If you love Marvel movies and comic books, you know you’re not alone.
And you’re right: Marvel’s latest cinematic universe has a ton of great movies.
Here’s a guide to find some of the best, the best-looking and, of course, the most awesome superhero movies you can watch this year.
If you’re looking for some good news to get you started, here’s a list of movies that might be available in your local theaters.
And be sure to keep an eye out for new releases and new movies that may or may not be coming out this summer.
We’re going to start with the superhero movies that have already been announced, which means you’ve already seen a ton.
In a new interview with EW, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige told EW that Marvel was looking at all of the Avengers movies to release in 2020.
There’s also talk of a Guardians of the Galaxy movie, which is currently under development.
Marvel is also working on a new movie about the first African-American president, and that could be a big deal.
But let’s get to the more surprising ones.
Here are the top movies that are still being worked on and are currently being considered for release this summer, according to Feige:Avengers: Age of Ultron, a.k.a.
Avengers: Age Of Ultron.
(Marvel Studios)Captain America: Civil War, a co-production between Captain America and Disney, is a big hit.
Inhumans, a live-action series from Marvel Studios and ABC Studios, will begin airing on June 16.
(ABC)Avenging, an adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series, is also on the table.
(A&E)Black Panther, a movie starring Chadwick Boseman and Lupita Nyong’o, is on the bubble.
(Disney)A film adaptation of Disney classic Cinderella, based on Disney’s musical, is in the works.
(Universal Pictures)A reboot of Marvel’s Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, the animated series, will be released in 2018.
(Fox)A movie starring Tom Hardy is in development.
(Focus Features)The Dark Tower, which centers on Roland Deschain, is being rebooted with Tom Hardy and the rest of the Dark Tower cast.
(Harvey Weinstein)Captain Marvel, an all-female superhero team, is still being considered.
(Sony Pictures)Black Widow is also in development, and will likely be a standalone movie.
(Starz)Captain Underpants, a show about the adventures of an American superhero team that is inspired by the comic books of the same name, is currently being developed.
(Netflix)A Spider-Man reboot, which would have Spider-Woman starring Ben Affleck and Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter, is set to hit theaters in 2020, according the Hollywood Reporter.
(Buzzfeed)Captain Britain, a comic book superhero team led by Matt Murdock, will return in 2020 after a hiatus.
(Skydance Studios)The Avengers: Infinity War is also still on the drawing board, according a recent report by The Hollywood Reporter (h/t Deadline ).
The film is scheduled to be released on May 4, 2019.
The Avengers 4 is still on track to be announced in 2020 according to THR.
(CBS)Marvel’s Guardians of The Galaxy, starring Chris Pratt and Vin Diesel, is one of the big tentpole releases of the year.
(Everett Collection)A new movie starring Chris Evans, which will be directed by Jon Favreau, is already in the planning stages.
(FOX)Guardians of the Kingdom is a new animated film based on the novels by James Robinson.
(Koei Tecmo)The film that started it all: Avengers: Civil Storm, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first live-to-screen film, is now being written by Anthony and Joe Russo.
(The Russo Brothers)Guardian of the Stars, the live-Action television series starring the voice of Chris Pratt, is reportedly set to debut in 2020 on Fox.
(Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them)Black Swan is still in the running for a Disney film.
(Pixar)A Star Wars spin-off that will feature Han Solo and Chewbacca is currently in development at Disney.
(Lucasfilm)Guardia is a live action series based on Peter Parker and Spider-man.
(DC)Marvel Studios has a live stage production of Black Panther.
(Legendary Pictures)Daredevil, a Netflix original series that centers on Daredevil, will likely debut in 2021.
(Spike TV)Star Wars: Episode VIII is still planned for 2020.
(J.J. Abrams)A lot of great Marvel movies are currently under discussion for release, including the next film in the Guardians of THE Galaxy movie franchise.
There are also rumors that the Avengers are also on board for a possible 2020