How Did Venom Teleport Through The Multiverse To The MCU? Venom fight in an upcoming movie. Peter and Miles could need to track a series of murders, leading to a neat boss fight with Carnage at the end. The Crimson suit gives Miles a more athletic look. Secret Keeper: Miles gets his identity exposed as Spider-Man when he’s brought home beaten up in his suit, spider man suit and he has to explain that he’s Spider-Man to his mom since she’s at home. Spider-Man is my all-time favorite superhero. The studio had struck a deal with Marvel Studios and its parent company Disney prior to Captain America: Civil War to lend out Spider-Man so that the beloved superhero could appear in the MCU. When it released in 2018, the first Venom movie acted as the launchpad for Sony Pictures’ new Marvel universe. He joined Screen Rant in late 2016 following a year-long stint with MCU Exchange, which came after first developing an MCU blog of his own. He graduated college in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Media & Public Communication, with a minor in Media Production. After returning from Berlin, Tony Stark allowed Peter Parker to keep the suit, although he advised the young hero not do anything he would or would not do and to remain on the ground, a tip which Parker accepted.
Spider-Man beats Shocker but decides to keep the seismic blaster to upgrade his webbing. Mosheeno is one artist who takes inspiration from other popular franchises/characters to design special suits that give Spider-Man a completely new look. Spider-Man’s original costume has been fine-tuned over the years but at its roots, the basic design has remained the same. On Reddit, user LordGetsuga pointed out how The Spectacular Spider-Man cartoon had the Symbiote costume’s design change as it took over Peter’s mind. In terms of what the Venom: Let There Be Carnage credits scene means for Eddie Brock’s future, the symbiote’s reaction to seeing Peter Parker in his Spider-Man suit clearly sets up a conflict between the characters. The only hint came when Hardy was spotted wearing a No Way Home logo hat, which are typically given out to people who work on a film, indicating he may have shot a scene or scenes for the movie.
As Captain Stacy held off the Lizard, Peter climbed to the device the Lizard was using and planned to install the healing DNA that Captain Stacy had given to him. This includes Doc Ock, Green Goblin, Electro, Sandman, and The Lizard, with rumors of many others. Many classic characters got a redesign and Green Goblin was one of them and it was pretty bad. After all, both Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) and Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) from another Spider-Man franchise were clearly teased. That would mean Spider-Man and Doctor Strange are responsible for Venom being in the MCU, which is the most likely possibility. Since Venom is transported to the MCU, that revelation confirms Eddie Brock’s home universe is completely separate to the events that have happened in Marvel Studios’ franchise. As of now, Venom is the only character confirmed to have moved from that universe to the MCU, which means it’s unknown whether other characters expected to be in Sony’s Marvel universe exist in the MCU or separately. Venom’s MCU future beyond that is unclear, as it is unknown what Sony and Marvel Studios have decided to do. In any case, Venom’s MCU future after Venom: Let There Be Carnage should become more apparent as more time passes.
Venom’s history before meeting Eddie is somewhat of a mystery across both movies about the Marvel character. All told, there are quite a few revelations in the Venom: Let There Be Carnage after-credits scene and they set up an exciting future for Eddie Brock, the MCU and Sony’s Marvel movies. And that separate universe may be where all of Sony’s Marvel movies take place. While normally, we prefer the movies to stick to their own designs for suits instead of rehashing suit designs from the past, there is no denying that it would have been a pleasure to see the original Iron Spider suit from the comics appear in Infinity War. In the sequel, Eddie and Venom go up against their most famous comics antagonist, Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) aka. At one point in the movie’s development, it was reported to be based on Kraven’s Last Hunt, a comics storyline that sees Kraven hunting Spider-Man.