As reported by Murphy’s Multiverse, Camila Pacheco, the executive marketing director of Sony Pictures Entertainment in Brazil, told “attendees that the film had already started production and that we would get our first look at the film this December 2020.”
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Pacheco, who was said to also be wearing a Spider-Man shirt for this event, “alternated between the words preview and teaser trailer when discussing the project,” and she also confirmed that Spider-Man 3’s December 17, 2021 release date is still what the studio is planning for.
There have been many reports coming in recently regarding Spider-Man 3, including that Jamie Foxx’s Electro from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is set to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe with this upcoming film. It is unclear if he will be playing the same character or a different variation, but Foxx did mention in a now deleted Instagram post that he “won’t be blue in this one.”
Additionally, another report says that Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange will also be joining the cast of Spider-Man 3 and will take on a “mentor role” for Holland’s Spider-Man.
For more on Spider-Man 3, read out take on whether or not Doctor Strange joining Spider-Man 3 means the MCU could be adapting a controversial Marvel Comics story and if he and Jamie Foxx’s Electro will bring the Spider-Verse to this new movie.
IGN has reached out to Sony Pictures for a comment but has not heard back as of this writing.
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