After 2018’s Venom, Sony’s Spider-Man Universe geared down, building towards Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s multiversal twist and the Spider-Man: No Way Home post-credits scene, finally introducing the iconic symbiote to the MCU. Although the movies were received poorly (critically speaking), they set new box office records for the comic book movie industry and will be memorable for ages to come.
At CinemaCon 2022, Sony Pictures confirmed that a sequel to Venom: Let There Be Carnage was in development, quite a while after which Tom Hardy shared an image of the screenplay cover, captioned ‘Last Dance’, hinting that it might be the last movie in the Venom franchise.
Variety confirmed that Tom Hardy is set to earn around $20 million for starring as the movie’s lead. He will also serve as a producer for the threequel, alongside Avi Arad, Kelly Marcel, Hutch Parker, Amy Pascal, and Matt Tolmach.
Venom 3 Filming Dates Reportedly Revealed
Industry insider Daniel Richtman shared that Kelly Marcel’s Venom 3 will film from June 2023 to September 2023, in England. He had previously reported that the film would explore the multiverse and feature the character finally fighting arch-nemesis Spider-Man. Even though a portion of Venom is currently (well, not currently because No Way Home ends during December 2024!) in the MCU, we know that countless Spidey-Variants exist in the Multiverse.
Sadly, no official plot details have been shared yet due to how early in development the sequel is as of writing this article. Judging by the events of ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ and the appearance of Venom in No Way Home, it’s safe to assume something big is coming. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know your thoughts on our official MCU news and updates page over at MCU Covered on Twitter.
The third ‘Venom’ film is currently expected to be released in late 2024.