Sony Delays The Release Date Of Morbius and Uncharted

The entertainment studio conglomerate Sony has just announced that their upcoming highly anticipated and market breaker film like "Morbius" and "Uncharted" have been pushed back to 2022.

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Based on the hit game franchise, developed by naughty dog production Uncharted” has garnered international fame and recognition through its video game series under Sony’s very PlayStation platform.

This success generated an idea into the Sony’s executives to make a film based on the game’s plot and therefore the productions began with high profile writers penning down the script which was later picked up by Venom director Ruben Fleisher. The casting was done some years ago calling onboard Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg.

Filming wrapped up a couple of months ago in Germany and the film was on the track to be released this year but the news just broke out of Sony’s headquarters that the film will now open on 11 February 2022.

On the other hand, another major film expanding Sony’s Marvel Universe and possibly Marvel Cinematic Universe. Which is centred around the villains of Spider-Man and serving a series addition to Venom.

The “Morbius” starring Academy Award Winner Jared Leto as the Vampire is delayed and now will be releasing on January 21 2022. With the ongoing chaos created by the global pandemic movie theatres are out of audience, income and revenue which has resulted in multiple delays of many films.

Morbius which was also slated for an October release this year has been pushed back to early 2022 along with Uncharted. Disney has also delayed the release date of 7 fox productions films that includes the game changer The King’s Man raising a question about the other marvel films.

All of these delays were gaslighted by the delay and rescheduling of MGM’s James Bond No Time To Die which was on the track for 2 April 2021 but now will open on 8 October 2021.

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