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Silver and Black: Spider-Man Spin-off Gets 2019 Release Date

13 August 2017, 03:11 | Myron Mathis

Silver and Black: Spider-Man Spin-off Gets 2019 Release Date

Marvel adaptation Silver and Black has set for 2019

Unlike the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is a Sony/Marvel collaboration and part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Venom and Silver and Black are standalone films produced exclusively by Sony.

Along with the confirmed release date for Silver and Black, Bad Boys 3 is now unset.

Producers have left open the possibility that Holland could cameo in either Venom or Silver and Black, but it's more likely the films will either reference Spider-Man without showing him or ignore the character altogether.

But more so than that, Sable and her father Ernst Sablinova believe that Black Cat could somehow lead them to the movie's real villain, the robotics-themed scientist Mendel Stromm.

Both Silver and Black and Venom will share a common universe between themselves, though, in what has been dubbed "Sony's Marvel Universe".


For those who haven't kept up with the title, Silver and Black will bring together two characters from Marvel Comics who frequently showed up in Spider-Man story arcs.

In the comics, Silver Sable is a mercenary for hire who spends her time hunting down war criminals. Beyond the Lights director Gina Prince-Bythewood is slated to direct, but we have no details on the story just yet.

The planned action sequel was originally set for a release on November 9, 2019 and the release slot will be replaced with the upcoming Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly comedy, Holmes and Watson. The film, titled Soldado, will be directed by Stefano Sollima and feature the return of actors Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin. The big screen Barbie movie has been pushed back to August 8, 2018 from a previous June 2018 date.

The film will open February 8, 2019. With Silver and Black, she becomes the second woman of color to direct a Marvel-based film. Unfortunately, they won't have an official new Spider-Man movie to help them, but maybe Venom will work out for them instead.



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