New Release Dates for GAMBIT, FF2, Next APES Movie & ASSASSIN'S CREED

Written by Andrew Pollard Tuesday, 06 January 2015

Movie News

In the wee hours of this morning, 20th Century Fox announced that they’d broken the global box office record by grossing an impressive $5.5 billion last year. In the same breath, the studio announced new release dates for several of their already-confirmed movies.

First up, Channing Tatum’s GAMBIT has been set for an October 7th, 2016 release. And for those of you (which includes pretty much 90% of us here at STARBURST) who are just a tad trepidatious when it comes to Josh Frank’s FANTASTIC FOUR redo, a sequel to that film has been brought forward from its initially planned release date. At first set for a July 14th, 2017 release, FF2 will hit screens on June 2nd, 2017. Another genre film affected in this announcement is the follow-up to last year’s brilliant DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, which has been pushed back to July 14th, 2017. Elsewhere, the long-discussed ASSASSIN’S CREED movie that has Michael Fassbender attached has been given a December 21st, 2016 release.

Expect more on these projects as they develop.

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