New Marvel Movie From Sony Is Coming!!!

Lawrence Kim
February 14, 2020

IGN can confirm that the release date is accurate. We have found out that this July 31, there will be a release of a spinoff movie by Sony, named Morbius. While some fans assumed the Spider-Man art in Morbius was also a nod to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's version of the iconic webslinger, now played by Tom Holland, it seemed to be retconned by the fact that the suit had more in common with the Tobey Maguire era design of the suit.

Release date announcements are a big deal to studios nowadays.

There have been rumors suggesting that there could be a movie based on Silk, a character from the Spider-Man franchise, but no one knows yet.

In "Spider-Verse", it's shown that there are several different realities and dimensions in which Spider-Man exists with different people (and animals) in the superhero role.

Over the years, Sony has persistently launched Spider-Man movies.

However, the two studios collaborated for the last two Spider-Man movies, Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2017 and Spider-Man: Far From Home previous year, both of which were set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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.

Morbius' teaser trailer revealed that the film will directly connect to Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man Far From Home with the cameo from Michael Keaton's Vulture during a prison break scene. Moreover, recent developments at Marvel Studios make a potential return to Raimi's trilogy even more likely. The project of hero, Jared Leto Morbius, a spin-off focused on Spider-Man Morbis: The living vampire will arrive on July 10 in theatres, in 2020. Let us know in the comments.

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 decide to revisit that universe, we can only imagine the move would be well-received.

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