If you are somewhat like me then 2018 is your year. Marvel and DC have lined up some amazing movies. While Marvel has loads of movies lined up, DC, this time isn’t behind. With Justice League and Wonder Woman’s huge success, we can’t wait for these movies.

1. Black Panther


February 16, 2018

Black Panther made his debut in Captain America: Civil War, where he fought alongside Iron Man. Black Panther will see him return home to his kingdom of Wakanda, but his sovereignty is under threat from enemies both within his country and from the outside.

Catch the trailer –

2. Avengers: The Infinity War


April 27th, 2018

Easily the biggest of all the superhero movies to release in 2018, Infinity War will continue after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War and Thor:  Ragnarok. The Avengers though are still torn apart from the events of Civil War, they must band together with the Guardians of the Galaxy to confront Thanos, who is trying to gather the Infinity Stones in order to complete the terrifyingly powerful Infinity Gauntlet.

Catch the trailer here –

3. Deadpool 2


18 May, 2018

Who didn’t love the movie? The Ryan Reynolds starer grossed over $783 million worldwide. At this time, a lot is still unknown about the film’s plot. But it is expected to (once again) poke fun at the superhero movie genre, and of course, it will be R-rated.

4. The Incredibles 2


June 15, 2018

Although there were rumors of the sequels since 2004, we will finally see the movie this year. Nothing is known about the plot of The Incredibles 2, but it will probably on how the family dynamic comes into play within the superhero genre.

Catch the teaser here –

5. Ant-Man and the Wasp


July 6, 2018

Evangeline Lilly’s transformation into The Wasp was teased in a mid-credits scene, so it’s safe to assume that she will be ‘full Wasp’ in the Ant-Man and The Wasp movie. The original Ant-Man movie was a surprise hit and it had light, enjoyable feel to it.



October 5, 2018

It is a spinoff is intended to kick off a loosely-connected universe of Marvel Comics adaptations, but Venom will not take place in the same universe as the Marvel Studios/Sony co-production Spider-Man: Homecoming. This is planned as an R-rated adaptation of the symbiote storyline, described as something of a twist on the horror genre, and Venom will be portrayed as an anti-hero.



November 2, 2018

The sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse has been firmed up as Dark Phoenix, which will tackle the beloved Jean Grey story arc from the comics that was first broached in X-Men: The Last Stand.

8. Aquaman


October 05, 2018

Jason Momoa is playing Aquaman, the superhero with the ability to harness the power of the ocean. He’s already made a brief debut in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but he had a more substantial part in the Justice League movie.

Your 2018 is already sorted!