Sony Pictures Will Not Release Big Films In Theaters Until the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Over. Sony Pictures has announced that they will not be releasing any “big films” in theaters until the COVID-19 pandemic is over and theaters reopen globally. Some of these big film titles include: Morbius, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and Spider-Man: Into the Multiverse 2.
Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman Tony Vinciquerra recently shared during a press conference, “What we won’t do is make the mistake of putting a very, very expensive $200 million movie out in the market unless we’re sure that theaters are open and operating at significant capacity.” he continued, “You’ll see a lot of strange things happen over the next six months in how films are released, how they’re scheduled, how they’re marketed, but once we get back to normal, we will have learned a lot I think and found ways to do things that are somewhat different and hopefully better.”
It is currently unknown if the untitled ‘Spider-Man 3‘ film will be affected by this change, as the studio is collaborating with Marvel Studios for the film, and Marvel has announced several other titles that will premiere in theaters far before the next Spider-Man films updated release date.
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