Films 2018

The Avengers

You want to know what movies will be in 2018? And what 2017 movies are confirmed? Keep going and discover the 100 most anticipated films of the next few yearsAmong them we find several installments of 'Star Wars' and many comic book adaptations, especially Marvel and DC.

And it is that the premieres that before us advance the release date are new installments of sagas, as well as two of the cinematographic universes that will have the most weight in the coming years, those of the aforementioned Marvel and DC, who are willing to give the rest with their new films.

Fantastic Four

  1. 'Fantastic four' ('The Fantastic Four') by Josh Trank: New adaptation of the eponymous Marvel comic series. A new franchise start that tried its luck a decade ago and did not work out as expected. Premiere: 7 August 2015
  2. 'The Scarlet Summit' ('Crimson Peak') by Guillermo del Toro: New work by Mexican director Guillermo del Toro, highly anticipated by lovers of horror films and especially by fans of gothic. Premiere: October 15, 2015
  3. 'Sinister 2' by Ciaran Foy: Second installment of the horror saga that began, with great success, in 2012 with the film 'Sinister, directed by Scott Derrickson. Premiere: October 15, 2015
  4. 'Paranormal Activity: Phantom Dimension' ('Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension') by Gregory Plotkin: New installment of the successful saga 'Paranormal Activity', one of the most followed franchises in recent years, which is based on the so fashionable found footage. Premiere: October 23, 2015
  5. 'The bridge of spies' ('Bridge of Spies') by Steven Spielberg: New film by Steven Spielberg with which he will probably be present again at the next Oscars. Premiere: October 3, 2015
  6. 'Specter' of Sam Mendes: Delivery number 24 of the adventures of James Bond that once again, although already the last one, will have as protagonist Daniel Craig. Premiere: November 6, 2015
  7. 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' ('The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2') by Francis Lawrence: Last installment of the saga 'The Hunger Games', adaptation of the popular literary saga of the same name by Suzanne Collins. Premiere: November 20, 2015
  8. 'Rings' by F. Javier Gutiérrez: New installment of the horror saga 'The Ring' that seems to be a prequel to the American versions and not the Japanese originals. Premiere: December 4, 2015
  9. 'Star Wars. Episode VII: The Force Awakens' ('Star Wars. Episode VII: The Force Awakens') by JJ Abrams: The most anticipated film of 2015 cannot be other than the new installment of Star Wars that marks the beginning of the third trilogy. Premiere: December 18, 2015
  10. 'The Hateful Eight' Quentin Tarantino: New work from one of the most followed filmmakers in the world such as Quentin Tarantino. Once again he dares with the western and may be at the Oscars again. Premiere: December 25, 2015

Steve Jobs

  1. 'That's What I'm Talking About' by Richard Linklater: Next film by Richard Linklater, who has won over audiences with films like 'Boyhood' or the 'Before…' trilogy. Premiere: no specific date in 2015
  2. 'Steve Jobs' by Danny Boyle: Biopic about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs led by Oscar winner Danny Boyle, who could return to the Hollywood Academy Awards in this upcoming edition. Premiere: 1 of January of 2016
  3. 'Joy' by David O. Russell: New collaboration between actress Jennifer Lawrence and director David O. Russell, the previous two lead both to opt for the Oscar, the interpreter won it for 'The good side of things' (' Silver Livings Playbook '). Premiere: 16 of January of 2016
  4. 'The Danish Girl' Tom Hooper: Another of the films that have many numbers to be in the new edition of the Oscars, with the already Oscar-winning Tom Hooper directing and Eddie Redmayne as the protagonist. Premiere: 16 of January of 2016
  5. 'The Revenant' by Alejandro González Iñárritu: The great winner of the last edition of the Hollywood Academy Awards, Alejandro González Iñárritu, is once again one of the favorites for these awards with his new film 'The Revenant'. The great expectation is around its protagonist Leonardo DiCaprio who could choose his first statuette.  Premiere: 5 of February of 2016
  6. 'Deadpool' by Tim Miller: Adaptation of the eponymous Marvel comic starring one of the less conventional characters of the House of Ideas. Premiere: 19 of February of 2016
  7. 'Prometheus 2' by Ridley Scott: New film in the 'Alien' saga directed by Ridley Scott, specifically the sequel to the prequel 'Prometheus' that came to us in 2012. Premiere: March 4, 2016
  8. 'The Divergent series: Loyal. Part 1' ('The Divergent Series: Allegiant - Part 1') by Robert Schwentke: Third and penultimate installment of the 'Divergent' saga, adaptation of the homonymous literary saga written by Veronica Roth. Premiere: March 18, 2016
  9. 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' ('Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice') by Zack Snyder: Next DC movie with Warner Bros. and probably the most anticipated of the DC comics of recent years. First meeting on the big screen of the two superheroes and Ben Affleck for the first time as Batman Premiere: March 23, 2016
  10. 'Captain America: Civil War' ('Captain America: Civil War') by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo: Third installment of the adventures of the Marvel character Captain America and the umpteenth of the Avengers. Premiere: May 16, 2016

Ninja Turtles 2

  1. 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' by James Bobin: Second part of Tim Burton's 2010 film 'Alice in Wonderland' ('Alice in Wonderland') which will be directed by James Bobin and will keep the same main cast. Premiere: May 16, 2016
  2. 'X-Men: Apocalypse' ('X-Men: Apocalypse') by Bryan Singer: New installment of the adventures of the mutants that will once again be directed by Bryan Singer and that will say goodbye to many of the main cast actors. Premiere: May 27, 2016
  3. 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II' by David Green: Although the first installment of this new version of 'The Ninja Turtles' has not been enchanted, we will have a second part that many are already waiting for. Premiere: June 3, 2016
  4. 'Warcraft' by Duncan Jones: Adaptation of the popular role-playing game 'World of Warcraft' that will feature the direction of one of the great promises of recent years, David Bowie's son, Duncan Jones. Premiere: June 3, 2016
  5. 'The great good-natured giant' Steven Spielberg: New animated film from probably the world's most famous director Steven Spielberg. The film is about the adaptation of the homonymous tale by Roald Dahl. Premiere: July 1, 2016
  6. 'Ghostbusters 3' ('Ghostbusters III') by Paul Feig: Third installment of the 80's classic 'Ghostbusters' ('Ghostbusters') which this time will feature four female protagonists. Premiere: July 8, 2016
  7. 'Star Trek Beyond' by Justin Lin: Nth installment of the intergalactic saga 'Star Trek', a franchise that has gained momentum with the previous films both directed by JJ Abrams. Premiere: July 15, 2016
  8. 'King Arthur' Guy Ritchie: Guy Ritchie's next film inspired by the legend of King Arthur but set in a fantasy world. Premiere: July 22, 2016
  9. 'Suicide Squad' ('Suicide Squad') by David Ayer: A film starring some of DC's most famous villains and in which we will see a new Joker, played in this case by Oscar winner Jared Leto. Premiere: August 5, 2016
  10. 'The ice age 5' ('Ice Age 5') from (no director confirmed): Fifth installment of the popular animation saga 'Ice Age'.  Premiere: August 12, 2016

Star wars rogue one

  1. 'Gambit' ('Gambit'): Spin-off of the 'X-Men' saga that will star Gambit, a mutant that we could already see in the film 'X-Men origins: Wolverine' ('X-Men Origins: Wolverine') and that this time it will be played by Channing Tatum. Premiere: October 7, 2016
  2. 'Doctor Strange' ('Doctor Strange') by Scott Derrickson: New Marvel movie based on the comic of the same name and starring Oscar nominee Benedict Cumberbatch. Premiere: November 4, 2016
  3. 'Live by Night' by Ben Affleck: Fourth film as director of Ben Affleck, who won with the third, 'Argo', the Oscar for best picture in 2013. Premiere: November 4, 2016
  4. 'The sinister six' ('The Sinister Six') by Drew Goddard: Film stars several Marvel villains, specifically the enemies of Spiderman. Premiere: November 11, 2016
  5. 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' by David Yates: Spin-off of the saga that has raised the most money at the box office, 'Harry Potter', and that is inspired by the homonymous book by JK Rowling. Premiere: November 18, 2016
  6. 'The Adventures of Tintin 2' ('The Adventures of Tintin: Prisoners of the Sun') by Peter Jackson: Second installment of the animation saga about the character of Hergé Tintin that will end up being a trilogy. Premiere: December 16, 2016
  7. 'Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One' by Gareth Edwards: First of the two spin-offs of the 'Star Wars' saga that is already being prepared together with the third of the trilogies of the popular franchise. Premiere: December 16, 2016
  8. 'Assassin's Creed' by Justin Kurzel: Adaptation of the eponymous video game series that will feature Oscar winner Marion Cotillard and nominee Michael Fassbender as the main protagonists. Premiere: December 21, 2016
  9. 'Finding Dory' ('Finding Dory') by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane: Second installment of the Pixar hit 'Finding Nemo' ('Finding Nemo') from 2003.  Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  10. 'The Mercenaries 4' ('The Expendables 4') by Dave Callaham: Fourth installment of the saga starring the most famous action film actors of the last decades.  Premiere: no specific date in 2016

50 shades darker

  1. 'Metal Gear Solid' by Jordan Vogt-Roberts: Adaptation of the popular Konami video game. Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  2. 'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter' by Paul WS Anderson: Sixth and apparently last installment of the 'Resident Evil' saga inspired by the homonymous video game. Premiere: no specific date in 2016

2017 Movies Confirmed

  1. 'Silence' by Martin Scorsese: Next work of the teacher Martin Scorsese, one of the filmmakers that the Hollywood Academy likes the most, so it is expected that he will be present at the Oscars gala to be held in 2017. Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  2. 'Splinter Cell' by Doug Liman: Another of the most anticipated films of the next few years is another video game adaptation, 'Sprinter Cell', which will star Tom Hardy. Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  3. 'The Ballad of Richard Jewell' Clint Eastwood: Next film by Clint Eastwood that will feature Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill as the main protagonists. Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  4. 'The Last of Us' from (no director confirmed): Post-apocalyptic movie inspired by the eponymous video game. Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  5. 'The Neon Demon' by Nicolas Winding Refn: New work by the Danish director, one of the authors who has most divided both critics and audiences with films like 'Drive' or 'Only God Forgives'. Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  6. 'The Sandman' by Joseph Gordon Levitt: Adaptation of the popular Neil Gaiman comic of the same name. Premiere: no specific date in 2016
  7. 'Fifty Shades Darker' ('Fifty Shades Darker') by (no director confirmed): Second part of the erotic saga adaptation of the homonymous literary saga by EL James. Premiere: 10 of February of 2017
  8. 'Lego Batman' by Chris McKay: Spin-off of the successful animated film 'The Lego Movie' that stars Batman, one of the secondary characters of the original film. Premiere: 10 of February of 2017

Wolverine Hugh Jackman, one of the 2017 movies confirmed

  1. 'Wolverine 3' by James Mangold: New installment of the 'X-Men' universe, the third that will feature 'Wolverine' as the exclusive protagonist. Premiere: March 3, 2017
  2. Kong: Skull Island by Joe Cornish: Prequel to the movie 'King Kong'. Premiere: March 10, 2017
  3. 'The Divergent series: Loyal. Part 2' ('The Divergent Series: Allegiant - Part 2') by Robert Schwentke: Fourth and last installment of the 'Divergent' saga, adaptation of the homonymous literary saga written by Veronica Roth. Premiere: March 24, 2017
  4. 'Fast and Furious 8' of (without confirmed director): Eighth installment of the successful saga 'Fast and Furious', which has been reactivated especially for its seventh episode. Premiere: April 14, 2017
  5. 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' ('Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2'): New installment of Marvel's galactic heroes. Premiere: May 5, 2017
  6. 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' by Rian Johnson: Second installment of this third and final trilogy in the saga that George Lucas began four decades ago. Premiere: May 26, 2017
  7. 'The Fantastic Four 2' from (no director confirmed): Second installment of the Marvel Fantastic Four franchise reboot. Premiere: June 2, 2017
  8. 'Toy Story 4' by John Lasseter and Josh Cooley: New installment in the Pixar saga that completely changed animated cinema in 1995 with the first installment 'Toy Story' Premiere: June 16, 2017
  9. 'Wonder Woman' by Patty Jenkins': Continuing its just-started cinematic universe, DC will bring us the Wonder Woman film. Premiere: June 23, 2017
  10. 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' de Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg: Fifth installment of the adventures of Jack Sparrow, one of the highest grossing Disney products in recent years. Premiere: July 7, 2017

Blade Runner

  1. Spiderman movie still untitled by Jon Watts: New reboot of the Spiderman saga, this time with the Marvel production company involved and with Tom Holland as the young superhero. Premiere: July 28, 2017
  2. 'War of the Planet of the Apes' by Matt Reeves: Third installment of the prequel saga of the fantastic film classic 'The Planet of the Apes'. Premiere: July 28, 2017
  3. Lego's Ninjago'by Charlie Bean: Another spin-off of the hit movie' The Lego Movie 'that stars ninjas. Premiere: September 22, 2017
  4. 'Thor: Ragnarok' from (no director confirmed): Third installment of the 'Thor' saga and next Marvel cinematic universe starring the Avengers. Premiere: November 3, 2017
  5. 'Justice League - Part 1' ('Justice League - Part One') by Zack Snyder. First part of the diptych of the Justice League, the axis on which the DC film universe will pivot.  Premiere: November 23, 2017
  6. 'Avatar 2' by James Cameron: Second installment of what is by far the highest grossing film in the history of cinema. Premiere: no date confirmed in December 2017
  7. Blade Runner 2 by Denis Villeneuve: Another of the most anticipated films of the next few years is undoubtedly the second installment of the cult film 'Blade Runner'. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2017
  8. 'Dumbo' Tim Burton's: Live-action movie remake of the Disney classic 'Dumbo' directed by the ever-curious Tim Burton. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2017
  9. 'It's What I Do' by Steven Spielberg: One more work by Steven Spielberg that could be present at the Oscars, the adaptation of the memoirs of the Pulitzer Prize-winning war photojournalist Lynsey Addario Premiere: no date confirmed in 2017
  10. 'Mad Max: Wastland' by George Miller: Fifth installment of the post-apocalyptic saga that returned in 2015 after three decades stopped. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2017

The Lego Movie

  1. 'Wreck Ralph 2!' ('Wreck-It Ralph 2') from (no director confirmed): Second installment of the film nominated for an Oscar for best animated film in 2013 by Disney. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2017
  2. 'The Death and Life of John F. Donovan' by Xavier Dolan: Another of the most anticipated films is the debut on American soil of one of the «enfants terribles» of our day, the Canadian Xavier Dolan. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2017
  3. 'Transformers 5' de (without confirmed director): Fifth installment of one of the most criticized sagas as well as one of the highest grossing in history. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2017

Films 2018

  1. 'Fifty Shades Freed' ('Fifty Shades Freed') by (no director confirmed): Third part of the erotic saga adaptation of the homonymous literary saga by EL James. Premiere: 9 of February of 2018
  2. 'The Flash' by Greg Berlanti: Movie starring the character of DC and part of the cinematographic universe of the production company itself. Premiere: March 23, 2018
  3. 'Avengers 3: Infinity War. Part 1' ('Avengers: Infinity War. Part I') by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo: First part of the third installment of the 'Avengers' saga and the umpteenth of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Premiere: May 4, 2018
  4. 'The Lego Movie 2' ('The Lego Movie 2'): by Philip Lord, Chris Miller and Chris McKay: Sequel to the hit movie starring Lego dolls. Premiere: June 1, 2018
  5. 'Black Panther' from (no director confirmed): Adaptation of the Marvel comic of the same name. Premiere: July 6, 2018
  6. New film in the X-Men saga from (no director confirmed): With a renewed cast as many actors will leave the saga in 'X-Men: Apocalypse', the mutant franchise will continue with new adventures. Premiere: July 13, 2018
  7. 'Aquaman' by James Wan: A film about another of the Dc characters, which we will see previously in one of the films of the cinematographic universe, most likely in 'Justice League'. Premiere: July 27, 2018

Captain Marvel, one of the 2018 movies

  1. 'Captain Marvel' ('Captain Marvel') from (no director confirmed): Movie starring Marvel superhero Captain Marvel. Premiere: November 2, 2018
  2. 'Avatar 3' by James Cameron: Third installment of what is by far the highest grossing film in the history of cinema. Premiere: no date confirmed in December 2018
  3. 'Alien 5' by Neill Blomkamp: Fifth installment of the 'Alien' saga without counting the 'Prometheus' prequels and the 'Predator' crossovers  Premiere: no date confirmed in 2018
  4. 'Bitelchús 2' by Tim Burton: Highly anticipated sequel to the hilarious film starring Michael Keaton and directed by Tim Burton. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2018
  5. Second Spin-off Star Wars by Michelle MacLaren: First of the two spin-offs of the 'Star Wars' saga that is already being prepared together with the third of the trilogies of the popular franchise. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2018
  6. 'Shazam' by Darren Lemke: Adaptation of the DC comic of the same name that will star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Premiere: April 5, 2019
  7. 'Avengers 3: Infinity War. Part 2' ('Avengers: Infinity War. Part II') by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo: Second part of the third installment of the 'Avengers' saga and the umpteenth of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2018
  8. 'Justice League - Part 1' ('Justice League - Part One') by Zack Snyder. First part of the Justice League diptych, the axis on which the DC film universe will pivot. Premiere: June 14, 2019
  9. 190712 Inhumans Premiere: July 12, 2019
  10. 'Avatar 4' by James Cameron: Fourth installment of what is by far the highest grossing film in the history of cinema. Premiere: no date confirmed in December 2019

Ben Affleck Batman

  1. 'Star Wars: Episode IX' of (without confirmed director): Ninth and apparently the last installment, although you never know, of the franchise that George Lucas started 4 decades ago. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2019
  2. 'Cyborg' by Ray Fisher: Adaptation of the DC comic of the same name. Premiere: April 3, 2020
  3. 'Green Lantern' ('Green Lastren') by (no director confirmed): New attempt to successfully bring DC superhero Green Lantern, who was played in 2011 by Ryan Reynolds, to the big screen. Premiere: June 19, 2020
  4. 'Indiana Jones 5' by Steven Spielberg: Fifth installment of the adventures of Indiana Jones, to which the veteran actor Harrison Ford will return to life. Premiere: no date confirmed in 2020
  5. Batman Movie from (unconfirmed director): A movie starring Batman appears to be coming, starring Ben Affleck. Release: no date confirmed from 2020
  6. 'Man of Steel 2' from (unconfirmed director): Starting in 2020, a new movie starring Superman solo will arrive. Release: no date confirmed from 2020
  7. 'Bumblebee' from (unconfirmed director): Spin-off of the film saga 'Transformers' that will star 'Bumblebee'. Premiere: no date confirmed in the next few years
  8. 'The mercenaries' ('The Expenda-belles') by Robert Luketic: Film in the style of the saga 'The Mercenaries' but with a female cast. Premiere: no date confirmed in the next few years
  9. 'Universe Dark' from (uncorfirmed director): Adaptation of the comic 'Justice League Dark' that Guillermo Del Toro was originally going to direct. Premiere: no date confirmed in the next few years
  10. 'X-Force' by Jeff Wadlow: Adaptation of the homonymous comic and in turn spin-off of the 'X-Men' saga. Premiere: no date confirmed in the next few years

What movies for 2018 will you go to see the cinema? Tell us which premiere you are most looking forward to.


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