Suicide Squad was all anyone could talk about at Comic Con 2016 for the second year running (can you believe the trailer first came out in 2015?!), but the newly-announced Captain Marvel Brie Larson and Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot are hot on Harley Quinn’s heels to steal her superhero thunder. Catch up on all the trailers everyone is talking about, right here.
Benedict is back as everyone’s favourite detective with a rumoured release date of January 2017, with Toby Jones making his villainous debut, apparently as Culverton Smith. Tom Hiddleston is also said to be in talks to join this series…
Suicide Squad, 5th August 2016
DC fans, the wait for Suicide Squad is nearly over. Cara Delevingne, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto teased us with multiple new trailers at Comic Con 2016, so book your tickets and prepare to be creeped out.
Doctor Strange, 28th October 2016
If you liked Netflix’s Jessica Jones, you’ll love Benedict Cumberbatch’s trippy grasp on reality in Doctor Strange. He even tries his hand at an American accent.
Wonder Woman, 2nd June 2017
It’s about time Wonder Woman landed her own film! Gal Gadot took to the Comic Con 2016 panel to debut the first trailer for the film, set just before WW1.
Luke Cage, 30th September 2016
Get ready to say goodbye to your evenings as Netflix’s Luke Cage (aka Mike Colter) drops in September. He’s fearless, bulletproof and more than a match for Jessica Jones.
Justice League, 17th November 2017
Oh hey Ben Affleck, nice to see you bring together your superhero team in the new trailer for DC’s Justice League. Watch out for Wonder Woman, Superman, The Flash and, of course, Batman.
Kong: Skull Island, 10th March 2017
10 years after Peter Jackson’s King Kong, Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L Jackson, Brie Larson and John Goodman step back into the ‘70s and get to know the giant gorilla.
The Lego Batman Movie, 10th February 2017
Who knew a film about Lego would be so hilarious? Everything might not be so awesome for Batman in this superhero spin-off, but it looks pretty great.
Iron Fist, TBC
What happens when you lose your entire family as a young child and get taken in by a group of Himalayan monks? Well, this. Finn Jones plays Danny Rand in Marvel’s Iron First.
Captain Marvel, TBC
There’s no trailer for Marvel’s big budget blockbuster just yet, but Brie Larson in your title role?! HUGE.
Call me Captain Marvel. pic.twitter.com/IgqRIb9ijM— Brie Larson (@brielarson) July 24, 2016
The Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, 18th November 2016
Eddie Redmayne. Harry Potter. If you’re a true fan, I won’t need to say anymore. But if you do need a refresher on The Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, read this before you watch the trailer.
The Defenders, TBC
‘You think the four of you can save New York?’ booms an ominious Netflix trailer for The Defenders – who knows, but we wouldn’t mess with the team of Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Daredevil and Iron Fist.
King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, 24th March 2017
One of the few Brit flicks premiered at Comic Con 2016, Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword is all gritty battles and Northern accents, starring Charlie Hunnam as Arthur, Jude Law, Eric Bana and, um, David Beckham.
Yes, Maleficent 2 is on! Catch up on all the movie sequels due out over the next year here