Sony Pictures has announced moved the release date of Ghostbusters: Afterlife from once more from March 2021 to June 11, 2021, which will be the same weekend as the first Ghostbusters film was released in 1984. It becomes the latest tentpole shift in the theatrical calendar given the ongoing restrictions of movie theaters amid the pandemic. The film originally had a July 10, 2020 release date before it was moved this past March due to the coronavirus. Continue reading
J.C. Chandor is in talks to direct Sony’s Kraven the Hunter. The movie, hailing from Sony’s universe of Marvel characters, is based on Spider-Man’s formidable foe.
The upcoming third installment in the Sony/Marvel Tom Holland-led Spider-Man franchise is going to take a little longer to hit theaters as Sony has announced it is pushing the release back a month for the MCU title, according to The Wrap. Continue reading
Sony Pictures has pushed back its two untitled Spider-Man sequels for several months as Hollywood studios continue to update their release schedules due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sony’s Venom sequel has delayed its big screen debut. The film was expected to hit theaters Oct. 2, 2020 and will instead launch eight months later on June 25, 2021.
Also revealed today is the sequels official title.
Universal Pictures is having to change up its upcoming release calendar, setting new dates for Illumination’s Minions: The Rise of Gru and Sing 2 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Sony is reportedly developing a new Spider-Man/Spider-Verse film that would unite Tom Holland with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield with a twist.
A source told We Got This Covered that the project, which is in early development stages, would see Holland team up with former Spider-Men Maguire and Garfield.