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Fox Reveals Release Dates for The Wolverine 2, The Fantastic Four 2, and Untitled Marvel Film

20th Century Fox has recently released a major announcement about a number of their upcoming big-name projects, namely ones from the Marvel properties that are in their care, including sequels to both The Wolverine and The Fantastic Four.

The sequel to The Wolverine will be making its way to US screens on March 3, 2017 while the Fantastic Four reboot will be getting its sequel on that same year, at July 14. There is also mention of an untitled Marvel film, which is scheduled for July 13, 2018. Considering the current Marvel licenses that are still under Fox, the list of possible non-spin off films is short.



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