Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage is the latest upcoming movie to suffer from a release date delay, and it is not out of the question that the MCU’s Spiderman 3 will follow suit.
The outbreak of the coronavirus has put the world, Hollywood included, into a state of disarray. As a result, movie studios are pushing back the bulk of their movies to later in the year, if not to 2021.
Sony movies are no exception and the studio has announced that the sequel to 2018’s venom will be put off for an xtra eight months. Because of this, it is possible that Spiderman 3 could be postponed as well.
Now, over the past few months, the studios have been left with no other choice but to put most of their films and movies on hold. MCU shuffled most of its entire Phase 4 lineup and the DCEU’s blockbusters has stopped development for the time being.
Venom 2 Release date
Sony ultimately decided to push almost all of their movies to 2021, with the exception of Venom 2, which was still scheduled to be released in October. Venom 2 will now be releasing on June 25, 2021- the date originally held by WB’s The Batman, which itself was moved to October 2021. While it is good that the sequel of Venom now has a new slate, it creates a problem for Spiderman 3.
MCU Spider-Man 3 Release date
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man 3 hasn’t been delayed yet and is still scheduled to release on July 16, 2021. This date puts only three weeks between it and the Venom sequel, possibly complicating box office returns for both. Studios are losing a lot of money as it is, so Sony would be wise to make up for lost time where they can.
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