Sony Sets Release Dates In 2024 & 2025 For Mystery Marvel Projects

Thanks to Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, interest in the wallcrawler is at an all-time high. What better time than now for Sony Pictures to announce two Sony/Marvel release dates in 2024 and 2025 that are widely expected to be Spider-Man and Venom sequels.

The two dates Sony has locked down are November 8th 2024 and June 27th 2025. Tom Holland has been chatting up Spider-Man 4 a lot lately, confirming the film is coming together nicely even though the writers strike means it can only go so far. Not only that, but Holland wants to take some time off after Apple’s The Crowded Room. That makes the 2025 date the most likely place where Holland will turn up next as Peter Parker.

That means Venom 3 is a good candidate for the 2024 date. Tom Hardy is obviously returning as Eddie Brock, with Kelly Marcel taking over as director. The two previous Venom movies opened in October, although the returns weren’t so good for Let There Be Carnage which may explain the slight change in plan.

Not only that, but both films will be in IMAX theaters, too, so it’s almost certainly going to be a Spider-Man and Venom.  Besides, the other Sony/Marvel projects, such as Kraven the Hunter, El Muerto, and Madame Web already have dates set with little reason for them to move.

Travis Hopson
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