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  • A 'Venom' sequel likely already has a release date, as Sony's Spider-Man universe rises again

    Sony announced two new release dates for Marvel movies in 2020, one that is likely a "Venom" sequel. "Venom" exceeded expectations and has made nearly $780 million worldwide. Other Spider-Man projects Sony has in development include "Morbius," "Black Cat," and "Kraven the Hunter." Sony isn't wasting any time capitalizing on the success of "Venom." The studio announced two release dates for yet-to-be-titled Marvel movies on Wednesday: July 10, 2020 and October 2, 2020. The latter is described...

    Business Insider
  • 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Makes Spider-Man New Again

    The bold, beautifully animated film introduces us to a new Spider-Man that will make a believer out of you.

    GQ
  • ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ is the best Spider-Man movie yet

    Spidey is dusting off his cobwebs. Since Tobey Maguire first donned the red and blue spandex suit in 2002, there’s been a steady stream of Spider-Man films starring him, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland. Some are great (“Spider-Man: Homecoming”), some have weird emo dance sequences (“Spider-Man 3”), but they’ve all told the same repetitive story:...

    New York Post