Tom Holland’s third solo adventure as Peter Parker will take longer than anticipated to arrive. Sony Pictures has announced a new delay to the release date of the sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home that won’t see the light of day until December 2021.
It is the second delay suffered by the film, which was initially going to hit theaters on July 16, 2021, it was delayed before the coronavirus pandemic until November 5, 2021. But finally the film directed by Jon Watts, responsible for the two previous installments, will not storm the card until December 17, 2021.
The delay of a month in the launch does not affect the rest of the movies of the spider-verse of Sony Pictures. Thus the sequel to Spider-Man: A New Universe, the critically acclaimed anamination tape, is still set for October 7, 2022. Morbius, the living vampire movie starring Jared Leto that will be released in March, will hit theaters soon. of the next year. On June 25, 2021 it will be the turn of Venom: There will be Matanza, the sequel to the spin-off starring Tom Hardy as the symbiote that this time will see the faces with the bloody Carnage, played by Woody Harrelson.