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    Cool to be released

    Is the expression "to be released" correct in this sentence:

    This one will be the fourth and final movie of this saga, to be released in 2014

    Is it understandable in English?

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    Re: to be released

    Put a full stop at the end and this sentence is just fine.

    Rover

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