a lot of famous TV series, such as The Sopranos and Friday Night Lights).

Fantastic Four is actually a contemporary, modern, release of one of the oldest and most appreciated Marvel superheroes team. These four go into an alternative universe, full of dangers, where their bodies pass through dramatic changes. Their lives change irreversibly and the team must face and master the new amazing features and work to save Earth from a terrible threatening.

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