Sony Announces a New Karate Kid Film and Other Titles, as well as Later Dates for Madame Web and Other Titles

Sony Announces a New Karate Kid Film and Other Titles, as well as Later Dates for Madame Web and Oth ...

Sony has announced a new Karate Kid film after the Jaden Smith reboot over a decade ago.

Three new films have been added to the production company's theatrical release schedule for 2023-2024, including an untitled True Haunting film from Screen Gems scheduled for January 6, 2023; a Karate Kid film scheduled for June 7, 2023; and a sequel to Searching, titled Missing, scheduled for February 24, 2023.

Madame Web, a Spider-Man prequel film directed by Dakota Johnson, which will be released on October 6, 2023, alongside Adam Scott, Zosia Mamet, Sydney Sweeney, and Emma Roberts, will be released in IMAX, similar to Aaron Taylor-Johnson's superhero film Kraven the Hunter, which has now begun production on October 6, 2023 (originally scheduled for January 13, 2023).

The premiere date for Madame Web has been rescheduled for the 24th of May, 2024, as a Memorial Day weekend.

Samuel L. Jackson, Ving Rhames, Nicholas Hoult, Hannah Waddingham, and Cecily Strong are all members of the Garfield cast.

Madame Web is expected to be the origin story of the clairvoyant comic-book character played by Johnson. Her eyesight allows her to see within the spider world. She first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man comic No. 210. She is known for predicting the future of spider-centric superheroes, with the film expected to be Web meeting Peter Parker's parents, played by Scott and Roberts, before his birth.

An untitled Sony/Marvel Universe feature has been scheduled for July 12, 2024, which was postponed a month from its original June 7, 2024 date.

65 is scheduled to be released on March 10, 2023, following its original premiere on April 28, 2023. Adam Driver, Ariana Greenblatt, and Chloe Coleman, the star of Big Little Lies, were all chosen using a script from A Quiet Place's producers Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.

As reported by The Knockturnal, Woods explained that A Quiet Place was our initial project. We wrote it because we were tired of the sequels. We also wrote this film in the wake of that.

Beck continued, Its one that has been going on in our heads for years and years.