1) Black Panther - Given Coogler's pedigree, I'm a little underwhelmed from what we've seen so far, visually, but he still has my faith. 2) Infinity War - I'm definitely feeling fatigue when it comes to the big MCU team-up films, and the Thanos / Infinity Stone stuff has never done anything for me. Bearded Cap looks awesome though. 3) New Mutants - The horror direction has potential, but the trailer was laughably generic. Plus, Legion has already satiated my appetite to see well-done psychological mutant horror. 4) Deadpool 2 - A lot of Reynolds' humour doesn't land for me. Cable and Domino could be cool though with David Leitch directing the action. 5) Xmen Dark Phoenix - Promo shots look good so far and I'm excited to see more of Sheriden's Cyclops and Jean, but who knows about Kinberg's directing. Trailers with Lawrence, McAvoy, and Fassbender will probably dampen my excitement, as I've had enough of those three in these roles. 6) Antman and the Wasp - Ant-Man doesn't do much for me. 7) Venom - Could be cool. Venom is badass, and we haven't seen him on screen in over a decade. Cast is great too with Hardy, Ahmed, and Williams. 8) Aquaman - A live action Atlantis movie has potential to be something fresh and amazing, and Wan's comments about this being a fun swashbuckling adventure like Star Wars or Raiders still has me hopeful, but JL and the first promo shots have definitely dampened my excitement. I also don't have as much faith in Wan as many do. 9) Marvel's Animated Spider-man - Style looks awesome, but I'm still feeling Spider-Man fatigue. Honestly I'm not too hyped about any of these, at least when compared to 2016 or 2017's films. I think I might actually be more hyped for the Titans show.