Another day, another report of a film getting its release date shifted sigh.
According to Vulture, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is once again looking at shifting its release date.
The Venom sequel is one of many films that’s been shifted many times over the course of the pandemic.
The film was set to be released in June this year, but was delayed till September 24, before being delayed again to October 15.
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Unfortunately, the film could yet again be delayed to January 21 2022, a slot currently held by Sony’s Morbius film.
If that delay does happen, it’s almost certain that Morbius will get delayed as well.
While we would have hoped that the days of films getting their release dates shifted are behind us, it doesn’t appear to be the case.
It’s been reported that Marvel may move Eternals, if Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings underperform at the Box Office.
Sony recently announced their rebranding of their Spider-Man Universe to Sony’s Spider-Man Universe.
Perhaps this is part of a planned rebranding for Sony going forward? We can only speculate.
For now, we’ll be keeping our fingers (and toes) crossed that no other film in this Autumn/Fall season shifts its release date.
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