The impending war between Marvel and DC at the theater is one of the most fascinating stories in the movie world, but superhero flicks only represent a small portion of the blockbusters scheduled to release in the coming years.

Redditor Bubba–Gump put together a list of every major film scheduled to release through 2020, and it’s beginning to make me worry about how much time I’m going to spend in a theater over the next few years.

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Here is the Ultimate Blockbuster Movie List in all of its glory:

2015

  • February 6 – Jupiter Ascending
  • April 3 – Furious 7
  • May 1 – Avengers: Age of Ultron
  • May 15 – Mad Max: Fury Road
  • May 22 – Tomorrowland
  • June 12 – Jurassic World
  • June 19 – Inside Out (Pixar)
  • July 1 – Terminator: Genisys
  • July 17 – Ant-Man
  • August 7 – The Fantastic Four
  • August 28 – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend,
  • August 28 – Hitman: Agent 47
  • November 6 – Spectre (Bond)
  • November 20 – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2
  • November 25 – The Good Dinosaur (Pixar)
  • December 18 – Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  • December 25 – Mission: Impossible 5

2016

  • February 12 – Deadpool
  • March 4 – Prometheus 2
  • March 11 – Warcraft
  • March 25 – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
  • April 15 – The Jungle Book
  • May 6 – Captain America: Civil War
  • May 27 – X-Men: Apocalypse
  • June 17 – Finding Dory
  • June 24 – Independence Day 2, The Mummy
  • July 1 – Tarzan
  • July 15 – Untitled Bourne 5
  • July 22 – Power Rangers
  • July 29 – Untitled Planet of the Apes 3
  • August 5 – Suicide Squad
  • September 23 – LEGO’s Ninjago
  • November 4 – Doctor Strange
  • November 11 – Sinister Six
  • November 18 – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
  • December 16 – Star Wars Untitled Standalone Film 1
  • December – Assassin’s Creed

2017

  • March 3 – Untitled Wolverine Sequel
  • March 10 – Skull Island
  • April 7 – Pacific Rim 2
  • May 5 – Guardians of the Galaxy 2
  • May 19 – Untitled Terminator 2
  • May 26 – The LEGO Batman Movie
  • June 16 – Toy Story 4
  • June 23 – Wonder Woman
  • July 7 – Pirates of the Caribbean 5
  • July 14 – The Fantastic Four 2
  • July 28 – Thor: Ragnarok
  • November 3 – Black Panther
  • November 10 – Justice League Part One
  • November 22 – Untitled Pixar Animation
  • December TBA – Avatar 2

2018

  • March 9 – Giants (Disney)
  • March 23 – The Flash
  • May 4 – Avengers: Infinity War Part I
  • May 25 – Untitled LEGO 3 Movie
  • June 8 – Godzilla 2
  • June 15 – Untitled Pixar Animation
  • June 29 – Untitled Terminator 3
  • July 6 – Captain Marvel
  • July 13 – Untitled Fox / Marvel Film
  • July 27 – Aquaman
  • November 2 – Inhumans
  • November 16 – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 2
  • November 21 – Teen Space Race? (Disney Unconfirmed Title)
  • December TBA – Avatar 3

2019

  • April 5 – Shazam
  • May 3 – Avengers: Infinity War Part II
  • May 24 – Untitled LEGO 4 Movie
  • June 14 – Justice League Part Two
  • December TBA – Avatar 4

2020

  • April 3 – Cyborg
  • June 19 – Green Lantern
  • November 20 – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 3

That’s a lot of popcorn.

Be sure to check the post on Reddit in the source link below for an additional list of movies that have yet to receive release dates yet. Once they do, they’re sure to find their way on to the list as well.

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