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DC and Marvel Cinematic Timelines

To make everyone’s life easier, here is a timeline of all the future Marvel and DC movies that will be coming out (as of Jan 7, 2015):


age of ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron: May 1


Ant-Man: July 17

fantastic four reboot

Fantastic Four: August 7



Deadpool: Feb 12

Batman v Superman

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: March 25

Captian America- Civil War

Captain America: Civil War: May 6

X-Men Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse: May 27

Suicide Squad Movie

Suicide Squad: Aug 5

Gambit - Movie

Gambit: Oct 7

Doctor Strange Movie

Doctor Strange: Nov 4


Sinister Six: Nov 11


Sandman: December



Wolverine 3: March 3


Guardians of the Galaxy 2: May 5

fantastic four reboot

Fantastic Four 2: June 2


Wonder Woman: June 23

Thor Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnaror: July 28

Black Panter

Black Panther: Nov 3

Justice League

Justice League: Nov 23


The Flash Movie

The Flash: March 23

Avengers Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War Part 1: May 4


Man of Steel 2: May

Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel: July 6


Unknown X-Men Movie: July 13


Aquaman: July 27


Inhumans: Nov 2



Shazam: April 19

Avengers Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War Part 2: May 3

Justice League

Justice League 2: June 14



Cyborg: April 3

Green Lantern

Green Lantern: June 19

There are a few movies that are slated to come out but we don’t have official release dates:


Female Lead Spider-Man spin-off

Venom: Carnage

Lego Batman


Amazing Spider-Man 3


There are a few movies that are rumored but we don’t have any release information on:


Justice League Dark

Untitled Superman Movie

Untitled Batman Movie

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Sandman has a writer


Jack Throne has been brought on to write the Sandman movie that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is producing.  Joseph Gordon-Levitt also is hoping to star and direct the movie as well.

Jack Throne is a relatively unknown, one of the biggest things he is known for is Skins.  Joseph Gordon-Levitt has only directed one other movie Don Jon, which he also starred.

I do not know a lot about The Sandman but from what I have found it is about Morpheus who is the personification of dreams.  I am willing to bet that is a play on Morpheus from the Greek myths he was the God of Dreams.  Apparently, he was held captive for 70 years but he manages to escape.  Like any true superhero character, he has to seek revenge while trying to rebuild himself and adapt to new times.

This could be a really interesting movie since it deals with both the horror and fantasy genres.  Anything dealing with dreams is naturally going to have psychological aspects to it.  Since I am unfamiliar with this series, I can’t speculate if this will turn out good or bad.  From what I have discovered it does seem like this series will have a lot of facets to it.  In live action, it could be really cool, so I guess we will just have to wait and see as more develops with this story.