With Marvel announcing 5 release dates for it’s upcoming movie slate, we are left guessing at which superhero we may see come to life next on the big screen. Marvel announced the 5 new release dates are July 28 and November 3, 2017; July 6 and November 2, 2018; and May 3, 2019.  Marvel is expected to reveal the titles when it hits Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con on July 26, but this doesn’t stop us from giving our own predictions and take a serious look at The Marvel Movies Heading Our Way from 2017 to 2019.

Let’s take a step back and look at the Marvel movies we already know are coming our way:

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What we know:

May 1st 2015 – The Avengers: Age of Ultron


Set to be the biggest blockbuster since, well the previous Avengers. This movie is sure to once again set a few box office records. The best thing you can do right now is to click here and get up to speed with all the latest Avengers: Age of Ultron news.

July 17th 2015 – Ant-Man

Screen capture: A “cybernetic helmet” enables him to communicate and study ants. Pym also designed a protective costume for himself and steel mesh

With the Edgar Wright director debacle we’re not too optimistic about the Ant-Man movie anymore. Although Kevin Feige claims the script remains the same as Edgars, we have our doubts. Check-out all our Ant-Man archive news here.

May 6th 2016 – Captain America 3

July 8th 2016 – Doctor Strange

With no casting news confirmed yet for Doctor Strange, we have loads of speculation and possible lead actors that may or may not join the cast. Check-out all our Dr. Strange news archives here

May 5th 2017 – Thor 3

July 27th 2017 – Guardians of the Galaxy Sequel

Guardians of the Galaxy will open the door for Thanos in Avengers 3. We’ve been waiting for Thanos since the first Avengers. We will get our first proper look and sound of Thanos in Guardians of the Galaxy. The date has been confirmed by Marvel, announced at the 2014 San Diego Comic con.


November 3rd 2017 – Avengers 3


This leaves two slots, the 2018 and 2019 movies open for debate. What has become very clear though is that Marvel’s Phase 3 is going to be a lot bigger by the time The Avengers reassemble for  the third bout facing Thanos. Alternatively Avengers 3 may be pushed to the below 2018 July slot, which leaves the November 2017 slot open for another Marvel movie.

Some of the rumours doing the rounds on the internet are solo films for Black Widow, Black Panther or  Ms. Marvel. Then again we may get a new solo Hulk movie, or another Iron Man. Don’t forget about a possible Nick Fury movie.

2018 – July 6th: ?????

2018 – November 2nd: ?????

2019 – May 3rd: ?????

This is well into Marvel’s 3rd phase which is still a huge mystery:

We’ll just have to wait for the SDCC people. In the meantime, geeks should mark their calendars and plan their Con visit properly by checking out the Full Movie Schedule and the Full TV Schedule released a little earlier this month. We also expect masses of “Walking Dead” geeks to check out AMC’s panel for the hit post-apocalyptic horror series. DC is also planning to take the Con by storm with the announcement of their 7 Anticipated DC Comic Book Movies to hit us till 2018. The studio is also planning a three-hour presentation on Saturday, July 26 to promote “Gotham“, “The Flash“, “Constantine” and “Arrow“.

The Fran here at GS also put together a nice little guide giving us an idea of What To Expect at San Diego Comic-Con 2014. Comic-Con International will take place July 23-27 at the San Diego Convention Center.