CAPTAIN AMERICA 3 Revealed to Be Marvel’s May 6, 2016 Release; Slated Opposite BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN

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Last year, Marvel staked out a number of future release dates for films that they declined to reveal.  There are currently two “Marvel Untitled” films set for release in 2016 and one for May 2017.  The mystery grew deeper when Warner Bros. threw the hammer down and shifted the release of its own highly anticipated superhero team-up Batman vs. Superman to May 6, 2016, the same date as Marvel’s first untitled 2016 release.  There’s no way two major superhero tentpoles will be opening on the same weekend, so the question then became which film would blink first.

Just yesterday, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said Marvel has no plans to budge, and now we have a clearer picture of the Marvel vs. DC battle as the nature of the untitled May 2016 picture has been revealed: Captain America 3.  Hit the jump for more.

captain-america-3-chris-evansTHR broke the news that Marvel’s film slated for release on May 6, 2016 is a third Captain America film.  This isn’t altogether surprising, since the sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier is currently enjoying immensely positive buzz and The Winter Soldier directors Joe and Anthony Russo have already been enlisted to return and helm the follow-up.  In fact, the brothers recently told us that they’re currently breaking the story for Captain America 3 with The Winter Soldier screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, but will be looking to see how audiences respond to The Winter Soldier to see if any tweaks to their take will be needed.

The director search is heating up for Doctor Strange, another film set for release in Marvel’s Phase Three, but the studio intends for the Strange director to work with a writer on the project, so it didn’t seem feasible that the supernatural film could be ready in time for May 2016.  It’s more likely that the untitled Marvel film slated for July 8, 2016 will be Doctor Strange, but again, the studio will ensure that everything’s progressing nicely before announcing firm dates.  We shouldn’t have to wait long, though, as Marvel will almost certainly reveal the titles of all of its untitled films at Comic-Con this summer.

Then there’s the matter of the DC standoff.  Director Zack Snyder is gearing up to begin production on the Man of Steel follow-up in the next couple of months, which gives Batman vs. Superman a jump on Captain America 3, which wouldn’t begin production until very late this year or early next year at the earliest.  I know Feige said Marvel wouldn’t be budging from that May release date—a date that has historically been held by Marvel films for a very, very long time—but I wouldn’t be shocked to see Cap 3 pushed to June or July and the other untitled Marvel film pushed to November.

If you need a refresher, take a look at Marvel’s current, official slate of films listed below.  Phase Three will kick off with Ant-Man, and it now appears that the second Phase Three film will be Captain America 3.

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  • MAC

    Is Kevin Fiege lost his mind…
    MAN OF STEEL alone opened bigger & made more money in US & Worldwide than IronMan & Thor 1 & 2 & CAP & most likely Cap2 as well!

    If Marvel with all they success they have (AVENGERS!) can’t beat SUPEs alone, how the
    fuck they’re gona deal with SUPERMAN & BATMAN… It’s suicide for that movie not Marvel!
    They’re just showing their ego!
    I mean come on… Even a Rebooted BATMAN solo film will make more money than Thor & CAP!
    & oh BTW; BATMAN & ROBIN adjusted for inflation earned more money than THOR, THOR 2 & CAP & most likely again CAP 2 as well!

    Don’t do this MARVEL!
    They’re no reason to shoot yourself in the face!
    Make it APRIL 2016 like this new CAP film!

    You know Snyder is gona blow big with BvS; even THOR vs HULK won’t beat it!
    Not even IRON MAN 4!

    Maybe just Maybe AVENGERS 3!
    But this is so childish!

    But I’m ready for the FUN

    • cruzzercruz

      A) You type like a goon.

      B) DC needs their movie to be a monster success to push their slate forward, Marvel doesn’t.

      C) It was Marvel’s slot first.

      • Adrian

        Exactly. All of WB/DC’s eggs are in one basket. Marvel Studios will make up any loss or disappointment with their second film that same year.

      • Adrian

        Exactly. All of WB/DC’s eggs are in one basket. Marvel Studios will make up any loss or disappointment with their second film that same year.

      • Lovecraftlives

        Marvel is going to do just fine. DC? Give me a break.

      • Lovecraftlives

        Marvel is going to do just fine. DC? Give me a break.

      • Hueyhueyhuey

        Telling someone they type like a goon, then using an A, B, C device–like all your points are so brilliant they must be outlined individually–is a pretty goonish way to type, too.

      • Mike

        Yes, 1% the amount of goon as OP.

      • The Rabid One

        Perhaps, but at least his points were clear and succinct.

      • The Rabid One

        Perhaps, but at least his points were clear and succinct.

    • belovedwarlord

      Maybe they will move it, but at the moment Batman Vs Superman has no positive buzz, it’s a sequel to Man of Steel, which was pretty crappy, but fared better than Superman Returns because Superman Returns was god awful. It has Ben Affleck as Batman, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor and more and more sounds like a poor man’s attempt at launching a Justice League film. And it’s directed by Zak Snyder. I mean Feige can be cocky all he wants at the moment.

      • cruzzercruz

        As of now, the interest in BvS is mainly desperate confusion and intrigue. Cap 2 is riding a wave of positive buzz and the character is only going to continue to grow in popularity after this and Avengers 2.

      • unsocial

        Also according box office mojo SR was made for $270 million and had a woldwide take $391 million… Aside from being god awful it also teetered on being a bomb at the box office..

      • CJTJ

        That budget also includes the hundred million that Tim Burton spent developing Superman Lives. WB made money on Superman Returns, though I won’t defend its merits.

      • unsocial

        The Superman wiki put the number at $40 million in development costs before Bryan Singer was hired..But according to the wiki it’s overall budget has been subject to many conflicting articles too…

      • Johnson

        Screw you, SR was an awesome movie that made nearly 400 MILION dollars – how is that a bomb?! Zack Snyder is a great director. whom only some butthurt critics happen not like. BvS’s casting looks very odd, but surely there’s a good reason for it.

      • JBug

        Snyder is a great director who’s movies are often not good.

      • unsocial

        Well… considering the high production budget… Whether entirely legit or not, plus marketing costs.. Which alone could be as high as $100 million.. Then splitting the money with theatres that screened the movie and the back end deals.. SR would have reallistically only netted a rather tiny profit.. Certainly too small for the studio to be interested in making a sequel for..

    • Tom

      I wish the competition between DC and Marvel was equal. DC needs to step up.

    • Tom

      I wish the competition between DC and Marvel was equal. DC needs to step up.

    • unsocial

      Well… MOS beat T:TDW by just under $30 million.. Not really that a big margin..and T:TDW was also produced for approx $50 million less than MOS was .. Don’t forget IM3 crushed MOS with $1.2 billion… Almost doubled MOS’s take.. I doubt Marvel will flinch..

    • nikola

      i will always watch marvel movies first

    • Jason Herr König

      Dude, capitalizing your words in places is dumb; secondly, Zack Snyder is the new Michael Bay (his casting of Wonder Woman is shit) – yes, Man of Steel made money but was terrible and AMC Movies have already said CA: Winter Soldier is on par with the Avengers (I’d buy that for a dollar).

    • Thal Sinestro

      The first MoS had mixed reviews. Not only that but a lot of people have no confidence in Affleck(I do) and feel Jesse Eisenberg shouldn’t be in the movie at all. Good move by Marvel.

    • Thal Sinestro

      The first MoS had mixed reviews. Not only that but a lot of people have no confidence in Affleck(I do) and feel Jesse Eisenberg shouldn’t be in the movie at all. Good move by Marvel.

  • MAC

    Is Kevin Fiege lost his mind…
    MAN OF STEEL alone opened bigger & made more money in US & Worldwide than IronMan & Thor 1 & 2 & CAP & most likely Cap2 as well!

    If Marvel with all they success they have (AVENGERS!) can’t beat SUPEs alone, how the
    fuck they’re gona deal with SUPERMAN & BATMAN… It’s suicide for that movie not Marvel!
    They’re just showing their ego!
    I mean come on… Even a Rebooted BATMAN solo film will make more money than Thor & CAP!
    & oh BTW; BATMAN & ROBIN adjusted for inflation earned more money than THOR, THOR 2 & CAP & most likely again CAP 2 as well!

    Don’t do this MARVEL!
    They’re no reason to shoot yourself in the face!
    Make it APRIL 2016 like this new CAP film!

    You know Snyder is gona blow big with BvS; even THOR vs HULK won’t beat it!
    Not even IRON MAN 4!

    Maybe just Maybe AVENGERS 3!
    But this is so childish!

    But I’m ready for the FUN

  • mattinacan

    if BvS stays at that date, Cap will move

    • JBug

      I think it’ll be the opposite. a) Marvel has a lot more clarity in their direction while DC is figuring it out as they go along. b) DC has a history of moving their dates while Marvel doesn’t. c) the hype around Marvel movies increases every year with every 3 movies they pull out, not to mention that the third installment in each series is likely to be the most successful (so far true with IM). d) Marvel has a much wider appeal. What percentage of audiences actually like MoS and are looking forward to the next one?

      • Phil

        I would say there is more appeal in superman and batman being together for the first time (and Wonder Woman ) than Capt America (Felt first one was average, second looks good), and this is coming from a Marvel Fanboy.

      • NephewOfAnarchy

        “Marvel has a much wider appeal”.

        Appeal? Um…it’s freakin’ BATMAN VS SUPERMAN.

      • JBug

        The fanboys will be more excited for BvS due to it’s epicness, but we’ll probably see both. I’m talking about America who wants to go see a fun popcorn movie. MoS was garbage and my expectations for BvS are very low.

      • mattinacan

        i agree MoS sucked, but the ignorant masses have proved again and again that they will line up for crap, ie. transformers

      • JBug

        There’s a difference between masses going to see a fun turn-off-your-brain flick and flocking to see a super-dramatic pretentious gritty flick (with no robots I might add). I think both will be successful. BvS would probably have a stronger opening weekend. But Cap will probably come out on top in the grossing category and definitely in the margin category.

      • JBug

        There’s a difference between masses going to see a fun turn-off-your-brain flick and flocking to see a super-dramatic pretentious gritty flick (with no robots I might add). I think both will be successful. BvS would probably have a stronger opening weekend. But Cap will probably come out on top in the grossing category and definitely in the margin category.

      • mattinacan

        i agree MoS sucked, but the ignorant masses have proved again and again that they will line up for crap, ie. transformers

      • Kostas Mavropoulos

        maybe u need to get taste

      • JBug

        Zing!

      • NephewOfAnarchy

        “Marvel has a much wider appeal”.

        Appeal? Um…it’s freakin’ BATMAN VS SUPERMAN.

      • Hueyhueyhuey

        lol I stopped reading when you said Marvel has clarity. Hulk was crap so they rebooted it to Norton’s Hulk, which directly was leading to the Avengers, and showed clearly that Banner now had control of the Hulk. In Avengers, they toss every single bit of that out the window and make Banner a would-be-suicidal and terrified of transforming for the first 2 hours of a 2 hr 20 min movie. Yeah, felt really clear! 3 Bruce Banners in 3 movies. Spiderman 1 2 3, reboot, start over with some boring fucking retread hyping on the “secrets of Spider-Man” then cutting every minute of that footage out of the movie because apparently it was hilariously bad and unwatchable. Cram 30 villains into its sequel. Seems a clear direction. Fantastic 4, mehhhh, gets a crap sequel, let it languish, reboot. X-Men 1 2 3, 3rd was a clunker, reboot with a prequel we can sequelize! Seems Marvel’s clarity is just rebooting?

      • JBug

        Do you realize that Marvel Studios isn’t producing Spiderman, X-Men and Fantastic Four? Iron Man was the first movie in this era of Marvel Studios.

      • Marco Lara

        Pay attention to your references, Fantastic 4, X-men and Spidey are not owned by Disney’s Marvel…

      • Kostas Mavropoulos

        maybe u need to make a research about marvel comic movie rights and which studio makes which movies. THERE IS A MARVEL STUDIOS since 2008 making avengers films and it doesnt own all marvel properties. MARVEL STUDIOS are not responsible for xmen , spider man or f4. GET KNOWLEDGE.
        you dont even know how movies work in hollywood. you are clueless.

      • cruzzercruz

        I don’t know who’s dumber, you or the people who upvoted this word vomit you spewed out.

  • mattinacan

    if BvS stays at that date, Cap will move

  • Jack le Critic

    It’s a very confident move by Marvel, a game of chicken if you will.
    Maybe the feedback from the screenings of Cap 2 aren’t bull after all…maybe it’s truly a amazing film. I hope so.

  • Loso_Rocks

    There’s no way Cap will beat Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Marvel is a little too confident.

    • JBug

      Ironman 3 destroyed MoS. Why wouldn’t the 3rd film in a solid trilogy be able to compete with a sequel to an average superman movie?

      • TorpedoVegas

        Iron Man 3 was such a huge success because of The Avengers. IM3 grossed over $400,000,000 (First Captain America didn’t even hit this mark) more than IM2 and both sequels were pretty sub par in comparison with the first one. Plus, Robert Downey Jr. is a much bigger pull than Chris Evans IMO. If Captain America: Winter Solider gets IM3 type numbers, it’s because of The Avengers.

      • http://eclectickle.wordpress.com/ Angelo Barovier

        “If Captain America: Winter Solider gets IM3 type numbers, it’s because of The Avengers.”

        Well, thanks for the omniscience. I suppose it won’t have anything to do with the quality of the movie itself. Good to know all this positive WOM for Cap 2 is utterly pointless since everything is reliant on The Avengers afterglow.

      • lordjim

        how could anybody who is older than ten believe that the numbers have anything to do with the quality of a movie???
        wait a few years, and you might stop masturbating to the phantom menace or transformers and start watching real movies that don´t have to follow the lowest common teenage wet dreams.

      • http://eclectickle.wordpress.com/ Angelo Barovier

        What a mature response! I look forward to your next swath of personal attacks and dragging out of Ye Olde Look-At-TPM points. Because, y’know, the hype for The Phantom Menace is just SO typical of most tentpoles.

      • lordjim

        how could anybody who is older than ten believe that the numbers have anything to do with the quality of a movie???
        wait a few years, and you might stop masturbating to the phantom menace or transformers and start watching real movies that don´t have to follow the lowest common teenage wet dreams.

      • cimmerian

        Well, IM3 was terrible and it made a shit load of money. So no, it doesn’t have anything to do with the quality of the movie.

      • http://eclectickle.wordpress.com/ Angelo Barovier

        A lot of people liked IM3 (7.4 IMDb, 78% AR and 6.9 rating on RT, 6.2 metacritic).

        Look, movies are a subjective experience and on a production level IM3 was just fine (although it wasn’t my favourite of the 3). If some people, such as yourself, didn’t like it, it doesn’t mean the movie was ‘terrible’. You are not the arbiter of taste.

      • cimmerian

        I appreciate your response but…. expressing an opinion doesn’t mean I’m the “arbiter of taste”. There’s always some guy who feels compelled to point out that an opinion he doesn’t like is “subjective” etc. No shit. I also get tired of the Rotten Tomatoes argument. Agents of Shield has the same rating as True Detective right now so if that’s the metric you choose to base quality on…. good luck with that. As far as box office gross being an indicator of quality (you specifically didn’t do this but it’s typical of these kinds of comments) I’d refer you to Spiderman 3, the Transformers franchise, and the Star Wars prequels. Stop getting offended that someone didn’t like the same movies you did. Also try not to invest yourself personally in the financial success of major multinational corporations.

      • http://eclectickle.wordpress.com/ Angelo Barovier

        Because I object to your argument does not mean I am offended by it. Because I take a position regarding a movie does not mean I am personally in the financial success of major multinational corporations. But full marks for assumption.

        You’re welcome to feel IM3 was ‘terrible’ if you like. That’s your opinion. It just so happens your opinion is not supported in any (however dubious or loosely accrued) quantifiable form no matter how eloquently (or previously dismissive) way you want to state it. It garnered mostly positive reviews, enjoys an overall positive critical rating, was financially successful, and popularly regarded among the masses.

        While I agree that is not a surefire way to determine the ‘quality’ of a film, show me something — anything — which supports the notion that IM3 was ‘terrible’. Hell, you can call it the worst of the three, or a middling film, or even not very good if you like. But terrible?

        Sorry, sounds like you didn’t like the film and therefore it must be terrible and, regardless of implied understanding of opinion, that’s a fairly arrogant statement. So, no, you’re not the arbiter of taste and I don’t think you realize that unless someone points it out.

        “That movie was terrible” and “I really didn’t like that movie” represent two different mindsets. Perhaps you don’t think there is a difference but there is. If you cannot say what you mean, how can you ever mean what you say?

      • Kostas Mavropoulos

        yeah blame everything on the avengers. omfg.

      • RedMercury

        Fair enough–it’s because of The Avengers.

        And this matters…why?

        I saw Avengers. I loved it. Which is why I’ll consider going to see Cap 2. Avengers 2 is coming out in 2015, which means I might be interested in seeing Cap 3.

        Didn’t see Man of Steel and have little interest in Batman vs. Superman.

      • TorpedoVegas

        Iron Man 3 was such a huge success because of The Avengers. IM3 grossed over $400,000,000 (First Captain America didn’t even hit this mark) more than IM2 and both sequels were pretty sub par in comparison with the first one. Plus, Robert Downey Jr. is a much bigger pull than Chris Evans IMO. If Captain America: Winter Solider gets IM3 type numbers, it’s because of The Avengers.

      • Loso_Rocks

        If it was just another MOS movie, then sure. But Cap isn’t Iron Man and this is a movie with Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. It’s not going to happen.

      • Merlin235

        It’s not about who wins the weekend, it’s about cannibalizing each other’s box office take. The question isn’t “which movie makes more”, it’s “which production house can more afford to take the financial hit of direct competition on opening night?”

      • Loso_Rocks

        As soon as the first images of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman surface, this whole argument will look so stupid. This will be the 4th appearance of Cap while the Holy trinity of comic books will be put together for the first time. How is there even an argument about this?

      • Michael Salt Thompkins

        With all the anticipation MOS 2 better be up there with the Dark Knight because if it’s at the same level as MOS 1……people are going to be really turned off

    • JBug

      Ironman 3 destroyed MoS. Why wouldn’t the 3rd film in a solid trilogy be able to compete with a sequel to an average superman movie?

    • Kostas Mavropoulos

      yeah because there is a DC cinematic universe that can even compete with the avengers. muhahahahahahahaha lmfao so hard. dc is a disaster. tdk is gone and mos 2 is delayed. yeah right marvel is confident alright.

  • Loso_Rocks

    There’s no way Cap will beat Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Marvel is a little too confident.

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  • NICK НΛRT

    if captain america 2 and avengers 2 do well and are received well by critics and audiences (which is incredibly likely) then it does not matter how popular batman and superman are. marvel has disney on its side which means unlimited marketing resources, especially towards children. i bet warner bros moves the release date before marvel studios.

    • Michael Salt Thompkins

      I think Warner Brothers needs to make sure the story is compelling because people are getting tired of the star attraction being the best part of the movie.

  • NICK НΛRT

    if captain america 2 and avengers 2 do well and are received well by critics and audiences (which is incredibly likely) then it does not matter how popular batman and superman are. marvel has disney on its side which means unlimited marketing resources, especially towards children. i bet warner bros moves the release date before marvel studios.

  • Hueyhueyhuey

    LOL MoS2/Batman will CRUSH Cap 3. What a dipshit move.

    • Kostas Mavropoulos

      its not a contest for fans. we get 2 good movies. both movies will do well. doesnt really matter which gets more $$. its a win win for fans.get over it.

    • Merlin235

      It’s not about who wins the weekend, it’s about cannibalizing each other’s box office take. The question isn’t “which movie makes more”, it’s “which production house can more afford to take the financial hit of direct competition on opening night?” That’s why Marvel hasn’t moved yet. Their base is solid. DC on the other hand has this movie and ONLY this movie to build their franchise on.

  • Hueyhueyhuey

    LOL MoS2/Batman will CRUSH Cap 3. What a dipshit move.

  • Lance

    Yikes. I love Cap and am eager for the next movie. But Batman Vs Superman just has built in appeal. Unless they wind up calling it “World’s Finest” and confusing everybody, it’d be hard to see how Cap wins that match up.

    I think Marvel is hoping the (hopefully) big box office from Winter Soldier will cause Warners to get nervous and blink. After all, they don’t have Marvel’s record — they made Green Lantern.

    • Merlin235

      It’s not about who wins the weekend, it’s about cannibalizing each other’s box office take. The question isn’t “which movie makes more”, it’s “which production house can more afford to take the financial hit of direct competition on opening night?” That’s why Marvel hasn’t moved yet. Their base is solid. DC on the other hand has this movie and ONLY this movie to build their franchise on. I’m not saying Marvel won’t move, but they have less reason to.

  • TigerFIST

    WOW!!!

  • TigerFIST

    Marvel had the date first

    • Hueyhueyhuey

      For a movie they haven’t even started on? The 2 directors just signed back on for 3. Pre-production hasn’t even started. MoS2/Batman is now filming. Marvel will move.

      • cruzzercruz

        They announced their release dates back when BvS was slated for 2015.

    • BrutalDEEJAY

      Correct. They had announced two 2016 release dates a while back– before Batman vs. Superman moved to 2016.

  • Faptain America

    The real question is: will Scarlett Johansson be pregnant in 2016, and what will her HAIR look like in 2016???

    • The Rabid One

      She’s pregnant now and should give birth by the end of this year, so if she doesn’t get knocked up again, we should be okay.

  • Phil

    As much as I like the Marvel films, I feel that BvS will do better than America 3, albeit, they won’t get as much money as they could if they released it on another date ( i feel they will move BvS). CA 3 feels like a pawn in the chess game, a sacrifice to get checkmate.

    Something I do hope is that the BvS won’t be some big advertisement to Justice league like some of the Marvel Movies (Iron Man 2 and Thor).

    I’m planning on watching both, but If I had to choose one it would be BvS, it’s finally happening (tick in my bucket list)

  • guy that plays outside

    you aholes sound like stock brokers and hockey fanatics.
    who gives a shite about whos going to beat who in the fiscal year.?…
    wake up dummies, money is used to control your minds just like media in general and religion…. this thread reminds me of what happened on the titanic. a bunch of aholes rearranging deck chairs and failing to confront their fate, until it was too late..”but that thar ship sher was purty…. an god danged unsinkable”…….
    jeez, keep describing the water dummies or…maybe, get outside, read a book about something other than movies or stories that will someday become movies, start asking questions, and for the love of god, re learn to use your minds, or we are all gonna wake up to one of those totalitarian nightmares so often portrayed in those movies you all love so much. In fact all those apocalyptic movies are something akin to conditioning. get out your dictionary….. and think about it….
    look at the trends in media, cross reference that with proposed policies, extrapolate 10-15 years in the future and ….. behold, patterns begin to emerge… this works if you look at how things are now, and then go back and look at the media 10- 15 years in the past, and kazam youre a prophet and historian.

  • TedSallis

    I don’t think they’ll need to run. The critics already have their knives sharpened up for Batman vs Supermurderer. The push back by a year and the bad casting news all before production even begins. Once production starts and the leaks begin, trouble on the set, maybe a dead stuntman or two and WB will get more and more frantic, over promise and Zack Snyder will under deliver. It’s going to be dead on arrival and Cap 3 with loser stakes and a much more patient and practised hands at the wheel will steer it to a glowing comparison and another tidy profit.

    • Faptain America

      You don’t know anything Ted Sallis. B v S will be the movie of 2016. Cap 3 will be decent but BvS will pwn, pwn I say!!

    • cimmerian

      Are you seriously wishing for dead stuntmen so that Disney can make more money than Warner Bros on a movie? Stay classy Marvel fans.

  • Strong Enough

    Kevin bout to get the white slapped off his face come that date

  • Daniel O’Reilly

    Bold. Perhaps foolhardy, but bold nonetheless.

  • ʝoe ßloggs

    Already unsubstantiated rumour that DC blinked first.
    They may move BvS to April, a week earlier than Cap 3 pending how well Cap 2 does at the BO.
    I don’t see the negative in that other than fanboy smack-talk nonsense.

  • Mezmero

    If CAP 2 is as good as it looks I’ll see 3 but it won’t stop me from seeing Superman vs Batman. It’s clear that Marvel has a larger catalog but DC/WB did prove they can make more than Dark Knight movies. People gave MOS a bad rep for dumb reasons but it saved the future of DC films. I’m looking forward to seeing how Synder does with this because he shoots great actions sequences. Plus the story will have more weight for the people who find it hard to just get in to it. AND REMEMBER IT’S OK TO KILL THE BAD GUY IF HE TRIES TO KILL AN INNOCENT FAMILY. BECAUSE IF YOU FLY THROW THE ROOF IT WOULD COLLAPSE AN KILL EVERYONE INSIDE,IJS IT’S NOT LIKE HE’S GOING TO JUST GIVE UP. PLEASE NO MORE BITCHING ABOUT THE NECK BREAKING OR BEN AFFLACK AS BATMAN HE’S ALREADY IN IT SO THIER IS NOTHING YOU CAN DO.

  • Reina

    If the July 8, 2016 film guessed as the Doctor Strange project is pushed back I could see it going in the opening that the Hunger Games franchise will leave in 2015, the 3rd weekend of November before Thanksgiving.

    Also Cap 3 is most likely going to move to mid/early summer. The Batman/Superman movie is sitting pretty on that May date and has already moved opening weekend once

  • Dave Netherton

    Somebody will blink it’s just a question of who…Do you really think that after being bumped from July 2015 to May 6, 2016 BatmanVsSuperman will move yet again…No way in hell Warner Bros. is going to let that happen, sorry folks. Captain America 3 will move…Probably into the July 8th spot another untitled Marvel movie has at the moment, bumping that movie probably to November 11th or 18th

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  • The Flobbit

    Honestly, I’d rather see Batman vs. Superman then Captain America 3.

    • JBug

      So would I, but the fact that it’s even a question shows just how much Marvel/Disney has progressed, while DC hasn’t made anything worthwhile since 2009

    • JBug

      So would I, but the fact that it’s even a question shows just how much Marvel/Disney has progressed, while DC hasn’t made anything worthwhile since 2009

  • Merlin235

    Why do fanboys defend corporations as though they have a personal stake in their success? So annoying.

    This isn’t about which movie makes more, it’s about which production house believe it has more to gain by staying on the date then they have by moving. It’s about cannibalizing box office receipts. It’s about whose film is merely another sequel, and whose is hopefully the foundation of more spin offs. It’s about one studio believing it can monopolize that date years in advance, and another studio believing it can muscle people off whatever date they want.

    I don’t know which studio blinks first, but one thing is certain: while the nerdies on this site (and others) seem to think it’s about a head to head competition, it has absolutely nothing to do with that.

  • Rumor

    I’m going to see both so it doesn’t matter.

  • Rumor

    I’m going to see both so it doesn’t matter.

  • ItsNotaSchooner

    Captain America: Civil War

    That has a nice ring to it, don’t it?

  • ItsNotaSchooner

    Captain America: Civil War

    That has a nice ring to it, don’t it?

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    Cap 2 looks corny as hell. I’ll pass.

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