The postponement of the Morbius with Jared Leto to January 2022, postponed by 10 months compared to the original date, is frightening Marvel fans who are waiting with feverish curiosity. Spider-Man 3 by Jon Watts e Venom: Let There Be Carnage di Andy Serkins, both owned by Sony.
In fact, fans fear that the studio will decide to postpone these two months for many more months cinecomic, but in truth it seems unlikely, at least for now. This is because the dates of the two films are already set for late summer and Christmas holidays, a period in which it is hoped that the vaccination campaign has already begun to produce its effects and has returned to a modicum of normality.
Morbius it has been postponed due to the proximity of the release (on March 19 a global release with good economic feedback was objectively impossible), while Uncharted is postponed to February 2022 so as not to go and intercept other dangerous windows with important opponents such as No Time To Die.
After the announcement of the return of Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus, a role he held in the magnificent Spider-Man 2 by Sam Raimi, several confirmations have arrived in recent days from Collider (therefore reliable) on the fact that also Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Andrew Garfield ed Emma Stone they would in fact be in practically final negotiations with the studio to reprise the respective roles of the two Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson and Gwen Stacy in Jon Watts' cinecomic.
It would also be rumored the return of Charlie Cox in the role of Daredevil. However, these parts could only be cameos, more or less long. In short, we will have to wait for further details about the participation of all the stars.
Spider-Man 3 with Tom Holland and Zendaya will be released in American theaters on December 17, 2021. We remind you that Jamie Foxx will also return to the cinecomic in the role of Electro and Benedict Cumberbatch in those of Doctor Strange.