The third new Spider-Man movie between Sony and Disney’s Marvel starring Tom Holland will be titled Spider-Man: No Way Home as revealed today on Tom Holland’s Instagram. See below. Pic’s anticipated release is Dec. 17. In recent days Holland has teased the title for fans, and dropped a first look image from the production with him, Zendaya and
Lionsgate’s YA sci-fi adventure Chaos Walking will be released in theaters nationwide and in IMAX on March 5, 2021, a push-back from the previous Jan. 22 date. The move comes as distributors begin to adjust the Q1 calendar in response to the ongoing pandemic, which they are hoping quells by spring given the good news
As promised during the Lionsgate earnings call on Thursday, Lionsgate has set a release date for their long-awaited sci-fi Daisy Ridley–Tom Holland movie Chaos Walking which is the post-MLK weekend frame of January 22, 2021. There are no wide entries scheduled on that date. The pic will follow in the wake of Guy Ritchie’s Jason
A couple weeks after Deadline reported that Ruben Fleischer was atop the list to direct Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg in Sony Pictures’ Uncharted, and the race was on to keep the pic on track to shoot before the next installment of Holland’s Spider-Man, the studio changed the release date of the Columbia Pictures actioner.
EXCLUSIVE: With a projected $1.109B through tomorrow, Spider-Man: Far From Home will swing past Skyfall ($1.108B) to become Sony Pictures’ highest-grossing global release ever. The Sony/Marvel sequel’s split is expected to hit $376M domestic and $733M at the international box office through Sunday. The milestone comes a little over three weeks after the webslinger crossed