Sony Pictures continues to rename its own cinematic universe based on characters from Spider-Man through which you are creating movies like Venom and its next sequel and future ones Morbius O Kraven the Hunter, in addition to series such as that of Silk, while sharing Spider-Man’s rights with Marvel Studios, now in the actor’s shoes Tom Holland. All this keeping the wall-crawler out of his productions, something that could perhaps change in the future after the premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home and the opening of the multiverse. Now, and after announcing in the past up to two different names for its own universe of arachnid films, now Sony Pictures share a new name, this time yes, including Spider-Man: Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. A declaration of intent?
¿Spider-Man among the universes?
Thus, if during the first half of last year Sony announced the complicated name Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters or SPUMC to refer to his Spiderverse films, which translated would be Sony Pictures’ Universe of Marvel Characters, after a first title that was Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters or SUMC, it finally seems that they have found the final title for their cinematic universe.
Thus, taking advantage of the panel dedicated to Spider-Man: No way home as part of the CinemaCon, Sony Pictures took the opportunity to announce this new title for its Marvel films, staying as Sony Spider-Man Universe. As we say, this universe includes films such as Venom or Morbius, as well as future projects such as Kraven and others pending to be revealed.
And although the title includes the name of Spider-Man, the character for now remains on the sidelines, although it has already been said in the past that Spider-Man is the only character capable of move between universes. Will we see Tom Holland sharing the screen with Venom or Morbius? Or will they also make an appearance at the MCU with Spidey? The only clue so far are the easter eggs from the Morbius trailer.
Source | Screen Rant