Spider-Man’s Next Movies Shifting Release Dates

Spider-Man: Far From Home

by James White |
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The tide of release date shifts continues to sweep all films to new slots, and no one is invulnerable – just ask Tom Cruise. Now Sony and Marvel's Spider-Plans are affected, as the next live-action Spidey film and animated Spider-Verse are both being delayed.

Let's start with the next instalment of the current main Spider-Man series, starring Tom Holland (which some have already joked could be titled Spider-Man: Work From Home). Originally dated for 16 July next year, it'll now debut on 5 November 2021. Given that the live-action movies fall (for now) within the MCU, that has Disney/Marvel moving Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness from its own November 2021 date to 25 March 2022. In the same announcement, Thor: Love And Thunder was moved up a week to 11 Feb 2022, much to director Taika Waititi's comic chagrin.

Talking of Tom Holland films – the long-gestating Uncharted adaptation, which had been shooting for all of one day before productions were shut down because of the pandemic, is now going to arrive on July 16, 2021, which represents a move forward from its original October date that year.

As for the Spider-Verse follow-up, that will be delayed from April 2022 to 7 October 2022.

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