Sony Moves Up ‘Spider-Man’ Release

For whatever reason, practically every studio in Hollywood today has decided to move around release dates for their upcoming slate of films. First, Star Wars Episode VIII got a six-month delay, then Pirates of the Caribbean 5 took Episode VIII‘s old spot. Now, it seems the new Spider-Man is getting its release date moved up.

Sony has shifted its untitled Spider-Man reboot several weeks ahead of schedule, from July 28th, 2017 to July 7th, 2017. Tom Holland will make his debut as Spider-Man this summer in Captain America: Civil War before getting his own standalone film directed by Jon Watts, director of the 2015 film Cop Car.

Does this small change in release plans get you more hyped knowing you’ll get to see your favorite webslinger on the big screen even sooner? Let us know in the comments below!

Cade Onder
Cade Onder
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