The Venom: There Will Be Carnage star continues to hint at a crossover with Spider-Man. Will it finally come true?
Since Venom hit theaters, there have been a lot of fans showing interest in a crossover with Spider-Man, despite the fact that Venom is very different from the Marvel comics (although Tom Holland’s Spider-Man could be said too).
This has only escalated with Venom’s next release: There’ll be Carnage, where even Andy Serkis himself has confirmed that Venom and Spider-Man will meet again on the big screen, though he hasn’t specified when we’ll see him. expected crossover.
Recently, Comic Book Movie media asked Tom Hardy about a possible Venom and Spider-Man crossover after the actor shared on Instagram a fan-art in which Venom is seen devouring a wall-crawler, whose publication was quickly removed (although you can see the image below). a little further down).
“It’s like little Spidey’s legs dangling out of Venom’s mouth, right? It’s just wish-fulfillment. Of course, it’s on our minds all the time. Look at the picture! Those are Spidey’s little feet dangling from Venom’s teeth. Hardy commented.
He’s out there somewhere. But we all know that there’s a very large constellation of events, you know, that needs to move and operate,” the actor continued.
“As adults, we have to say, ‘OK, we’ll wait.’ We’re waiting for the planes to land and when they land we’ll see if we can get them, but until then we’ll focus on the task at hand, which is Venom 2. eat Spider-Man?'” concluded Hardy.
Given Sony Pictures’ interest in assembling their own cinematic universe with Spider-Man characters, it’s no surprise that sooner or later we’ll see the wall-crawler in one of their next films. What’s more, it’s been said for a long time that Spider-Man will appear in the Kraven the Hunter movies).
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With the cast and crew of Venom: Let There Be Carnage doing the rounds to discuss the sequel, the topic of Spider-Man will come up… a lot. ComicBook.com is the latest outlet to get some insight from actor Tom Hardy, prompting him for details about a fan art he shared on Instagram of Venom eating Tom Holland’s wall crawler (quickly deleted).
” replied the actor. “That’s wish fulfillment, that. Of course, it’s on our minds all the time. Look at the picture! That’s little Spidey’s leg sticking out of Venom’s teeth. It’s very specific.”
“I don’t think you can make a Venom story without knowing Spider-Man is in it. He’s somewhere. But we all know there’s a huge constellation of events, you know, that needs to move and operate. As adults, we have to go, ‘Okay, we’ll wait.’ We are waiting for the planes to land and when they land we will see if we can get them but until then we are focused on the task at hand which is Venom 2.”
However, the Eddie Brock actor ended with one more tease, saying: “But it’s always on our minds, you know? ‘When can I eat Spider-Man?'”
All the comments from Hardy (and director Andy Serkis) are starting to get overwhelming, but the bottom line is that they’re focused on a Venom sequel this time around and there’s still a lot to cover before the symbiote crosses paths with Spider. -Man on the big screen.