Marvel’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage made its theatrical debut earlier this year. The movie brought another thrilling experience for Tom Hardy’s Venom. In this new instalment, Brock and his symbiotic friend Venom appear in a one on one against Woody Harrelson’s Carnage. Which explains the title.
However, it was towards the end that the audiences found themselves on the edge of their seats. After the credits rolled, the film displayed an exhilarating scene of Eddie Brock and Venom. The two were seen transporting into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And then the symbiote gets what is potentially his first sneak at Tom Holland’s Peter Parker.
That one tiny glimpse had a slightly larger impact. Because it escalated the anticipation and intrigue revolving around Sony’s expanded universe of films and their plans regarding Spider-Man. Following the long-awaited threequel Spider-Man: No Way Home is Morbius. The film will feature Jared Leto’s Michael Morbius. And the character will be an addition to Marvel Studio’s list of anti-heroes to experiment with.
Recently, Sony Entertainment revealed a new feature for Let There Be Carnage. The footage highlights some really interesting Easter Eggs in the film. And among these, one that particularly catches our eye references both the webhead and bloodsucker.
The latest featurette for Venom: Let There Be Carnage by Sony allows us to take a better look at the walls of Cletus’ cell. And this is where we notice all of its Easter Eggs.
Specifically, Sony focused on a very confusing part of the mural. It was that of a Spider on a web and something that appears to be a bat. This could be a brief mention of Carnage’s connection to Spider-Man and the upcoming Morbius film.
Sony pointed the clue out itself by making a custom graphic for the occasion, as seen above.
The video can be seen in its entirety below:
What exactly does the inclusion of these Easter Eggs mean for the future of the franchise? It could be nothing. Just Sony branding the ownership of its two flagship characters. Because when it comes down to it, Sony Entertainment itself is unaware of the future of its characters. As well as how they move forward in their respective universes.
The upcoming Morbius film has suggested possible connections when it comes to Marvel’s other established cinematic universes. And this has left fans in a frenzy to figure out how the story dominated Jared Leto will impact their most cherished superhero sphere.
With that in mind, it is unbelievably hard to imagine a solo project surrounding Michael Morbius in the MCU. Especially after the move by Sony with Hardy at the end of Let There Be Carnage. Whatever it may be, fans might have to just wait to understand the correlation standing between Sony’s Venom and Morbius and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
Spider-Man: No Way Home releases later this year in theatres on December 17.