Sorry to tell you “Spider-Man” fans, your beloved superhero has given up on its initial release date. Due to the pandemic spreading its web all over the world, the production of “Spider-Man: 3” hasn’t even started yet. The old release date for “Spider-Man: 3” was July 16, 2021, but now it has been pushed four months to November 5, 2021. Sony has also moved another Tom Holland starer “Uncharted” to October 8, 2021. Also, the animated sequel to “Spider-Man: Into the verse” has been pushed back from April 8, 2022, to October 7, 2022.
— IGN (@IGN) April 25, 2020
Nothing has been revealed yet about the new instalment. It seems that the franchise isn’t sure about the type of content they want their audiences to see, especially after the pandemic era. We have seen many good and well-made films doing badly at the box office just because the audience was not in a mood for another depressive, sad movie after giant economic depression. So, maybe that’s why they are taking their time to create an audience-friendly plot.
We can always be sure that Tom Holland’s going to star as “Spider-Man” again with his supporting cast as Zendaya, Jacob Batalon (Ned), and maybe even Martin Starr as their hapless high school teacher/debate coach. Kevin Feige when asked about the plot for the sequel to “Spider-Man: Far From Home” by Fandango, said:
“Much like the end of Iron Man, saying, okay, the rules have changed. Which now means we’re going to have to do something completely different next time. The how and the when and the specifics can change and evolve but setting yourself up for something that has never been done before… at the end of Iron Man, it was a hero publicly outing himself so that in the next movies and all subsequent movies, we couldn’t fall back on the secret identity trope which had been part of Iron Man’s story for decades in the comics. And now people know Peter’s identity. People now think he’s a villain, Mysterio plays one last trick on him and succeeds… [so that] means everything’s different. Where it goes, we’ll see. But it’s exciting that it once again sets us up for a Peter Parker story that has never been done before on film.”
Spider-Man 3 trending? Gotta bring this back pic.twitter.com/IP0m2Ln5Xg
— ARVI (@arvindkk218) June 7, 2020
“Far From Home” ended with J. Jonah Johnson revealing the ghosted identity of Spider-Man, and releasing a doctored video which recognised Mysterio as a possibly slain hero and Spider-Man as his potential brutal killer.
The doctored video also blamed Spider-Man as the person responsible for ordering drones and terrorizing all of London- “You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain” the famous lines from Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” seemed to be working here, so the plot for the next movie will, more or less, continue from here. Rumoured villains for the new movie include “Kraven the Hunter” who could now follow and hunt for the unmasked Peter Parker or it could “Morbius” who, by the way, is also getting his stand-alone film.
Things aren't always as they seem with Mysterio. pic.twitter.com/QfpZvKBfJ9
— Spider-Man (@SpiderMan) May 29, 2020
Due to the pandemic, Jared Leto-starrer “Morbius” is now slated for March 19, 2021, while “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” shifted to June 25, 2021.
Marvel Studios had to push back the Doctor Strange sequel — Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness — once again, from November 5, 2021, to March 25, 2022. The dates of these and all the other Marvel and DC films could further shuffle depending upon the pandemic, we just have to wait for further updates.
Just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, offering you a nice cup of tea if you need it right now. pic.twitter.com/rnsk9QRqQh
— Marvel Unlimited (@MarvelUnlimited) May 30, 2020
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