Here's when we're finally gonna see that delayed Fantastic Four reboot

It's been five years since the regrettable release of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, and fans have been waiting impatiently for a reboot of Marvel's first superteam ever since. Now it seems that Twentieth Century Fox has finally granted our wish. So when will we see the Fantastic Four in big-screen action again?

With Chronicle director Josh Trank now firmly on board for the next cinematic adventure of Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, the Human Torch and the Thing, Twentieth Century Fox and Marvel have set a 2015 release date for the flick. March 6, 2015, to be exact.

That news comes courtesy of Exhibitor Relations Company, who posted the information to its Twitter account Friday. That's a far-off date, so it could still shift, but it seems Fox is finally ready to kick this reboot into gear.

That means 2015's shaping up to be an even bigger year for Marvel movie fans. It was already the release year for Ant-Man and The Avengers 2. Now we've got the Fantastic Four in that pack as well, and who knows what else Marvel might have up its sleeve.

So mark your calendars, True Believers!

(Via SlashFilm)

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