Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer stars Tom Hardy
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WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD FOR VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE. Venom: Let There Be Carnage ended with Tom Hardy’s Venom defeating Woody Harrelson’s Carnage. However, the villainous symbiote, who was an offspring of Venom, may not be entirely dead.
During the final battle, Stephen Graham’s cop Patrick Mulligan ended up with a piece of Carnage in him, just as Carnage was a piece of Venom.
The last we saw of Mulligan was him lying on the cathedral rafters with his eyes glowing bright blue.
Now in Marvel comics, this character becomes Toxin, another huge symbiote who is the offspring of Carnage.
Just as Riot was Venom’s nemesis in the first movie and Carnage in the second, presumably it will be Toxin in Venom 3?
After all, why would the camera linger on Mulligan’s blue eyes if this wasn’t the case?
In the comics, Venom and Carnage actually teamed up to destroy Toxin, although Carnage is dead in the movies – for now at least.
But as Inverse point out, who’s to say he’ll be a villain? Since Mulligan’s a cop maybe Toxin will we be a good guy?
Although where Venom 3 will take place in the Marvel multiverse is quite the question given Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s end credits scene.
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After Eddie Brock and Venom defeated Carnage, the pair took some well earned holiday together in some tropical location.
And while lying on the bed in their hotel room watching a cheesy soap opera, Venom started telling Tom Hardy’s journalist about how symbiotes know of other universes.
Suddenly, the room started glitching and was transformed into a nicer one when JK Simmons’ J Jonah Jameson appeared on the TV.
This is the same version of the Daily Bugle editor portrayed by Simmons in the end credits scene of MCU movie Spider-Man: Far From Home.
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Venom then approached the TV when Tom Holland’s Peter Parker appeared on the news.
It’s clear then that Venom has somehow been transported from his Sony universe to Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Presumably he will now feature in Spider-Man: No Way Home in what is heavily rumoured to be a multiverse movie. And no doubt after that Venom 3 will be next on the agenda.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is out now and Spider-Man: No Way Home hits cinemas on December 17, 2021.
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