Marvel Studios plans to include Venom in their films

In 2018 they released the first solo Venom movie and it was a tremendous success, grossing more than $ 856 million. It also started a cinematic universe apart from the UCM where we can include characters like Morbius, Kraven or Spider-Woman. All of them belong to SONY, like Spider-Man, although they have reached an agreement with Marvel Studios to be able to share the great hero played by Tom Holland.

Right before Venom was released there were many rumors about Tom Holland’s Spider-man involvement in the movie, but in the end he Venom: Let There Be Carnage movie was nowhere to be seen. Now, they have wanted to nip the rumors in the bud and director Andy Serkis has already commented that we will not see Peter Parker in the sequel that will arrive this year. However, that does not mean that Venom can make the jump to Marvel Studios at some point, at least that can be deduced from the words of the head of the study, Kevin Feige, when asked about the symbiote.

“Obviously, I don’t want to talk about rumors or speculation about what could and could not happen in regards to the characters that Marvel Studios has yet to bring to the screen.” Kevin Feige said. “But I will say what I said, that after being with Marvel for 20 years he would not rule anything out. He wouldn’t rule out anything completely. When, how and where remains to be seen. Any rumor you read online could happen anytime between tomorrow and never. ”

Spider-Man: No Road Home will be released at the end of 2021 and they have already confirmed that we will be able to see some classic villains from the comics, but for now Venom does not enter the plans. Although in Doctor Strange and the multiverse of madness (2022) anything could happen, since there will be different realities with versions of the most well-known characters. So if Marvel Studios plans to bring the symbiote to its Cinematic Universe it might be the perfect time.

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