Sony Announces Release Dates For Two Untitled Marvel Films

Following the success of Venom, it seems like Sony isn’t wasting any time with their film lineup. Sony has a lot more films up their sleeves, after the unexpected box office success from Venom. Recently, Sony has announced 2 untitled Marvel movies to be released in 2019. The first announced film will arrive on July 10, followed by another on October 2.

Lately, everything has been getting the green light for comic book movies. Every studio seems to be greenlighting a lot of new projects and films. Most of the films seem to be villain movies. With the success and global box office domination of Venom. Now we are getting a Morbius film, a Joker film, and also a TV series about Loki coming soon. This reminds when Fox made Deadpool rated R and it started a new wave of comic book films. After Deadpool, we got Logan and Deadpool 2 which were both rated-R. The success of Venom will start a new wave of comic book films, that Sony initiated. And us comic books fans couldn’t help but be hype for it!


Fans are speculating that the two untitled films are a Morbius movie and a Venom sequel. After the release of Venom, fans are very divided about the film. Some love it, some hate it, and some are on the fence with this film. Another possibility would be a sequel to the upcoming Spider-Man animated movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. It’s gotten a positive buzz and some are even calling it “The best Spider-Man movie” and “One of the best films of the year”.

Venom may not be doing well critically but in terms of box office, the film is one of Sony’s highest profitable project. Venom has already passed films like Justice League, Man Of Steel, and Guardians Of The Galaxy. Also, the film will undoubtedly end up being one of the highest grossing comic book movies of all time.

Regardless of the results from Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse, 2020 seems to be a huge year for Sony.

What do you think the films are? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Variety

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