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Superhero movies are, without any shadow of a doubt, the most popular thing in Hollywood today - and that's certainly not something that's just happened overnight.
They've existed for several decades, but they have only reached their current levels of popularity in this new millennium.
In this documentary, we'll be taking a take a look at the path superhero movies have taken to reach their current status of popularity.
We'll go all the way back to 1920, when the silent movie The Mark of Zorro became the first superhero movie of note.
We'll look at the early Marvel and DC movies in the 1940s and 1950s.
We'll look at Christopher Reeve's Superman in 1978, which was the first superhero movie in the mould of those we moved today.
And we'll look at how all of that impacted the more modern movies, which started with the likes of Blade, X-Men and Spider-Man in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Since then, there have been more offbeat examples like superhero parodies, animated family superhero movies - and, of course, the blockbusters in the MCU, DCEU and X-Men movie franchises.
We'll also look at what makes a good superhero movie and what could happen in the superhero movie genre going forward - because there's still a heck of a lot of untouched material to tap into!
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