Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 has been officially delayed by Sony.
This was made known in an announcement by the company, disclosing that the film which stars Tom Holland has been delayed from July 2021 to December 17, 2021.
The news means that the film will be the first time a solo Spider-Man flick or MCU movie gets released during the Christmas period.
Spider-Man 3 delay comes following Disney changing the slate for its releases as the Mouse House recently made it known to the public that James Cameron’s Avatar 2 has been pushed from December 2021 to December 2022.
Depsite the delay, fan enthusiasm should be high for the upcoming Spidey film as the first two entries were a critical and commercial success.
The highly-anticipated sequel for the John Krasinski-directed A Quiet Place will no longer be arriving in September 2020.
Krasinski’s real-life wife actress Emily Blunt leads the cast of the sequel (like she did in the first) as her character looks to continue keeping her kids safe as the aliens who hunt humans via sound keep closing in.
Screenrant reports that Paramount has moved A Quiet Place 2 from its September 4, 2020 release date to April 23, 2021.
Fans have gotten a tease on what will happen in the second part of the successful thriller with the trailers that were released and the director may top what he achieved with its predecessor. Guess we will find out next year.
The iconic Blue Blur coming for a second outing in 2022…
When it was announced that a film based on the video game character was being made, it sounded like a lame joke but when that movie landed, many were impressed by it.
As is always the case with Hollywood, plans for a second part began in earnest as a result of Sonic the Hedgehog grossing $306.8 million on a budget of about $95 million.
The little speedster is set to make his return in April 2022, as revealed by Paramount. Word about director Jeff Fowler returning to helm the sequel hasn’t be revealed but we do know that Ben Schwartz will voice the blue dude once again.
Even though the first film focused on Sonic, the post-credit scene introduced the character of Tails, something that director Schwartz is excited to explore.
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