Sony Adds Two New Marvel Movies To 2023 Schedule

Two untitled Marvel projects have been added to Sony's schedule for 2023

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Sony's list of Spider-Man adjacent projects has been a little confusing as of late. There's plenty in the works, from the extremely delayed Morbius to the recently cast Kraven the Hunter. And, after the post-credits scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, things have gotten even weirder with the potential future in more flux than ever before. Today, Sony announced the release plans for two more Marvel projects, slated for 2023.

  • Untitled Sony/Marvel Universe (Columbia Pictures) – June 23, 2023
  • Untitled Sony/Marvel Universe (Columbia Pictures) – October 6, 2023

Obviously, with no titles to work with it's difficult to guess exactly what these projects are referring to. There has been plenty announced on Sony's docket. There's a Madame Web project with Jessica Jones alum S.J. Clarkson attached, Spider-Verse spin-off centered around female characters, a Black Cat project, a Silver Sable project, a Silk project--the list goes on, and any one of them could be slated for these spots. As it stands right now, Morbius is set for January 28 2022, Spider-Verse 2 is set for October 7 2022, and Kraven is still scheduled for January 13 2023.

Meanwhile, on the Disney side of things, Spider-Man: No Way Home is in for a December 17, 2021 premiere.

There's also the possibility that these Sony dates will go to as-of-yet unannounced projects.

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