As for which film might land that date, it's unclear.More news: What Iowa and New Hampshire tell us about Medicare for All
Sony, who needed to create his personal R-Rated (18+) superhero universe impartial of Marvel, exceeded expectations with Venom with Tom Hardy. And for Sony, that means we don't know exactly which "Untitled Sony/Marvel" film is getting released in October 2021, but we know it's happening. Should Sony have a presence at San Diego Comic Con this year, it'll probably be announced as a big newsmaking event; possibly alongside the confirmation of whatever film is supposed to be released this October. Curiously, the thriller movie's date will arrive lower than three months after the mothership sequel, the untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming 3, which is scheduled for July 16, 2021. And it could be a streamlined manner for Marvel and Sony to playfully acknowledge how usually Spider-Man has been rebooted up to now couple of many years.
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The Oscar-winning 2018 animated movie Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse launched moviegoers to a multiverse with infinite spider-powered individuals. So now it appears the movie is taking place closer to the Sam Raimi side of Spider-Man despite the implied MCU connection with Michael Keaton. And subsequent up is director Daniel Espinosa's Morbius in summer time 2020.
I guess we'll have to wait and see if this Spider-Woman film gets confirmed. Moreover, recent developments at Marvel Studios make a potential return to Raimi's trilogy even more likely. Who is one of the most powerful competitors of spider-man named Krater the Hunter. Let us know in the comments. If Sony and Marvel do decide to revisit that universe, we can only imagine the move would be well-received.More news: 'Parasite' shares rocket after Oscar wins