Disney has announced a handful of release date changes for 2017. In addition to Star Wars: Episode VIII moving to December and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales moving up to May, they have also bumped up the release of their still-untitled Spider-Man film by three weeks. Jon Watts’ movie will now hit screens on July 7th of that summer.
Chatter has been rather quiet lately in regards to the webslinger’s first solo adventure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Most talk of Spidey has been kept to his involvement in Captain America: Civil War, which hits screens in a few months time. As of right now, we only know that Tom Holland will be reprising the titular role and that Robert Downey Jr. might be appearing in it in some capacity as Iron Man. Marisa Tomei is considered a lock to play Aunt May in the film, but even that isn’t 100% official yet. Production should be ramping up this summer, so expect to finally start hearing more about it soon.
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