Movies

Sony Announces Two New Marvel Movies


master mentalism tricks

The following post contains minor spoilers for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

Sony continues to make the most of their own mini Marvel universe. Their “Sony’s Spider-Man Universe” can include any characters who originate within Spidey’s corner of Marvel. The studio has already made two Venom movies, and they have spinoff movies in production that star characters like the vampire Morbius (played by Jared Leto) and Kraven the Hunter.

And that is just the start of the SSU. (Or the SSMU? The SS-MU? These things are so confusing.) According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony has added two more untitled Marvel movies to their upcoming lineup. The films are dated for June 23, 2023 and October 6, 2023. If all these dates all hold, that would mean Sony would have three different Marvel movies coming out in 2023; Kraven the Hunter (which will supposedly star Aaron Taylor-Johnson) is due in January 2023. And that’s on top of Marvel Studios’ own Marvel movies in 2023, which include The MarvelsGuardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. 

As for what these two untitled movies could be, they might be new Spider-Man or Venom sequels — or perhaps a crossover joint sequel, as was teased in the post-credits scene from Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Previously, there have also been reports in the press about potential Sony Marvel movies about Madam Web and another female-centric Spider-Man movie (rumored to be Spider-Woman) directed by Olivia Wilde, along with a revival of the Sinister Six movie that almost happened during the days of The Amazing Spider-Man franchise. None of those movies have confirmed release dates, so depending on how development is going, they could fill those slots as well.

In the meantime, Spider-Man: No Way Home opens in theaters on December 17, 2022. Venom: Let There Be Carnage is still playing in theaters, and after numerous delays, Morbius is currently scheduled to open in theaters on January 28, 2022.

Every Spider-Man Movie, Ranked From Worst to Best

With great power comes great Spider-Man movies. (Sometimes.)



Read The Full Article Here


trick photography
Brock Purdy: 5 Things to Know About 49ers QB Who’s
Oprah And Other Celebs Looked Less Than Pleased When They
Suki Waterhouse Wore A Stunning Cutout Dress Showing Off Her
‘Deadpool 3’ Super Bowl Trailer: Ryan Reynolds & Hugh Jackman
Hulu Schedule February 19-25 2024: New TV Shows & Movies
Movie Review: ‘Suncoast’
Movie Review: ‘Bob Marley: One Love’
No Preview
Peacock Schedule February 19-25 2024: New TV Shows & Movies
‘Impractical Jokers’ First Look: Bobby Moynihan Crashes a Wedding Dress
New ‘Matlock’ Series With Kathy Bates Adds Beau Bridges
Shemar Moore Talks ‘S
Chicago PD Season 11 Episode 5 Spoilers: Will Atwater’s Instincts
Jack Black shits bullets with Cate Blanchett and Kevin Hart
Billy Corgan to star in reality show as president of
Slayer reuniting for first shows in five years at Riot
Logitech’s Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo Becomes Amazon No
I Styled the Iconic Adidas Samba Like Rihanna and Hailey
I Spent 2 Weeks in Greece—Here’s Everything I Packed and
Margaret Qualley and Jack Antonoff’s Wedding Was Peak Quiet Luxury
Coconut Perfume Picks That Smell Like Warm Summer Days
Mike Ferguson fights two alligators in Lionsgate’s THE FLOOD, Available
Stephen King Calls Polarizing Horror Remake an “Excellent reimagining”
Horror Diva, Dawna Lee Heising Slays Comedy In Tom Lopilato’s
Alien Top 20: Mind Bending UFO Encounters Released on Earth
Summary and Review: The Life Impossible by Matt Haig
Summary and Review: The Paradise Problem by Christina Lauren
5 Contemplative Novels From Authors Inspired By Their Time in
Summary and Review: Middle of the Night by Riley Sager