“Madame Web” will be available in big screens slightly later than previously announced, while an upcoming “Spider-man” spinoff release has been shifted to October 6, 2023, about 3 months later than announced earlier, Sony said in a statement late on Wednesday. Aside from that, “Insidious 5” will take the place of “Spider-Man” spin-off “Madame Web”. According to latest announcement from Sony Entertainment, the horror sequel will be made available in silver screens on July 7 next year.
Madame Web’s release delayed by three months
On top of that, Sony also added that “Madame Wed” will be starred by Dakota Johnson, while his character’s storyline will be spiralled as an extrasensory woman who aids Spider-Man on his ventures.
Besides, cast for “Madame Web” includes a number of actors and actresses who are no strangers to audiences such as Sydney Sweeny, Emma Roberts, Isabela Merced, Tahir Rahim, Adam Scott, Mike Epps alongside Celeste O’Connor.
S J Clarkson will be directing the film, while Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless are reportedly preparing the screenplay of the movie. Apart from a switch in release dates of “Madame Web” alongside “Insidious 5,” Sony also announced a few schedule changes including “A Man called Otto”.
The Tom Hanks-starred movie has been set to open on Christmas holidays, however, the film’s release date has been changed to December 14, while a Russel Crowe-starred horror “The Pope’s Exorcist” has been set to release by April 7.
In tandem, Adam Driver-starring Sci-Fi “65” will be released on April 28 instead April 14. Concomitantly, an untitled project of Sony and Marvel has been scheduled back to June 7, 2024 instead of a previously announced release date of October 6, 2023.