Sony schedules two release dates for untitled Marvel movies, which may be Poison 2 Y Morbidity. Earlier this year, the studio released the dice by launching a possible franchise with Poison, starring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock. Despite being criticized by critics, the adaptation of the comics proved to be a great blockbuster. Breaking October records, Poison has raised almost $ 800 million worldwide, surpassing last year's global journey League of Justice. He definitely took control of the zeitgeist, seeing that Eddie and the Venom symbiote are one of the most sent couples on the Internet.
These developments almost assured a Poison the sequel would come through the conduit, but Sony did not officially confirm any details after the surprising success of the original. Now, however, they are beginning to take the necessary steps to obtain the next installments of their Marvel-based universe through development.
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According to Justin Kroll of Variety, Sony secured the release dates of "Marvel-Spidey spin-offs". The first is a "no sequel" in July 10, 2020, while the second is a "continuation" programmed for October 2, 2020. Check out your Twitter post in the space below:
Kroll hypothesis these dates are for Poison 2 Y Morbidity It's sound, because it aligns with Sony's plans. The latter, starring Jared Leto as the titular character, aims to start production in February 2019. Leto even mocked that the start of production is just around the corner, sharing a video on social networks where He shaved facial hair. Additionally, Poison Producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach declared Morbidity would be his next film outside the door, so it makes sense that he lands in July of 2020. As for Poison 2, there have not been many updates to report on that front, although October 2020 is a reasonable window for its release. After the original dominated the fall season, Sony would be wise to bet on similar territory now while they still can. The box office competition is less intense during October, which would facilitate Poison 2 to become another great success for the study.
For Sony, the fact that they can do this has to be a great relief. In the past, they tried (and failed) to head a comic book franchise with the 900 Marvel characters they own. After The incredible Man-Spider 2, Sony needed to achieve an unprecedented deal with Marvel Studios to restore Peter Parker's cinematic reputation. There is still a long way to go before Sony's Marvel Universe is fully formed, but at least the creative team knows that it is on the right track and can do something that will connect with audiences around the world. Yes Poison 2 receives better reviews than its predecessor, it is not known how high it can get.
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Source: Justin Kroll
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