Sony Sets A Release Date For MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE; Moves Animated SPIDER-MAN Movie Away From AQUAMAN

Sony Sets A Release Date For MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE; Moves Animated SPIDER-MAN Movie Away From AQUAMAN

We weren't certain this one would ever see the light of day, but Sony Pictures has finally set a release date for their live-action Masters of The Universe adaptation. More past the jump...

By the power of Graysull, it looks like we finally have some movement on Sony's new big-screen take on He-Man and The Master of The Universe we've been hearing about since the dawn of time. The studio will release their live-action adaptation of the classic animated series on December 18, 2019  -  which is two days before Universal’s Wicked movie.

Last we heard, Terminator: Salvation director McG was in line to helm the picture, but that was back in June of last year and we've had no official updates since.

In addition, Sony has moved its Miles Morales-centric animated Spider-Man movie up by one week in order to swim away from James Wan’s Aquaman. The film will now swing into theaters on December 14, 2018.
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