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Sony announced Venom 3 and El Muerto, a Spider-Man spinoff staring Bad Bunny

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for CinemaCon

At the motion picture industry kickoff that convened CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Monday, Sony announced the release of a film based on the Marvel character El Muerto, starring rapper Bad Bunny (also known as Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio). As Variety reports, El Muerto It will be released on January 12, 2024.

Additionally, according to Deadline, the studio has confirmed that a third Venom movie is on the way with a teaser, but other than that, nothing has surfaced. poison 3 logo.

El Muerto is a super strong wrestler who derives his immense strength from his mask. Taking the stage at CinemaCon, Bad Bunny said he grew up as a wrestling fan and it was “so exciting” to bring the character to life.

Sony seems determined to move forward with the Marvel Character Cinematic Universe given to the studio with the rights to the Spider-Man movie, which Sony calls the Spider-Man Universe or SSU. In addition to the two Venom films that are currently releasing and the latest, morbid, there is a workshop madam network and Kraven Hunter in production, both are expected to launch in 2023. In the meantime, Morbius’ The post-credits scenes seemed to suggest that a film about super-villain team The Sinister Six was on the way.

In other movie franchise news that won’t surprise anyone, Deadline reports that Sony has also confirmed it’s developing a fifth Ghostbusters movie after Jason Reitman’s success. Ghostbusters: Afterlife Last year. No date or talent has been announced for the new film.

In his closing comments at CinemaCon, Sony studio bigwig Tom Rothman said, “We don’t really believe in the popular belief that the future is all about superheroes and sequels… In the months to come, we’ll show that new and original stories can work too, but frankly, it wouldn’t hurt to have a few superheroes and sequels in your back pocket.


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Sony announced Venom 3 and El Muerto, a Spider-Man spinoff staring Bad Bunny

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for CinemaCon
Opening the film industry gathering CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Monday, Sony announced that it would be releasing a film based on the Marvel character El Muerto, starring the rapper Bad Bunny (also known as Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) in the title role. As reported by Variety, El Muerto will be released on Jan. 12 2024.
Additionally, according to Deadline, the studio confirmed that a third Venom film was on the way with a teaser, though nothing was revealed for it beyond a Venom 3 logo.
El Muerto is a superpowered wrestler who gains his immense strength from his mask. Appearing on stage at CinemaCon, Bad Bunny said he had grown up as a wrestling fan, and that it was “so exciting” to bring the character to life.
Sony appears determined to press ahead with the cinematic universe of Marvel characters granted to the studio by its Spider-Man film rights, which it’s calling Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, or SSU. As well as the two already released Venom films and the recent Morbius, the studio has Madame Web and Kraven the Hunter in production, both slated for release in 2023. Meanwhile, Morbius’ post-credits scenes appeared to suggest that a film about the supervillain team The Sinister Six is on the way.
In further film franchise news that will come as a surprise to no-one, Deadline reports that Sony also confirmed it was developing a fifth Ghostbusters film, after the success of Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife last year. No date or talent was announced for the new movie.
In his closing comments at CinemaCon, Sony studio bigwig Tom Rothman said that “we very much do not believe the common wisdom that the future is only supeheroes and sequels … during the coming months we will also show that new and original stories can also work.” But clearly, having a few superheroes and sequels in your back pocket doesn’t hurt.

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Sony announced Venom 3 and El Muerto, a Spider-Man spinoff staring Bad Bunny

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for CinemaCon
Opening the film industry gathering CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Monday, Sony announced that it would be releasing a film based on the Marvel character El Muerto, starring the rapper Bad Bunny (also known as Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) in the title role. As reported by Variety, El Muerto will be released on Jan. 12 2024.
Additionally, according to Deadline, the studio confirmed that a third Venom film was on the way with a teaser, though nothing was revealed for it beyond a Venom 3 logo.
El Muerto is a superpowered wrestler who gains his immense strength from his mask. Appearing on stage at CinemaCon, Bad Bunny said he had grown up as a wrestling fan, and that it was “so exciting” to bring the character to life.
Sony appears determined to press ahead with the cinematic universe of Marvel characters granted to the studio by its Spider-Man film rights, which it’s calling Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, or SSU. As well as the two already released Venom films and the recent Morbius, the studio has Madame Web and Kraven the Hunter in production, both slated for release in 2023. Meanwhile, Morbius’ post-credits scenes appeared to suggest that a film about the supervillain team The Sinister Six is on the way.
In further film franchise news that will come as a surprise to no-one, Deadline reports that Sony also confirmed it was developing a fifth Ghostbusters film, after the success of Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife last year. No date or talent was announced for the new movie.
In his closing comments at CinemaCon, Sony studio bigwig Tom Rothman said that “we very much do not believe the common wisdom that the future is only supeheroes and sequels … during the coming months we will also show that new and original stories can also work.” But clearly, having a few superheroes and sequels in your back pocket doesn’t hurt.

#Sony #announced #Venom #Muerto #SpiderMan #spinoff #staring #Bad #Bunny


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