The conclusion of Venom forever altered Sony’s Marvel universe: Let There Be Carnage. This was undoubtedly a major narrative shift for the franchise. Venom 2 follows Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock as he adjusts to his newfound life with Venom. Their lives became more complicated when Woody Harrelson’s Cletus Kasady, a symbiote named Carnage, suddenly appeared in their midst. Andy Serkis directs the sequel.
As a result of Let There Be Carnage, Venom defeated his arch-enemy Carnage in an epic showdown. When Venom and Eddie finally had a chance to relax after their epic battle, it was cut short by a shocking post-credits scene. Spider-MCU Man’s world appears to be where the crime-fighting duo seems to be during the scene. Several viewers were left scratching their heads after the post-credits stinger’s cliffhanger ending. In a new interview, Holland discusses his role in Let There Be Carnage.
Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man, sat down with Total Film to discuss his recent cameo appearance in the post-credits scenes of Venom: Let There Be Carnage. When asked if Holland’s appearance in Let There Be Carnage is a sign that his Marvel hero will face off against Tom Hardy’s anti-hero, he conceded that he “genuinely don’t know.”
“I genuinely don’t know. It was really exciting to be a part of that film. Obviously, Tom Hardy is one of the greatest actors in the world. I’m happy to say that he’s a lovely bloke. But I haven’t really given it very much thought.”
Tom Holland’s latest comments indicate that Sony’s plan for his Marvel character is still being kept under wraps. This makes sense, given that it could spoil the surprises in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The fact that he’s excited about joining Let There Be Carnage is seen as a positive sign by many.
Tom Hardy has previously advocated for a possible showdown between his Venom and Holland’s Spider-Man for those who don’t know. Even before confirming that Venom has been transferred to the MCU, numerous fans have theorized that Hardy’s Venom is already part of No Way Home. However, Marvel and Sony could be holding off on Venom’s MCU debut until a more appropriate time.
No Way Home’s post-credits sequence could serve as a platform for a potential duel between this character and Holland’s MCU hero. Peter Parker’s mistakes in No Way Home have the potential to alter Spider-Man’s future completely. This is mainly due to the Multiversal complications that will arise. If you assume that Holland will play Venom in the future, it’s safe to say that the character will be an essential part of that future.