Sony Confirms Spider-Man 3 First Look To Be Released Before This Year
Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Brazilian Marketing Manager Camila Pacheco has confirmed that the first look of Spider-Man 3 will be released before the end of this year. Noting that the film will preserve its vision date on December 16, 2021, Pacheco also talked about the vision dates of Morbius and Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
ExpoCine, Latin America’s largest film event, was held online recently. Production studios such as Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros., Universal, Netflix, and Sony Pictures were among the biggest names of the event.
As part of the online event, Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Brazilian Marketing Manager Camila Pacheco made some remarks about Spider-Man 3. Confirming that the production is ongoing, Pacheco also announced that the first look at the film will arrive next December. According to Murphy’s Multiverse’s report, what will be released in December will be some kind of preview or promotional trailer.
The trailers of the first two movies were also released in December:
The trailer of Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home, the previous two films in the series, was also released in the first week of December 2016 and 2018, respectively. For this reason, it would not be surprising to see the preview or trailer of Spider-Man 3 in the first week of December.
The third movie, developed by Sony and Marvel studios, will be the first co-funded project by Disney. Under the deal, Marvel’s parent company will cover 25% of the budget. The company, which currently holds the product rights of Spidey, will receive a quarter of the film’s revenues.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige described Spider-Man 3 as “Peter-focused and Peter-based” in a statement in 2019. At this point, it looks like the new movie will turn Peter Parker into a more independent superhero, when Peter’s mentor Iron Man is dead and Spider-Man’s secret identity is revealed to the world.
Stating that the production process of Spider-Man 3 has already begun, Camila Pacheco also confirmed that the film will preserve its vision date on December 16, 2021. Pacheco also noted that the movies Morbius and Venom: Let There Be Carnage maintain their March 2021 and June 2021 release dates.