Tom Hardy’s Venom will reportedly be in Tom Holland’s next Spider-Man film
Calling all Marvel fans… this is the crossover some of you have been waiting for!
Stan Lee’s Spider-Man is undoubtedly one of the most iconic superheroes of all time. He could be coming face-to-face with Venom in his next cinematic outing.
Over the past 10 years he’s probably overtaken Superman and Batman as the world’s most popular hero.
From Tom Holland’s portrayal as Peter Parker in the Marvel franchise, Sony’s incredible Spider-Verse trilogy, and some of the best video games on the market, Spider-Man is basically everywhere these days.
Well Marvel have just dropped another reason to be excited about the Spider-Man franchise…
Hardy vs Holland in new Spider-Man crossover
Yes that’s right, it’s believed that Tom Hardy’s Venom is finally going to feature in the MCU.
The SUMC and MCU will reportedly merge in Tom Holland’s as yet untitled ‘Spider-Man 4’.
Daniel Richtman, a film writer and pop culture expert on social media platform ‘X’, believes the long-awaited cameo might finally be happening.
Venom to breathe new life into Spider-Man franchise
Hardy’s Venom cameo in the mid-credits scene of Spider-Man: No Way Home gave Marvel fans the impression that a crossover was on the cards.
Now it seems Venom will play an integral role in the future of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
It’s believed Hardy will first feature in Spider-Man 4, but the carnage won’t stop there. Sony want to send off Hardy’s Venom in the next Avengers film, Avengers Secret Wars.
This is reportedly where Holland and Hardy will battle it out with each other in an onscreen web-slinging fight for the ages.
And for all you MCU fans out there, this is also be how Tom Holland gets the symbiote which will play a huge role in SM5. Of course take all of this with a pinch of salt… Marvel love keeping us on our toes.
But it’s clear Venom is their preferred route to go down as Holland prepares to bow out as the most successful Peter Parker in history.
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