New Sony Marvel Spider-Man Movie Coming In October 2021

Wow, Looks Like Sony Has Another Spider-Man Spinoff In The Works

Should Sony have a presence at San Diego Comic Con this year, it'll probably be announced as a big newsmaking event; possibly alongside the confirmation of whatever film is supposed to be released this October. In that movie, Jared Leto stars as a scientist whose makes an attempt to treatment himself of a blood illness rework him right into a vampire of types.

While we've yet to hear from Marvel about the accuracy of the leak, we're excited to see everything play out on the big screen. "Yeah, I wonder what we all like to witness such things". These movies are expected to be part of the MCU, since in the Morbius trailer, we saw Michael Keaton as the Vulture, from Spider-Man: Homecoming. The film, which is able to cross in the identical world as Spider-Man, will start its journey on the large display on July 31, 2020.

According to ComicBook.com, a recent production photo - purported to be taken on the Morbius set - features a city bus advertisement proclaiming Spider-Man has gone missing.

This feels like a minor detail, but rumors about a live-action Spider-Verse have been swirling for a while. We now have no idea what they could be planning, especially with Sony, and the concept of Morbius taking place on either studio's "universe" or even in its own unusual mix of the two is easily possible.

More than a decade has passed since Raimi's Spider-Man 3 gave fans their last of Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man. Yet, to many moviegoers, his model stays their favourite incarnation of the character. Certainly, such a venture has been the Holy Grail for Sony Photos in its perpetual side-quest to conjure a cinematic universe impartial of Marvel Studios and the Disney monolith.

Bringing Raimi's Spider-Man again now would basically enable his trilogy to be grandfathered into the MCU. Which Marvel property will fill that slot remains a mystery - but that doesn't mean we can't speculate.

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