The current situation of crisis, confinement, and the consequent social distancing, has led to the main massive leisure activities such as cinema being forced to delay almost all of your programming, among which we can highlight not one, but up to four of the Spider-Man Universe films programmed by Sony and Marvel.

In chronological order, it would be Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the film in which this villain already presented in Venom would be introduced; the third installment of the Spider-Man: Homecoming trilogy, created in association with Marvel Studios; Morbius, another of the spin-offs focused on the presentation of the homonymous villain; and the animated sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

So, although only the first of these films was scheduled to be released this year, it was the second film that, after the great controversies about the separation and reincorporation of spider man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, would have caused the widespread delay of the entire line of Marvel movies.

Spider-Man turns the Marvel Cinematic Universe upside down

Originally scheduled for release on July 16, 2021, the third installment of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man would scroll until November 5, 2021. Likewise, the next installments of Doctor Strange in the Madness multiverse and Thor: Love and Thunder, which had previously suffered delays with respect to the first presentation of the MCU premiere line, would remain relegated until 2022.

The most curious thing, however, is that, while Sony has chosen to delay these Holland films, the release date of another of the actor’s most anticipated films has been anticipated, with the live-action film of Uncharted, which in fact It would take the original date of the Spider-Man movie, hitting theaters on July 16, 2021.

The MCU’s most imminent releases also appear to have undergone further changes, moving the timing of Black Widow until November 6 of this year, and the start of the new series and introduction of the characters from Eternals, until February of next year. For its part, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, whose filming was interrupted by COVID-19, currently holds its release date in suspense, still leaving hopes of a premiere this year.

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