It's been a dismal year at the box office so far, but a new slate of blockbusters could change that. Inverse's Ryan Britt stops by to forecast Disney's Oscar push for two of its big superhero movies, "Thor: Ragnarok" and "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2." Britt says it's not a stretch to imagine nominations for either tent-pole hit at next year's ceremony. Plus, Netflix made its first acquisition earlier this year when it bought comic book company Millarworld. Now the streaming giant is set to release its first franchise under the new deal. It's not a new binge-worthy show but actually a physical comic book. Britt tells us what to expect from the print collaboration. Then we take a trip to a galaxy not so far away. "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" is just over a month and a half away, and while Britt says it's sure to be the biggest movie of the year, he's doubtful as to whether it will top the last "Star Wars" movie. So, is "Star Wars" fatigue real? Britt says fanboys and girls lose interest after a franchise's highly-anticipated return.