Venom 2 postponed to 2022?

Sony would also like to push back Morbius, along with Jared Leto.

Sony surprised CinemaCon viewers by unveiling no new footage of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, but the entire film, to the public! A nice move, because the first reviews are rave. The studio also unveiled the first trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home, their co-production with Disney, which will hit theaters in December. On the other hand, no trace of the two other superhero films of the firm, Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage, by Andy Serkis, and Morbius, by Daniel Espinosa. It is rumored that this absence would in fact have a good reason: worried about the significant contagion of Covid-19 linked to the Delta variant, Sony would expect to postpone these two projects for several months. Scheduled for October, the sequel with Tom Hardy would finally be released on January 1, 2021, writes Vulture. Knowing that Morbius was to be released on that date, this film worn by Jared Leto would also be postponed, the studio having no reason to self-compete by offering at the same time two blockbusters devoted to comic book villains .

Sony has yet to confirm this date change. In the meantime, here’s the trailer for Spider-Man 3, which was unveiled yesterday:

Tom Hardy will be credited with the Venom 2 screenplay

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