Following the lacklaster box office results of “Madame Web”, it looks like Sony is readjusting its upcoming theatrical releases for its Marvel films, as Sony has announced that it has delayed the release of its upcoming Marvel movie, “Kraven The Hunter”, once again, moving from August 30th 2024 to December 13th 2024.

The rated-R movie tells a story about how and why one of Marvel’s most iconic villains came to be.  This movie is set before his notorious vendetta with Spider-Man.  It stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the title role, along with Ariana DeBose,  Fred Hechinger,  Alessandro Nivola,  Christopher Abbott,  and Russell Crowe.   It has been directed by J.C. Chandor and has been written by Richard Wenk and Art Marcum & Matt Holloway.

This is the latest delay to “Kraven The Hunter”, as it was originally supposed to be released last October.

“Kraven The Hunter” has taken the release date of the next instalment in the “Karate Kid” franchise, which has been bumped back to May 30th 2025.

Since the movie is being released by Sony Pictures, much like with other Sony Marvel movies, we shouldn’t expect to see the film available on Disney+ after its theatrical release. But it will come to Disney+ in the United States in its Pay 2 window, which is two years after its theatrical release.

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