20170502 – DC and Marvel Comic Book Movie Lineup – 2017 to 2020


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May 5: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 
June 2: Wonder Woman
July 7: Spider-Man: Homecoming (Sony release, Marvel Studios-produced)
August 25: Death Note (Warner Bros.)
September 1: The Inhumans (Marvel/ABC) [Editor’s Note: The first two episodes of this planned 8-episode series will debut in IMAX theaters, with the remaining episodes to air on ABC starting September 26.]
September 22: Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Fox) (new date)
November 3: Thor: Ragnarok
November 17: Justice League

February 16: Black Panther
March 16: The Flash [Editor’s Note: The departure of director Rick Famuyima has led to reports the movie may be delayed.]
May 4: Avengers: Infinity War
April 13: The New Mutants (Fox) (new)
June 1: Deadpool 2 (Fox) (new)

July 6: Ant-Man and the Wasp
July 20: Alita: Battle Angel (Fox)
October 5: Venom (Sony)
November 2: Dark Phoenix (Fox) (new)
December 21: Aquaman
December 14: Spider-Man animated feature starring Miles Morales (Sony)

February 14: Untitled Fox Marvel film (Fox)
March 8: Captain Marvel
April 5: Shazam (New Line Cinema)
May 3: Untitled Avengers film
July 5:  Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel (Sony) 
November 1: Untitled DC/Warner Bros. film

April 3: Cyborg
May 1: Untitled Marvel Studios film
August 7: Untitled Marvel Studios film (new date)
July 24: Untitled DC film (presumed to be Green Lantern Corps)
November 6: Untitled Marvel Studios film


– Justice League, Part 2 reportedly pushed back on schedule in favor of the Ben Affleck-directed The Batman solo film. We’re keeping the date of June 14, 2019 off the schedule until official confirmation from Warner Bros. The Batman is taking that slot.

By various reports, Warner Bros. is reportedly also developing a Man of Steel sequel, Gotham City Sirens film starring Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn and directed by David Ayer, Deadshot and Nightwing solo films, a Suicide Squad sequel and a Batgirl film by Joss Whedon.

Gambit (Fox): Delayed indefinitely due to script changes and departure of its second director. There are no recent reports suggesting the film is close to going into production.

Fantastic Four 2 (Fox): While there hasn’t been any official confirmation by Fox, this seems like a very unlikely bet with the future of the current incarnation of the franchise very much in doubt.

Source : DC and Marvel Comic Book Movie Lineup – 2015 to 2020