DC or Marvel Comics? Can you actually choose? The Avengers vs. The Justice League, Captain America vs. Batman, Thor vs. Superman, Wonder Woman vs. Iron Man… yes, these battles would actually be pretty epic, but sadly, that’s not the way it works. (Or maybe it could? Fingers crossed!)

Taking Marvel Entertainment head on, DC Entertainment has announced a schedule to compete with upcoming Marvel films, until 2020, giving fans 6 years of action packed heroes! So if you are a fan of DC or Marvel, don’t worry, both have you covered.

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Starting with DC:

  • 2016: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (which will introduce Ben Affleck as Batman and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman) and Suicide Squad (aka Task Force X), which will be DC’s closest film equivalent to Guardians of the Galaxy
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  • 2019: Shazam (starring The Rock as Black Adam) and Justice League Part Two(also directed by Zack Snyder)
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  • 2020: Cyborg (starring Ray Fisher) and Green Lantern
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Marvel:

  • 2015: Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1st) and Ant-Man (July 17th)
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  • 2016: Captain America 3 (May 6th — co-starring Iron Man) and Doctor Strange (July 8th, with no one confirmed for the title role)
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  • 2017: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (July 28th) and two untitled films for May 5th and November 3rd
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  • 2018: three untitled films for May 4th, July 6th, and November 2nd
  • 2019: one untitled film for May 3rd

Mark those calendars, DC and Marvel fans, both franchises will be putting their mark on the entertainment world for years to come!

 

 

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