Sony owns the movie and TV rights to Spider-Man and its supporting characters, one of which is Venom. Currently, there is an agreement between Sony and Marvel Studios to share the role. That’s why Peter Parker may be in the MCU. But that deal won’t last, and if Sony decides to continue the Holland role, he could finally meet Hardy’s venom. Until Spider-Man is part of the MCU, It’s hard to see how Venom faces Peanut on the big screen.
From the trends on social media, it is clear that fans want this.
Tom Hardy said to Esquire, “Both sides must be willing, and it must be beneficial to both sides, I do not understand why that is. I hope and strongly, with both hands, enthusiastically, push towards that potential and do whatever it takes to make what is right in business happen. If you are running 100 meters it is foolish not to go towards the Olympic Games, so yes! I want to play on that ground. ”
The original Venom, released in 2018, is based on the Marvel villain / anti-hero of the same name. While it did not impress critics, it was a huge success at the box office worldwide.
Symbiot and Hardy’s character is a nominal character compound of an alien parasite called Eddie Brock.
Venom’s sequel pitts him against his arch-nemesis Carnage – a symbiosis with the psychotic serial killer Cletus Cassadi (Woody Harrelson).
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will first be released in the UK on September 15, 2021, and then in the US on September 24.