Sony has delayed the Spider-Man universe films Kraven the Hunter and Madame Web and also confirmed a 2024 release window for a new Karate Kid film.
Kraven the Hunter will now arrive in cinemas (and IMAX) on October 6, 2023, instead of January 13, though Sony didn’t give a reason as to why the film was pushed to fall.
Madame Web, which was scheduled for the October 6 slot after a previous delay, will now be released on February 16, 2024. An untitled film from Sony’s Marvel universe has also been shifted to July 12, 2024 from June 7.
The new Karate Kid film has been confirmed for June 7 instead, and while Sony didn’t offer any specifics as to what the film would be or who’s making it, it did say it’s “the return of the original Karate Kid franchise”.
Other new dates include the untitled True Haunting film from Screen Gems which will be released on January 6, 2023, and Missing, the next film in the Searching franchise, which arrives on February 24, 2023.
Alongside the Marvel films, Sony also shifted 65 from Columbia Pictures from April 28, 2023, to March 10, 2023, and Garfield to May 24, 2024, from February 16, 2024.
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