Guardians of the Galaxy - August 1, 2014 The wicked concept art above shows a Drax, Starlord, Gamora (looking like Phyla-Vell), Groot and Rocket Raccoon. Not only is Hollywood about to get wicked with the scope of Marvel Cosmic (and Thanos no doubt), how many movies feature a talking tree and a small mammal packing a bazooka?
Ant-Man - (no official release date) Edgar Wright's lovechild will be based on Marvel Premiere #47 (suddenly a hit in back issue bins everywhere)! A tale by David Michelenie, John Byrne and Bob Layton, it introduced Scott Lang as a father trying to steal Hank Pym's technology for his sick daughter Cassie.
That's three comicverse Marvel size-shifters in one movie. Whom will join the Avengers and could Ultron squeeze in?
Captain America: The Winter Soldier - April 4, 2014 Directed by the Russo Brothers, this sequel will bring to life the iconic tale writer Ed Brubaker used to launch his landmark run on Captain America. A nice way to keep exploring Caps established movie cast with more WWII flashbacks, the added element of a brainwashed Bucky turned Russian assassin, should lead to audiences having the same response as Ed did himself over on Twitter with the title's revelation "HOLY SH!T".
Thor: The Dark World - November 9, 2013 Directed by Game of Thrones' Alan Taylor, look for the franchise's Nine Worlds concept to be explored, in particular Svartalfheim, home of the Dark Elves. While Enchantress has long been rumoured to drop in here, Dark Elves top dog Malekith the Accursed should oppose the God of Thunder.
Iron Man 3 - May 13, 2013 Footage at the Con also debuted Ben Kingsley sporting ten rings of power. Meaning Loki now has The Mandarin to contend with as Marvel Studios best bad (Masters of Evil coming soon perhaps?).