Marvel Phase 3 - Just Flicky’s Take on Top 5 Upcoming Superhero Movies

Marvel Phase 3 starts with Captain America: Civil War and will shape up the events after the Ultron's attack on earth. This phase is focused on events after second Avengers movie and will also launch on new superheros on the screen. Here is our take at upcoming movies and what viewers can expect from them:

1. Captain America: Civil War

Captain America is already out and a big success, some even calling it best Marvel movie ever. The move divides superheros into two parts after government’s superhero bill. One group lead by Iron Man favours the bill while the other, lead by Captain America, think this of this as rubbish and protest against it.

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2. Doctor Strange

The latest superhero that is coming out of comic books and mark his presence on screen is Doctor Stephen Strange, a highly accomplished neurosurgeon who discovers the world of magic after losing a hand in car accident. Set to release on 4th November 2016, Doctor Strange is played by the very talented and out favourite Benedict Cumberbatch and the trailer looks amazing.

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3. Thor: Ragnarok

Disappointed by Thor and Hulk not being in Captain America: Civil War? Well, not anymore. Thor: Ragnarok will bring both the character together once again and the movie is set to release on 3rd November, 2017. The movie will be based on battle of Ragnarok, an apocalypse that is going to kill almost all Norse Phantom,that might include Thor and Loki. Thor: Ragnarok is said to be darkest Marvel script ever and we might see something unexpected stuff happening.

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4. Black Panther

This has been confirmed that Black Panther will be getting his own standalone movie and the way Black Panther is shown in Civil War, we are excited to see how Marvel is going to portray this African King. The movie is set to release on 16th February, 2018 and Chadwick Boseman has been confirmed to play the lead role. The movie is based on African King and occasional Avenger T’Challa, who has a superhero side.

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5. Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider Man has been out of Marvel Cinematic Universe for long because Sony owned the rights but now that Sony and Marvel have reached an agreement, we are going to see new adventures of Peter Parker. Expected to release on July 17th, 2017, with Tom Holland playing Peter Parker and Robert Downey Jr. will also appear as his character Iron Man.

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