COVID-19 pandemic has literally made everyone alter their plans for next few years, in the terms of the entertainment business, while few filmmakers skipped the theatrical release and opted for OTT premieres, films which were in the filming stage are delayed, thus also leading to delay in their eventual release which was scheduled for 2021-2022. One of the movies which is delayed is Sony Pictures’s sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home, as per reports in IGN.com, the makers have selected a new release date in the year 2021.
Earlier scheduled to release on November 5, 2021, now this sequel which is currently untitled will be releasing on December 17, 2021. Also, the movie was first announced to hit the screen on July 16, 2021, as actor Tom Holland who is set to play Peter Parker in the film was supposed to shoot for Uncharted before it. Though the production for Uncharted is yet to begin as per reports, Sony representative asserted that the preparation for the said film is already in the process.
Following the sequel of Spider-Man: Far From Home, October 7, 2022, will mark the release of the sequel of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Spider-Man: Far From Home was the first film from the MCU film universe following the release of hit Avengers: Endgame. Spider-Man: Far From Home was appreciated by the audience and fans are eagerly waiting for its sequel to hit the screens. ALSO READ: Spider-Man: Far From Home: Not Spidey Anymore, Meet Peter Parker's European Alter Ego, The Night Monkey; Watch Trailer
Following the delay in the release of Spider-Man flick, also being delayed for the release are forthcoming Star Wars and Avatars Films now scheduled to hit the screens on December 22, 2023, and December 16, 2022, respectively. ALSO READ: Spider-Man: Far From Home Extended Cut - Tom Holland Can't Contain His Excitement With 4 Minutes Of UNSEEN Footage
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