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Morbius was originally slated to arrive in July 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, has been moved to March 19th 2021 instead. Given the current status of the virus, it’s entirely possible that movie theaters won’t be back to full capacity in time for the reshuffled date, and Morbius could suffer further setbacks before swooping onto the big screen. Unlike most superhero movies, however, Morbius comes with a dual-studio complication. Rescheduling virtually a year’s worth of releases is a tricky enough task for a single studio, but with both Marvel and Sony having a stake in Morbius, a logistical nightmare emerges. Although Marvel aren’t involved with Morbius directly, the recent casting of Jamie Foxx’s Electro in the MCU proves how interconnected the two franchises are. It’s possible that Morbius needs to premiere before the sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home, which would mean more delays for both Sony and the MCU.

As mentioned previously, 2018’s Venom performed far better financially than it did with critics, who generally held the Tom Hardy vehicle as a classic case of loud noises and big visual effects over genuine substance of character and story. Nevertheless, Venom’s box office haul all but guaranteed a follow-up, and the mid-credits debut of Woody Harrelson set up Carnage as the sequel’s antagonist. Harrelson’s central role was confirmed when the Venom: Let There Be Carnage title was announced, with Andy Serkis replacing Ruben Fleischer in the director’s chair. Without a trailer, very little is currently known about Venom: Let There Be Carnage, other than the core cast and basic premise of pitting the black symbiote against his red counterpart.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage was lucky enough to wrap filming in February 2020, shortly before widespread restrictions began to take hold, and was in the editing stage when production was forcibly shut down. Andy Serkis confirmed that he had joined thousands of others by working from home during lockdown, ensuring post-production on Venom: Let There Be Carnage continued despite the outbreak. The Venom sequel was initially slapped with an October 2020 release, and looked to be safe from the pandemic’s reach, but couldn’t outrun the real world for long, and now sits at June 25th 2021. Due to the apparent shared continuity between Venom, Morbius and MCU Spider-Man, the release date for Venom: Let There Be Carnage may be subject to further alterations yet.

Who is the villainous Taskmaster in Black Widow? Here’s everything that is known about Taskmaster’s real identity. Finally due for release on November 6, 2020 after being one of the biggest summer movies delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Black Widow is the first chapter of Marvel’s fourth phase to its cinematic universe. Fans know to expect a prequel, as Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) perished during the events of Avengers: Endgame, and it’s understood that Black Widow takes place following the events of Captain America: Civil War, with a de-aged General Ross apparently pursuing Natasha Romanoff. One mystery remains, which is the identity of the main villain, Taskmaster.