Those who were hoping to see 'Madame Web' on the big screen next summer might be a little disappointed, as the title has been delayed until later in 2023.

A bunch of upcoming Sony titles have had their release dates changed, meaning we're going to have to wait a little longer for a few blockbusters.

The two biggest titles that have been affected are two of Sony's tentpole superhero releases - 'Madame Web' and an as-yet-untitled Marvel Universe feature.

Dakota Johnson is leading the female-led feature, which has been moved from July 7, 2023 to October 6, 2023. Emma Roberts, Sydney Sweeney, Adam Scott, Celeste O’Connor and Isabela Merced will star in this brand new IP based within the Spider-Man Universe.

The other Marvel title, which originally had that October 6 release date, has now been pushed back until June 7, 2024. We're unsure what this could be, but rumours suggest that it's the first instalment in the next Spider-Man sequel trilogy with Tom Holland. However, it could also be the third 'Venom' title, with Tom hardy back as the lethal anti-hero.

The release dates for Sony's other Marvel-centred films, 'Kraven the Hunter' and 'El Muerto', appear to be unaffected. Both films have January 2023 and January 2024 release dates, respectively. Hotly anticipated animated sequel 'Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse' also still holds onto its June 2, 2023 release.

There have also been a few more films added to Sony's release schedule, ones that aren't superhero-led. Sony-owned Screen Gems has slotted Russell Crowe's 'The Pope’s Exorcist' for Easter weekend in 2023, which will see the New Zealand star play a priest who acted as the chief exorcist in the Vatican, which is based on a true story.

Another horror film, this time a fourth sequel film in the 'Insidious' franchise, will arrive on July 7, 2023. The fifth instalment will see Patrick Wilson make his directorial debut, with the feature taking place 10 years on from 'Insidious: The Last Key'.

Tom Hanks' dramedy 'A Man Called Otto' will be released this December, while Adam Driver's sci-fi adventure '65' will open in April, 2023.