Fox announces release dates for The Wolverine 2, The Fantastic Four 2 and an untitled Marvel film

Studio lays out its forward schedule

20th Century Fox has made some major releasing announcements about a whole raft of forthcoming projects, including sequels to The Wolverine and The Fantastic Four.

The sequel to The Wolverine will hit US screens on 3 March 2017, while The Fantastic Four will receive a second instalment later that year, on 14 July.

Even more exciting is the mention of an untitled Marvel film, which is currently pencilled in for 13 July 2018. An X-Men spin-off perhaps?

In addition to those projects, Fox has also confirmed that Taken 3 will land on 9 January 2015, while an unspecified Ridley Scott film will be released on 4 March 2016.

Matthew Vaughn’s The Secret Service is now expected on 24 October 2014, while Daniel Radcliffe star-vehicle, Frankenstein, will move to 2 October 2015.

Plenty to look forward to there, then, with that untitled Marvel project sure to set tongues wagging and rumours circulating. Feel free to join in, in the comments below…

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    • andypanda

      Mar 21st 2014, 9:01

      It won't be spider-man offshoot when it's sony that own the Spider-man film rights.......

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    • Ali1748

      Mar 21st 2014, 10:08

      Hmm It could possibly be Deadpool or X- Force. But FF2, really? the reaction to the casting has been pretty negative across the board so that surprises me, my guess is FOX are looking at SONY's future plans and thinking we better do the same. Meanwhile at WB/DC they are twiddling their thumbs smh.

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    • marvelboy

      Mar 21st 2014, 12:16

      Total Film get it right, Sony own spider-man not Fox - However don't Fox also still own the rights to Ghost Rider and Punisher ... however it is more than likely X-Force but why they havn't confirmed this when they have already confirmed the film is planing stage is beyond me... If it turns out to be Deadpool however then well played Fox

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    • Ali1748

      Mar 21st 2014, 18:06

      marvelboy - I am not sure about Ghost Rider but I do know that the rights to Punisher and Blade have reverted back to Marvel. IGN say it could possibly be a X-Men and FF crossover but if that's the case why would Fox keep it secret. Well I suppose they don't want to eclipse X-Men: Apocalypse.

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    • marvelboy

      Mar 22nd 2014, 12:28

      I too have since heard the Rumor that it's a FF and X-men Crossover but how the hell does that work in time lines - the new FF will be set in present time and X-men by this time will be in the 80's unless they plan on bringing back the originals again to explain how the events of DOFP and Apocalypse have effected the future and finally tieing the two timelines together - my head hurts just thinking about all this

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