Via: Marvel
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About a year ago, Marvel announced its movie schedule for the next five years, but it looks like it's time to update that schedule. A sequel to Marvel's smallest film (pun intended) to date, Ant-Man, is officially on the books. Called Ant-Man and The Wasp, this super dup starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will take over Black Panther's slot on July 6th, 2018.

Marvel seems to be sticking pretty hard to the "no more than three movies a year" rule moving Black Panther up to February 16th 2018, and Captain Marvel back to March 8th, 2019. Marvel's first female solo superhero, Captain Marvel has had her debut movie pushed back twice now, the first time occurring when Spider-Man came home to Marvel.

Marvel also announced three dates for movies in 2020 which is most likely the beginning of Phase 4. May 1st, July 10th, and November 6th will be the first Marvel movies of next decade. (Prediction: Spider-Man 2, Guardians of the Galaxy 3, Blade 4)

The Official Marvel Schedule (As of October 2015)

  • 5/6/2016 - Captain America: Civil War
  • 11/4/2016 - Doctor Strange
  • 5/5/2017 - Guardians of the Galaxy 2
  • 7/28/2017 - Spider-Man
  • 11/3/2017 - Thor: Ragnarok
  • 2/16/2018 - Black Panther
  • 5/4/2018 - Avengers: Infinity War Pt. 1
  • 7/6/2018 - Ant-Man and The Wasp
  • 3/8/2019 - Captain Marvel
  • 5/3/2019 - Avengers: Infinity War Pt. 2
  • 7/12/2019 - Inhumans
  • 5/1/2020 - Unknown
  • 7/10/2020 - Unknown
  • 11/6/2020 - Unknown

Add in another 4-5 movies a year from X-Men/DC and you'll get a sense of where all your money is going over the next five years. Hope you like Superheroes!

Via: Comixology
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Premiering November 20th, Jessica Jones, Marvel's next Netflix series will continue to introduce the 'street-level' heroes of Hell's Kitchen, New York. This hero isn't as recognizable as her counterparts. As part of MAX (Marvel's first unrated comic line) Alias featured Jessica Jones' downward spiral after a serious trauma forced her to hang up her cape and become a private investigator, but the series only ran for 28 issues between 2001 and 2004.

Now, in order to help audiences catch up with the lesser known hero, Marvel got the original creators (Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos) to create a free 12-page issue connecting Jessica Jones to the over-arching MCU.

There's even a special Daredevil cameo. You can get a Digital Copy at Comixology. You should do it now! It's free!

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Thea Queen's been 'Speedy' since season 1 of Arrow. Looks like she's finally donning the cowl to join her brother's mission. Arrow premieres tonight!

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