Although Marvel Studios and Sony have an agreement so that Spider-Man can appear in the Avengers movies, it is still not entirely clear what the situation of the rest of the characters in the wall-crawler universe is.
Sony is currently developing Venom: Let There Be Carnage movie on its own focused on Spider-Man antagonists, such as the second part of Venom with Tom Hardy, the Morbius starring Jared Leto or the already announced Kraven the Hunter that will be played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
However, there are still many doubts about whether these characters will be able to appear alongside Marvel heroes, or at least alongside Peter Paker. An issue that worries many of the fans of the House of Ideas and on which the president of Marvel Studios has spoken.
Kevin Feige has pointed out during an interview with Rotten Tomatoes that the door to a meeting between Spider-Man and Venom may be open. “Obviously, I do not want to talk about rumors or speculation about what could or could not happen in regards to the characters that Marvel Studios has not yet brought to the screen,” Feige stated before noting that “after 20 Years at Marvel wouldn’t rule out anything, “he said.
The president of the study affirmed that “when, how and where remains to be seen” and that “any rumor that is read on the internet” could end up being real.
The next time that fans will be able to enjoy Venom on the big screen will be with the premiere of his second film entitled There will be slaughter, in which the character played by Tom Hardy will have to face Carnage, the symbiote played by Woody Harrelson. The film will hit theaters at the end of September this year, although in Spain we will have to wait until October 8.