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Spider-Man 4 Release date Revealed, Will Spider-Man 4’s Release Affect Phase 5’s Slate?

Spider-Man 4 Release date Revealed, Will Spider-Man 4's Release Affect Phase 5's Slate?
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Alex Perez of The Cosmic Circus shared that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man 4 is rumored to be eyeing a theatrical premiere on July 12, 2024.

If proven true, Spider-Man 4 would join Marvel’s packed Phase 5 slate in 2024 alongside Captain America: New World Order, Thunderbolts, Fantastic Four, and the recently announced Deadpool 3.

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Will Spider-Man 4’s Release Affect Phase 5’s Slate?

Based on this rumor, Spider-Man 4‘s release date is relatively close to Thunderbolts, 12 days apart. While it is unknown if one of the aforementioned movies will move, there’s reason to believe that Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures will find a way to accommodate the two projects.

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In fact, this exact situation already happened before with Spider-Man: No Way Home. The threequel was initially slated to release on July 16, 2021, then it moved to November 5, 2021, which coincidentally was the then release date of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Spider-Man 4 Release date Revealed, Will Spider-Man 4's Release Affect Phase 5's Slate?

This led the Doctor Strange sequel to shift to March 25, 2022, which also altered Thor: Love and Thunder’s release from February 18 to February 11, 2022.

It’s possible that Thunderbolts, a project being touted as the culmination of Phase 5, will be the first to move, considering that Spider-Man movies are no stranger to a July premiere (Far From Home was released on July 2, 2019).

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As a result of this move, there’s a strong chance that it will cause a domino effect that would dramatically alter the MCU’s Phases 5 and 6 slate, causing a lengthy wait for the Multiverse Saga’s eventual conclusion in the next two Avengers movies.

Whatever the case, this update is a promising sign since there are more stories to tell for Tom Holland’s web-slinger.

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