'Fantastic Four' Reboot And Assassin's Creed Movie Get Summer 2015 Release
Cancel your plans for the Summer of 2015. Just cancel them now. It may have lost Star Wars: Episode VII, but Summer 2015 has just gained some more big titles, strengthening its claim to being the biggest season in sci-fi history. 20th Century Fox have just announced that their reboot of Marvel's Fantastic Four has been moved back to a June 19th 2015 release, pitting it against other Marvel releases Ant-Man, Avengers: Age of Ultron as well as DC Comics' Batman vs Superman. The studio also announced that their Assassin's Creed adaptation, starring Michael Fassbender, will also be released that summer with a confirmed date of August 7th 2015.
One other Fox title to gain a new release date is Matthew Vaughn's adaptation of the Marvel Comic, The Secret Service. Vaughn's project has been subject to some major casting rumors in recent months with Lady Gaga, Colin Firth and even Mark Hamill being linked with roles on the spy thriller.
Other projects scheduled for release in the 2015 include Roland Emmerich's sequels to Independence Day, Alan Taylor's Terminator reboot and Disney's fifth entry into the Pirates of the Caribbean series.