The post-credits scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage is still a hot topic of discussion. That scene has changed Marvel movies, whether in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) or Sony’s Spider-Man Universe (SSU), forever. The scene was also a surprise in itself. Caution: This article contains spoilers for Venom: Let There Be Carnage! You’ve been warned! The Venom 2 post-credits scene confirms that a crossover between the MCU and SSU is definitely going to happen. In an interview with
, Venom: Let There Be Carnage director Andy Serkis explains how that post-credits scene changed the MCU forever. He said, there was a ‘collision’ between the two separate Marvel cinematic superhero franchises.
we don’t give any time. The portal hasn’t really been crossed yet. This opens up more questions, I think, than saying (anything)… It’s a temptation. It’s a temptation, in the full sense of the word,” Andy said.
Since the Venom sequelwas confirmed two years ago, fans have started speculating whether the film will bring together Eddie Brock/Venom (Tom Hardy) with Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom) Holland). Various theories have emerged. Hardy fueled the discussion by uploading fan art featuring Venom meeting Spider-Man on his Instagram account.
Once it was discovered that Spider-Man: No Way Home would face the multiverse, the speculation became even wilder. There are reports that Tom Holland was spotted on the set of Venom: Let There Be Carnage. As it turned out, Holland actually made a cameo in the film.
In the post-credits scene of Venom 2 , Eddie lies in bed watching television. He also chats with his symbiotic alter-ego, Venom. Suddenly, the room changes while the music playing in the background is the same as the music that can be heard while Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is casting a spell.
After the change, television began broadcasting reports featuring Spider-Man and exposing his identity. Venom slowly licked the television screen as Spider-Man appeared on the television screen. This indicates that the symbiote has already felt an interest in his greatest enemy from the comic.
A common theory regarding the scene is that the multiverse spell from the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer that Doctor Strange spoke of affected Eddie’s universe and brought him into the MCU. It also opened the door for Morbius (Jared Leto) and Kraven the Hunter (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) to appear. But, until now, both Marvel and Sony have kept their mouth shut about this.
For now, fans can be excited by the news that Venom will be bringing his antihero energy to the MCU. With Deadpool also coming to the MCU, things look interesting to MCU fans. Spider-Man: No Way Home is slated to premiere on December 17.
Spider-Man Almost Had a Big Role in Venom: Let There Be Carnage
This was revealed by the director of Venom 2 , Andy Serkis. However, Peter apparently never appeared in the film. Why?
Caution: This article contains SPOILERS for the movie Venom: Let There Be Carnage which is already showing in North America! You’ve been warned!
In this Venom sequel , he has to face many enemies. Everything got more complicated for him. Moreover, the post-credits scene of this film seems to confuse Eddie.
In Venom 2’s post-credits sceneMeanwhile, Tom Holland appeared as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) version. Meanwhile, Eddie who was originally in a cheap hotel room, suddenly moved into a rather nice hotel room and was in the MCU. Obviously, this got fans excited.
“There was a moment when he (Spider-Man) would be in this story, potentially, and then he wouldn’t. But, no, we decided we wanted to really research the Venom-verse first. So when we got into principle photography, discussions inevitably had to take place, but it didn’t happen until very, very late that we came up with the right idea
In the post-credits scene of Venom 2 , Eddie and Venom suddenly move into the MCU. Before they moved, Venom explained about his knowledge of other universes. Tom Holland was also seen on the screen.
However, Andy indicated that the idea of including the much-loved Marvel character into Venom had been around for a long time.
“100% on the flow, yes. It couldn’t get any more fluid if you tried. Well, of course, it is something that they discussed before I appear in this film, “said Andy quoted MovieWeb .
In the end, Sony decided to make a Venom sequel about Eddie and Venom’s fight against Cletus Kasady/Carnage (Woody Harrelson). But, they couldn’t resist dropping the breadcrumbs.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage premiered in North America on October 1, after being delayed for a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The film received mixed reviews from critics. Although the general consensus is that this film is better than the first film.
Venom;Let There Be Carnage has grossed $90.1 million in the United States and Canada. It is not known exactly when this film will be released in Indonesia.