Many superhero films lined up for release

Many superhero films lined up for release

From Bumblebee

There’s good news for superhero fans this year. From the hilarious ‘Deadpool 2’, tragic ‘Avengers:Infinity War’, the politically emotional ‘Black Panther’, fans of sci-fi films have experienced the best that this genre has to offer.

Metrolife brings you a roundup of the sci-fi films that you can look forward to.


Also releasing on December 21, is the first spinoff film in the Transformers franchise. This is the first live action Transformers movie that is not directed by Michael Bay. Set years before the first movie, this is a smaller scale but a more character driven story.

Starring Hailee Steinfeld and John Cena, this movie is directed by Travis Knight.


Set to release on October 5, this Marvel/Sony movie with star Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock in a R-rated horror angle. The movie will follow the storyline of the classic Marvel volumes: ‘Lethal Protector and Planet of the Symbiotes’. ‘Venom’ is set to take on a group of symbiotic monsters and face off against Carnage. Hardy’s fans are looking forward to his upcoming portrayal of this psychotic, symbiotic journalist/vigilante.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Releasing on December 14, Sony will kick off a Spider-Man franchise with the concept of a multiverse. This will bring together Spider-themed heroes from parallel universes. This is the first movie that focuses on Miles Morales, a dark skinned Spider hero. Supporting characters are an adult version of Peter Parker (the original Spider-Man) and Spider Gwen.


Directed by James Wan, ‘Aquaman’ brings together Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, Dolph Lundgren and Willem Dafoe. Momoa’s acting takes Aquaman into a more serious track. Arthur Curry aka Aquaman, tries to earn his place in two worlds while preventing a war between them. It releases on December 21.

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