Venom: There Will Be Carnage comes this Friday, October 15 to the cinemas of all Spain. The long-awaited sequel to the original 2018 film is this time directed by Andy Serkis and introduces us to Carnage / Matanza as a great antagonist. One of the questions fans ask is whether Venom Belongs to Marvel Cinematic Universe (Disney). The short answer is no; However, this film contains revelations that can expand the answer to the recurring question.
This news contains plot spoilers / spoilers Venom: There will be Carnage. If you haven’t seen the movie, we recommend stopping reading right now.
What Happens at the End of Venom: There Will Be Carnage and Why the Community Is Excited
At the end of Venom: There Will Be Carnage, one of the credits scenes, we see Eddie Brock (Venom) in a hotel room. Suddenly, something strange happens; so strange that on television it appears J.K. Simmons (JJ Jameson) reporting in a news story that Spider-Man It’s Peter Parker. That is, replicating the same information we saw at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) from the UCM. Then we see “that boy”, who is none other than Tom Holland (Peter Parker / Spider-Man).
Therefore, Does this mean that Venom has become part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
The Venom Post-Credit Scene: There Will Be Carnage completely revolutionizes the Marvel Universe, given that it is the first incorporation of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe to Disney’s UCM. Despite the fact that Serkis had indicated before the premiere of the film that both universes were different, this situation opens the doors to everything in the future.
How did Venom end up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
On the one hand, that Holland appears in an eventual Venom 3; or Venom appearing in a fourth Spider-Man movie after Spider-Man: No Way Home. Or what is better: we may not know yet, but it is possible that we see Venom at the end of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
It’s early to tell, the tape opens on December 17 as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Too many possibilities and open doors in an increasingly crowded multiverse. This situation can also occur with Deadpool and the X-Men (from Fox), whose rights now depend on Disney.
The question, first of all, is the following: How did Venom end up in the Spider-Man Universe of the MCU?
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