Marvel Studios has made a decision regarding their superhero lineup. First, they’ve finally given Ant-Man a release date. And second, they’ve confirmed that two of their upcoming sequels are in 3D. Can you guess which ones?
Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are in for a treat. Its parent company Walt Disney Pictures has just revealed their slate for 2013 and beyond. Lucky for us, the batch of films includes Edgar Wright’s highly anticipated Ant-Man adaptation.
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Wright’s been developing the film for several years and it’s finally coming to fruition. Ant-Man is expected to hit theaters Nov. 6, 2015. Yes, it’s three years away, but it’s better than nothing. Plus, we’ll have plenty of Marvel goodies to keep us busy.
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Here’s the upcoming schedule:
- Iron Man 3 will now be available in 3D — the May 3, 2013 nationwide release date is unchanged (Marvel)??
- Phineas and Ferb moves to a 2014 undated nationwide release from July 28, 2013 nationwide?? (Disney)
- Thor: The Dark World is the final title of Thor 2 and will now be available in 3D — the Nov. 8, 2013 nationwide release date is unchanged (Marvel)??
- Saving Mr. Banks is now dated on Dec. 20, 2013 for nationwide release (Disney)
- ??Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the final title of Captain America 2 — the April 4, 2014 nationwide release date is unchanged (Marvel)??
- Bears is now dated for an April 18, 2014 nationwide release (Disneynature)
- Guardians of the Galaxy is the final title of Marvel Untitled — the Aug. 1, 2014 nationwide release date is unchanged (Marvel)??
- Disney Animation Untitled is now set for a Nov. 7, 2014 nationwide?? release
- Ant-Man is now dated on Nov. 6, 2015 for nationwide release (Marvel)
- ??Pixar Animation Untitled is now set for a Nov. 25, 2015 nationwide release
Your eyes aren’t decieving you — both Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World will be in 3D. Thankfully, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy have escaped that fate — for now.
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