By Nicole Drum – November 5, 2019 01:00 am EST Share 0 Comments 0 Superhero movies are easily among the most popular when it comes to current movie offerings. Whether you’re a fan of DC or a fan of Marvel, studios on both sides of comics have been putting out an impressive number of films for years, many of them ending up as massive box office successes and even helping to drive popular culture in a major way — you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t have some concept of what the Marvel Cinematic Universe is at this point. But while fans have been blessed with so many superhero films for over the past decade, the genre is showing no signs of slowing down. Marvel Studios, Warner Bros., and even Sony all have quite a few films on the slate for the next few years, expanding the world of comic book heroes even further on the big screen. For many of those films, we have an idea of exactly when they are coming out while for others, we may not know exactly what the movie is, just a date to expect something that will surely be big, bold and… Read full this story
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