What, exactly, can you look forward to? Well, here’s a list of dozens of movies based on comic books that are scheduled to hit theaters between 2014 and 2020. An average of about five super powered films per year. I hope you like blockbusters. As of right now, most of these movies (especially the ones from DC properties) are currently untitled and unannounced, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have at least some idea of what they are. For example, we’re all but positive DC and Warner Bros. are working their way toward aJustice League movie (what, you thought Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice‘s subtitle implied anything else?), so that’s got to be at least one of the DC slots (they could, potentially, even be planning for two League movies by 2020). Along those lines, DC has implied in the past that Wonder Woman will be getting her own movie at some point — something that would be insane not to do, especially after she appears in Batman v. Superman as portrayed by Gal Gadot. Marvel has also hinted at what they might have coming, which includes a third Avengers film, Thor 3 and potentially a Black Widow movie. These are very likely included among the “untitled” Marvel releases in the list. Update on August 7, 4 p.m.: Originally, I incorrectly identified a few Warner Bros. movies as confirmed DC movies, which is not necessarily the case. A user on Reddit points out that WB’s “event films” could very well be Harry Potter movies (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), and the animated WB movies are likely to be Lego sequels. The “event” films could still be Justice League, but it’s impossible to say for sure. So the list has been updated. DC’s press release with the film release schedule only included years, not specific dates, so a little shuffling might happen. Update on October 15: Warner Bros. has announced their (presumably) full slate of DC superhero movies through 2020. The list has been updated to reflect this. Update on October 28: Marvel has announced the rest of its movie for “Phase Three,” which goes through 2019. Update on January 6, 2015: The release date for Fantastic Four 2 has been moved up about a month, to June 2, 2017. Update on February 13, 2015: Marvel and Sony have reached an agreement to allow Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As a result, a bunch of Marvel movies shifted dates slightly. The full list is below. Slight spoilers for previously released and upcoming films might follow. Marvel Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1, 2015) — Joss Whedon returns to direct a sequel to the original Avengers film, which was a smash hit both critically and at the box office. Along with returning heroes Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America, Hulk, and Hawkeye, Age of Ultron will introduce two newcomers: twins Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). James Spader plays the titular Ultron. Fantastic Four (June 19, 2015) — Forget those kinda bad movies with Jessica Alba. TheFantastic Four is getting rebooted. The new film will star Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell as the heroes, with Toby Kebbell playing Doctor Doom. Ant-Man (July 17, 2015) — This one has gone through some turmoil lately. It originally garnered a lot of excitement when it was going to be written and directed by Edgar Wright (The World’s End, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World), but Wright and Marvel parted ways in early 2014, saying they had “differences in their vision of the film.” The movie will now be helmed by Bring it On director Peyton Reed. Paul Rudd stars as Scott Lang/Ant-Man while Michael Douglas plays Hank Pym. Deadpool (February 12, 2016) – Fox is finally ready to start moving forward with a movie based on the comic book character Deadpool. This comes after test footage of a potential Deadpool film leaked with Ryan Reynolds providing the voice of the over-the-top masked hero. That footage impressed a lot of people and generated quite a bit of buzz, so it makes sense that Fox has seemingly changed their mind on making it into a full movie, which they hope to release in 2016. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (March 25, 2016) — Originally thought to be “Man of Steel 2, but with Batman,” Dawn of Justice will see Batman and Superman clash on screen for the first time. Wonder Woman is also expected to play a key role, and we can assume by the subtitle that the formation of the famous Justice League is close at hand.