It seems a lot of entertainment lies in store for audiences around the world. The next half decade of Marvel movies is ready to roll thanks to scriptwriters, directors and actors.
Marvel’s superheroes have always fascinated us from the time we were little kids reading comics. Iron Man sure rocked the boat with its action sequences and fast-paced plot.
According to an announcement on Marvel's official website, "The Marvel Cinematic Universe has continued to grow every year since it began in 2008 with Marvel's "Iron Man," and now we've got the dates for five more films coming your way through 2019!"
The narrative was exciting and truly edgy. But now, at least five more films are set to be released in the next five years. The dates for these debuts are: July 28th and November 3rd, 2017 and July 6th and November 2nd, 2018.
Finally, May 3rd, 2019 is the last date for one of the movies to be released in theaters around the world. Marvel has always thought big and likes to take giant steps in its quest to entertain the hungry audiences that just can’t get enough of the kicks from the talking pictures on screen.
Yet the five years from now till 2019 may end up showing the world 11 movies in their repertoire. It will take heaven and earth to churn out so many movies on such a large scale.
Among some of the movies that have been leaked may be included: Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man and Captain America 3. And there are more that are still to come.
Doctor Strange is one of them and it will come out in 2016. Avengers Infinity: Part I too lies somewhere in the subtext of plans for the future. And as for Thor 3, it might get shot in 2017.
The movies are gems that will lend an experience-making aura to the audiences everywhere. They will most probably be blockbusters and spread like viral memes as far as their dialogues are concerned.
Marvel is an empire in itself and produces such extremely interesting and curiosity-provoking characters like Batman and Superman.
The superheroes and super-heroines that flood the screen with their brave and daring deeds are so entertaining and attention-catching that the scriptwriters and actors and actresses who play them ought to be given a pat on the back.