The Downside Of Spider-Man Joining The Marvel Universe Means You’ll Have To Wait A Bit Longer To See These Other Superhero Movies!

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Fans are shooting web all over the place in celebration of Spider-Man finally joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

But the partnership between Marvel and Sony does have a downside.

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It seems the webslinger will be using his Spider powers to jump ahead in line at the box office!

The first Spider-Man reboot is taking the place of Thor: Ragnarok and opening in theaters on July 28, 2017, pushing the mighty Chris Hemsworth back to November 3rd.

That means, like dominos, every previously announced individual Marvel movie after that is getting pushed back one slot.

Black Panther will now arrive the following year on July 6, 2018, and we’ll have to wait until November 2nd of that year for Marvel’s first solo female superhero movie Captain Marvel.

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The Inhumans won’t make their debut until July 12, 2019.

Sad news for fans of those future franchises, but we’re guessing it’s a sacrifice they’re willing to make!

[Image via Sony/Marvel.]

Feb 10, 2015 4:17pm PDT

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