ByColin Flanagan, writer at Creators.co
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At this point it’s safe to believe that all the movies will be released in the summer of 2015; like a special Armageddon of endless blockbuster titles battling it out to be ranked number one, as is every summer, except this time Disney owns half the properties while the rest are struggling to come up with any possible earnings.

The schedule as of now for summer 2015 is as follows: Avengers: Age of Ultron to kick it all off; Monster Trucks based on the toy line; B.O.O.: Bureau of Other Worldly Operations, an animated film starring Seth Rogen and Melissa McCarthy; Jurassic World; the film adaptation of Assassin’s Creed; Pixar’s Inside Out; Terminator 5; the sequel to Independence Day; the prequel to Despicable Me titled Minions; DC’s Batman vs. Superman; Smurfs 3; and Marvel’s Ant-Man.

As of today it has been announced that the sequel to Seth MacFarlane’s Ted will be released on June 26th of 2015 just to add more chaos to that summer.

Ted 2 will see the return of Seth MacFarlane as writer/director and co-star, along with Mark Wahlberg. There is no news on if Mila Kunis will return or not.

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