Sony dates new "untitled Marvel movie" for October 2021

Carla Harmon
February 14, 2020

The entertainment website We Got This Covered is reporting that Sony is interested in making a live-action version of the popular animated film "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" that would reunite a number of actors who played Spider-Man, including Andrew Garfield - and producers want Garfield's version of the hero to be bisexual and have a boyfriend.


Release date announcements are a big deal to studios nowadays. Sony has also been working on its own Marvel movies featuring Spider-Man characters without Marvel Studios helping produce. "Yeah, I wonder what we all like to witness such things". We'll just have to wait until the movie comes out before we know for sure. Maybe Wall-Crawler could have its personal solo film earlier than it crosses paths with Spider-Man. Although a cameo appearance late in the Morbius trailer implies an MCU connection, the evidence is mounting that the film ties directly to Raimi's Spider-Man films instead. But the Daily Bugle logo isn't taken from that movie. The Vulture, who was final seen in 2016's Spider-Man: Homecoming, and, for what it's price, is a constitution member of the comedian's Sinister Six, joined by Mysterio, Sandman, Electro, Physician Octopus and Kraven; a lineup that has diverse over the many years.


This feels like a minor detail, but rumors about a live-action Spider-Verse have been swirling for a while.


More than a decade has passed since Raimi's Spider-Man 3 gave fans their last of Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man. If Sony and Marvel do resolve to revisit that universe, we will exclusively think about the transfer could be well-received. That sequel already offers closely with the Marvel multiverse and can probably dip into previous Marvel movies. Simmons additionally now within the MCU, the items are falling into place. Which Marvel property will fill that slot remains a mystery - but that doesn't mean we can't speculate.

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