WARNING: SPOILERS FOR VENOM LET THERE BE CARNAGE AHEAD. After Eddie Brock and Venom defeated Carnage, the duo took some well earned holiday together. And while chilling in their hotel room watching a cheesy soap opera, Venom started telling Tom Hardy’s journalist about how symbiotes know of other universes.
Suddenly, the hotel room started glitching and transformed into a fancier one when JK Simmons’ J Jonah Jameson appeared on the TV.
This is the same bald Jameson portrayed by Simmons in the end credits scene of MCU movie Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Venom approached the TV when none other than Tom Holland’s Peter Parker appeared on the news.
It’s clear then that Venom has somehow been transported from his Sony universe to Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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This is extremely exciting for Marvel fans given that Spider-Man and Venom clashed in the comics and now will no doubt do so in the MCU.
Of course, the multiverse is now being explored in the Disney franchise and so we wouldn’t be surprised if Hardy’s Venom pops up in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
After all, the film’s first teaser saw Doctor Strange mention the multiverse before Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock from 2004’s Spider-Man 2 appeared and said: “Hello Peter.”
That latter movie is set in another Sony universe like Venom and saw Tobey Maguire portray Spider-Man.
Of course, there’s also Venom 3 to consider. With Hardy’s Eddie now in the MCU does that mean the next Venom movie will be too?
It’s possible, although we’d imagine he’d return to his own Sony universe to battle what may be Stephen Graham’s Toxin.
After all, a piece of Carnage was left with his Detective Patrick Mulligan, who we last saw with glowing blue eyes.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is out now and Spider-Man: No Way Home hits cinemas on December 17, 2021.