Spider-Man Reboot Release Date Moved Up, Jumanji Suffers Delay
The Spider-Man reboot release date has been changed. The movie that was set to release on July 28, 2017 will now be released on July 7, 2017. Jumanji, the film based on Chris Van Allsburg’s adventure book, will be now released on July 28, 2017. The movie got pushed by seven months.Advertisement
The spot was previously held by “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.” The movie will now be released on May 2017. The shift of release dates is indicative, as it is said that Jumanji was pushed for the release of Spider-Man.
The Spider-Man reboot is being directed by Jon Watts. Tom Holland will be playing the role of young Spidey in the movie. Jake Kasdan will direct Jumanji. The original movie starred Robin Williams and was released in 1995. It is the story of two kids who accidentally freed a man trapped in a board game for decades.
It seems that the movie calendar of Marvel has to be updated again. Captain Marvel and Black Panther may also have to change their release dates. The Spider-Man reboot will be see strong competition from another superhero movie. Warner Bros will be releasing Wonder Woman, another superhero film highly anticipated by viewers.
Marvel is facing a lot of criticism for the rescheduling of Spider-Man. The important characters like Captain Marvel and Black Panther is coming in the way. Jumanji can well benefit from the push of dates. It is expected to have some major special effects in it.