First-look set images from Sony’s upcoming Spider-Man Universe movie Venom 3, starring Tom Hardy, have surfaced online.
The Venom: Let There Be Carnage sequel is set to begin filming in Los Mateos, Spain today June 26 with these new first-look set images revealing some new details.
First Venom 3 Set Images Revealed
See below for the first batch of images from Venom 3 via a recent tweet with a caption that reads “More images from the filming of ‘VENOM 3’! As I said, everything is full of decoration like the Day of the Dead” when translated to English.
See below for the second batch of images to be posted by the same user with a caption that reads “They send me these photos from the shooting of ‘VENOM 3’! It seems that the city of Cartagena was filled with graffiti in Spanish, since it will represent Mexico. Filming should start tomorrow”.
These first-look images reveal plenty of details from the sets’ environment, along with the same Twitter user stating that “filming should start” today on June 26 just as recently reported online.
One out of the two tweets also states that the set images are seemingly from the city of Cartagena in Spain but will be set in Mexico for the movie.
Another detail noted by the tweets’ captions is that the decoration looks like to be that of Mexico’s “Day of the Dead”.
Day of the Dead Festival Storyline?
The Day of the Dead festival is famously known for being a celebration that lasts for two days where families take the time to remember their loved ones who have passed away to prevent them from being forgotten.
Despite the movie now filming in June, this festival is usually celebrated later in the year during the months of October and November.
So it’s safe to assume that the first batch of filming will be specifically set during this time period, however, it’s unclear what year it will be set in.
Tom Hardy will be reprising his role as Marvel’s Eddie Brock aka the iconic Spider-Man spinoff character while also serving as the voice for Venom.
Sony’s Venom 3 is currently expected to release in October of 2024.