Marvel to increase super-hero movie output to match DC Comics. Spandex shortages expected

Marvel announced they’re increasing their super-hero releases from two films a year to three. DC Comics has previously said they’re releasing 10 films in the coming years.

From Business Week:

Then, on Tuesday, Oct. 28, Marvel released a plan for a slate of nine new superhero movies featuring the Avengers, Thor, and a Guardians of the Galaxy sequel. What?s more, Marvel will be increasing its yearly output from two films a year to three in 2017. That?s a lot of spandex. But Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige assured an audience of fans in Hollywood that his team was up for it. Marvel ?is firing on all cylinders, which made us comfortable for the first time that we had the ability to increase to three films a year from two,? Feige said.