J.C. Chandor is helming the film, which is being produced by Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach. The script was written by Art Marcum, Matt Holloway, and Richard Wenk.
Kraven is one of Sony Pictures’ Marvel universe characters. He is one of Marvel’s most legendary and infamous antiheroes, having faced Venom and Black Panther among others, as well as being one of Spider-Man’s most notorious and most redoubtable foes. The film is slated to hit theaters on January 13, 2023.
Chameleon, on the other hand, is Kraven’s half-brother and is often shown as a master of disguises, renowned for his ability to imitate almost anybody.
Following the success of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which earned more than $500 million globally, Sony is riding a hot run, with Spider-Man: No Way Home being the most successful picture of the year 2021, grossing $1.7 billion worldwide. In terms of upcoming projects, the Jared Leto-starrer Morbius will be released in April, and the company has recently announced that Dakota Johnson will star in Madame Web.
After appearing as the son of Steve Zahn and Connie Britton in HBO’s popular series The White Lotus, Hechinger is back in the spotlight. He now features in the Hulu limited series Pam & Tommy and is in the process of shooting Scott Cooper’s The Pale Blue Eye, which will star Christian Bale in the lead role. He will also appear in Gabe Polsky’s forthcoming Butchers Crossing, which will feature Nicolas Cage and is an adaptation of John Williams’ 1960 self-titled book.
A3 Artists Agency, Brillstein, and attorney Ryan LeVine represent Hechinger.