The Five Most Exciting Upcoming Superhero Movies

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5 Most Exciting Superhero Movies Upcoming

With dozens of superhero movies in the pipeline or in-production right now, there are plenty of comic book capers to look forward to over the next few years. Here’s a look at five of the most exciting ones to look out for.

5. Morbius

Scientist Michael Morbius suffers from a rare blood disease. After attempting a dangerous cure, he finds he has become afflicted with a type of vampirism. The bloodthirsty character with amazing superpowers, Morbius, has been a Marvel-fan favorite for some time, and he finally gets to star in his own movie. Jared Leto plays the title character, and Doctor Who actor Matt Smith joins him as Loxias Crown. Morbius will hit cinemas in 2021. But if you can’t wait until then, you could get into the superhero mood in the meantime by playing the Super Heroes slot game, which is available at Casumo casino.

4. Venom: Let There Be Carnage

The sentient alien symbiote character Venom has come a long way since his first full appearance in The Amazing Spider-Man comic book #300 in 1988. Even though the first Venom film from 2018 was a hit with fans, it didn’t receive the critical acclaim that was hoped for. The sequel is due to be released in 2021. Tom Hardy, who has to be one of the greatest actors of his generation, returns to the role of Eddie Brock and his alien alter ego. And after Woody Harrelson appeared in a teaser at the end of the first movie as villain Cletus Kasady, it is no surprise to learn he will be returning for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

3. Captain Marvel 2

Seeing as the first Captain Marvel movie grossed more than $1.1 billion worldwide, making it the very first female-starring superhero film to surpass the billion-dollar mark, it should come as no surprise to learn that a second film is on its way. Little is known about the upcoming sequel to the 2019 picture, and it hasn’t yet started filming, but Captain Marvel 2 is definitely happening. It’s due to hit screens in 2022. Once again, Brie Larson will be playing the iconic title role, although the co-writers and co-directors of the first film, Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, will not be returning.

2. Black Widow

Fans of the Marvel heroine Black Widow have been waiting a long time for the character to star in her own movie. In fact, Lionsgate acquired the film rights for Black Widow as far back as 2004. After they dropped the project and Marvel regained the rights, Black Widow appeared in several movies, including Iron Man 2 and Avengers and Captain America films. Scarlett Johansson’s portrayal of one of the most kick-ass female superheroes around has deserved a standalone movie for some time, and now the former agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. gets exactly that. The movie Black Widow is currently scheduled to be released in May 2021. The story takes place directly after 2016’s Captain America: Civil War and sees Black Widow’s alter-ego Natasha Romanoff finding herself confronting a dangerous conspiracy that is tied to her past.

1. The Batman

As filming has been delayed, The Batman’s release date keeps being pushed back, but it is currently scheduled to arrive at cinemas in 2022. Without a doubt, the most hotly anticipated superhero movie of present times is the new Caped Crusader film, which sees Twilight-star Robert Pattinson donning the Batsuit for the first time. Directed by Let Me In director Matt Reeves, the new Batman film is set during the Dark Knight’s second year of crime-fighting. As he fights corruption in Gotham City, Batman comes across a formidable serial killer called the Riddler, played by Paul Dano. Plenty of other famous baddies from the Batman comics appear as well, including Colin Farrell as the Penguin and Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman. This first standalone Batman movie since Christopher Nolan’s spellbindingly brilliant Dark Knight trilogy looks set to reinvent one of the most famous superheroes on the planet, and it looks as though it will be just as exciting and memorable as Nolan’s movies, if not more so.