Are We Getting A Look At Spider-Man 3 In December?
Will We Get A Spider-Man Trailer In 2020?
So much of the hoopla this fall has surrounded the Star Wars galaxy’s Disney+ show The Mandalorian.
However, there are plenty of Disney-related productions that deserve our attention.
Chief on that list might be Spider-Man 3. Yes, I am aware that is a Sony movie. However, it is also a Marvel Cinamatic Universe film, made in conjunction with Marvel Studios.
When Will We See Spider-Man?
Today, Kevin Burwick of MovieWeb.com posted:
Sony has confirmed that we will get our first look at Spider-Man 3 by the end of the year. The highly anticipated sequel is currently filming in New York City, with a planned release for December 2021. Both 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming and last year’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, released trailers in December of 2016 and 2018, respectively. However, both of the movies had summer release dates for the following years. Thanks to the public health crisis, it’s going to be a bit longer of a wait this time around.
Camila Pacheco, the Executive Marketing Director of Sony Pictures Entertainment in Brazil, made the Spider-Man 3 first look announcement at ExpoCine, which is the largest cinema industry event in Latin America. Pacheco revealed the news, but kept alternating the use of the words “teaser” and “preview,” so it’s still unclear as to what exactly fans will be treated to when December rolls around…
Movie Web pointed out that Marvel Studios generally begins work on CGI early in production. So, despite being very early in the film’s New York City shoot, fans might just get to see some Spidey, soon.
Meanwhile, MovieWeb added:
- Black Widow was supposed to open this year (on several dates), but will now bow in May 2021 (unless powerful investors have their way, again).
- Eternals will debut in November 2021.
- And Spider-Man 3 is looking at a December 21 opening.
And finally, Sony — itself — told Enterainment Tonight-Canada that recent rumors regarding Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield are “unconfirmed.”
ET Canada reached out to Sony Pictures, the studio that owns the movie rights to the “Spider-Man” movies in light of the rumours that the former Spider-Men are in talks to join the reigning Spidey [Tom Holland].
“Those rumoured castings are not confirmed,” a rep for the studio says. Fans will note the statement does not deny the casting buzz.
Maguire played Peter Parker from 2002 to 2004; Garfield took over in a franchise reboot in 2012 and 2014. Holland made his first on-screen appearance as the web-slinger in 2016.
Hang in there, True Believers. Spidey-style.