While fans are clamoring for the addition of a new film in the Marvel Studios Spider-Man franchise, new report by The Hollywood Reporter suggests it won’t happen soon.
Thomas Rothman, Chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures, noted that it is only a matter of when and not when a new live-action Spider-Man movie arrives. Rothman said you were betting. I don’t know when you can expect it. Don’t serve any wine before the time.
With the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, very quickly became a box office smash, earning nearly 2 billion dollars in theaters and becoming the highest-grossing film of 2021, and the sixth-highest-grossing film of all time. The film launched a series of rumors, and many wondered whether either Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield who both reprised their roles as Spider-Man in the film will return in future films.
As far as the movie goes, Rothman said, that the company is planning to pursue the risks of their original production. Rothman noted film movies such as Where the Crawdads Sing and The Woman King as worthy of an opportunity.
I really believe that if we don’t keep taking chances against the Crawdads or The Woman King, we are under threat from theatricality, said Rothman. COVID was terrible. But at some point, the audience will move beyond it. I don’t think watching movies is a deathbed to you. There’s no reason to lack originality.