For three days, Eddie Brock has had to grapple not only with Venom, but also with the dangerous super villain Carnage. At least in the local cinemas, because it’s running in North America, Canada, Russia and the Ukraine Venom: Let There Be Carnage after all, for three weeks.

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The film has already achieved impressive success and broke the pandemic record in a very short time. But fans should not have been amazed at the box office results, but above all at the after-credit scene. That’s where Venom unexpectedly stumbled
in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, more precisely in Peter Parker’s hometown New York.

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The reference to Spider-Man and no other superhero was also so explicit because J. Jonah Jameson, the infamous reporter with the Spider-Man fetish, appeared in the scene on television. So the signs for a cross-over between the two characters should be more than good. Why else would you bother shipping Venom into the MCU?

Marvel boss Kevin Feige has not made any promises, reported Hollywood Reporter but that the scene was created from a collaboration with the team of the new Spider-Man film: “There was a lot of coordination […] between Sony and Marvel as well as the Venom team and the No Way Home team. We worked on it together. ”

Whether we will see Eddie Brock and Venom in the third Spider-Man film “No Way Home”, which is soon to be released, or whether we will make our own film for the meeting of the two is still in the stars. In any case, fans should be pleased that a crossover of the two is now visible on the horizon.

Those: Hollywood Reporter

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