A Venom/Spider-Man crossover appeared like a pipe dream not so way back, however that Morbius trailer blew our minds when it confirmed Sony’s Marvel movies and the MCU had been one and the identical. We’ve but to have it confirmed that Peter Parker and Eddie Brock will come nose to nose on display screen, however Tom Hardy has been dropping hints about it for some time and it appears very seemingly at this level that Spidey will cameo in upcoming sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
However let’s think about for a second that issues went even additional than a cameo and the studios used the merging of the 2 franchises to discover the traditional Black Go well with Spidey arc. That’s the idea digital artist Spdrmnkyxxiii has run with on this epic new piece. The paintings depicts the wall-crawler contaminated with the Venom symbiote, full with the standard white Spider-Man emblem that’s clearly lacking from Hardy’s model of the character.
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The MCU Spider-Man films appear to be centered on exploring storylines and villains that haven’t been performed on the large display screen earlier than, in order that would depart Sony free to sort out Black Go well with Spidey over on their facet of issues. Clearly, it was already performed earlier than in 2007’s Spider-Man 3, however with restricted success. Venom, alternatively, was a large hit, so a Holland/Hardy team-up would little question break the field workplace, too.
However once more, that is removed from confirmed at this stage. Nonetheless, a short walk-on – or swing-on – half for Holland doesn’t appear so far-fetched, contemplating that Michael Keaton will return as Vulture in Morbius. The solely downside is we’ll have to attend some time to see if there’s something to this, as Venom: Let There Be Carnage was not too long ago bumped again from its October launch to June 25th, 2021. Likewise, Spider-Man 3 is now arriving in November subsequent yr.