According to THR’s Aaron Couch, Sony has slated two new, untitled Marvel films for 2023. There’s no specific title connected to either of the new dates, but we might be able to expect an announcement by Sony in the near future. They have currently slated both titles in June and October of 2023. As such, these two Marvel films join Sony’s Kraven the Hunter alongside Marvel Studios’ The Marvels and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. They also have two unannounced projects planned for that year, which brings us to a total of seven Marvel films in one year.
Kraven the Hunter was already kicking off 2023 for Sony with a January date and now it’ll be joined by June 23rd and October 6th films. Sony has a half-dozen or so projects in various stages of development, but it’s likely that one of these films is the Olivia Wilde-helmed Spider-Woman solo film. It’s also possible that the October 6th date could be a quick turnaround for Venom 3, following the big box office of the symbiote-driven sequel.
It certainly looks like Sony believes in its upcoming slate of Marvel films that’ll tie into the Spider-Man universe. There’s still the question of if these projects will interconnect, as Venom: Let There Be Carnage is trying to set up. We still have heard very little about their Morbius film set to release in January. Perhaps they’re using this chance to revive the Black Cat and Silver Sable project that was axed early into pre-production. We’ll likely know more after Spider-Man: No Way Home releases in December.