Just like Harry Potter had a dark wizard as villain, Fantastic Beasts, which will comprise of five films, has Gellert Grindelwald, the dark wizard who spread his terror upon the world before Voldemort.
DC's superheroes have always been godlike, especially the big three - Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Stan Lee wanted to do something different. He wanted to create superheroes who were vulnerable, who bled, got hurt, and had everyday problems.
Thor: Ragnarok begs, nay forces, you to laugh at it. It is almost a self-parody. It knows everything that is happening is ridiculous and wants to take you along for the ride, to bask in the elaborate farce it has put together for you.
Along the course of acquiring the Infinity Stones and subsequent snapping of fingers, Thanos fought the top heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and overcame them pretty easily -- except a few, of course. Which superhero will deliver him the coup de grâce in Avengers 4?
DC, by far the biggest competitor to Marvel, is languishing and only one movie so far, Wonder Woman, can be termed as a clear win. Marvel, on the other hand, is earning over one billion dollars with almost every movie. Why is that?
The Jason Momoa starrer Aquaman looks visually fantastic and action scenes are great. The CGI, which did not impress many the last time, looks improved too. Clearly, James Wan and his team have listened to the criticism.
Thanos, the primary villain of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, decimated half of universe's life, including half of the superheroes, in Avengers: Infinity War. How will he be defeated? Let's turn to the source material.