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Summer Movie Preview: ‘Avengers,’ ‘Teen Titans’ And More Superheroes Of Summer

‘Teen Titans GO to the Movies!’

And here we go! With summer moved up a week thanks to you know what moving up a week, this is essentially the last pre-summer frame of the season. All due respect to Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty opening this Friday, but this is final lap of what has been a really weird (in ways very good and very bad) first third of 2018.

So with that said, here is the first chunk of what I hope will be a multi-part summer movie preview. This post will be specifically about the mini-deluge of superhero flicks coming our way from April 27 to July 27. So without further ado …

Avengers: Infinity War (April 27):

The only questions surrounding Walt Disney’s much-anticipated summer sequel is whether it will make most of the money or all the money and whether anything else (aside from Black Panther) this year can touch it. It is still possible, if not terribly likely, that the Russo Bros’ epic (it’s the first feature film shot entirely with IMAX cameras) will merely play like a top-tier MCU summer kick-off film, closer to Avengers: Age of Ultron than Black Panther in North America and closer to Captain America: Civil War than The Avengers overseas. Now if the movie is good, and especially if it is notably better than Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story, it will be that much more likely to run the tables and it’ll be that much less significant if it does or doesn’t break records. Biggest movie of the year? Maybe, but that’s not the bar for success.

Deadpool 2 (May 18):

Will Deadpool 2 be a relative breakout sequel, or will the freshness and of-its-moment appeal of the Merc with the Mouth be a onetime thing? This one

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