Whereas Cobra Kai continues to broaden and enrich the Karate Child franchise in enjoyable methods on the small display, Sony is trying to return to the idea — albeit with a brand new twist — in cinemas. The studio has now introduced a 7 June 2024 launch date for the movie.
Although no official particulars on the film have gotten out into the world, a report from Murphy’s Multiverse in August pointed to a swap within the dynamic, holding the usage of Kung-fu from the 2010 model, however seeing a younger man from Beijing transferring along with his mom to Brooklyn and ending up education a classmate’s father within the martial artwork and discovering his personal path as soon as extra.
Notably, the brand new film will not be coming from the Cobra Kai workforce – co-creator Jon Hurwitz answered a query on twitter and confirmed that they don’t seem to be concerned. Which is truthfully somewhat disappointing given how entertaining the present has been.
In associated launch date information, Sony has handed out a date to the subsequent instalment of the Looking out franchise, referred to as Lacking, and set fo 24 February subsequent 12 months.
And there are modifications afoot for Sony’s subsequent Marvel-based motion pictures, together with Kraven The Hunter, shifting from January subsequent 12 months to six October. Madame Net, in the meantime, is transferring from that October date to 16 February 2024. It isn’t the primary time the film has modified dates, which does not essentially bode properly for it…