Venom 2 was one of the best films of 2021. The movie was being postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and once it was released, the craze and buzz for the third part had not stopped. But have makers confirmed a threequel for ‘Venom’? Is Venom entering the MCU? Here’s everything you should know about Venom 3.
Venom 3: Have Makers Dropped Any Comments?
Indeed, Andy Serkis was the first to speak anything regarding a potential third installment for the sags of our beloved anti-hero Venom and Eddie Brock. During an interview with CBR, Serkis was asked if he would be willing to return to the Venom franchise in any way for the potential third film.
“Wow, that’s a really surprising question. I’m not sure I can answer all of this, but I can tell you that I had so much fun making the second film. If it works and there is a chance to make another one, of course! It would be incredible to work on something else”.
In December 2021, Amy Pascal, producer of several films dedicated to Spider-Man and now busy with promoting Spider-Man: No Way Home, confirmed to Collider that Venom 3 is indeed on the cards.
“We are in the design phase of Venom 3 at the moment. But first, we are mainly focused on getting everyone to see No Way Home,” said Pascal.
Venom 3: When Will It Release?
Knowing that Venom 3 is currently under talks, we cannot yet determine when it will release in cinemas. The first film was released on October 5, 2018, while Venom: Let There Be Carnage arrived in cinemas on October 14. The release date chosen has, therefore, always fallen in October, which could indicate that a possible Venom 3 is to be placed precisely in this period, most probably in 2023.
Venom 3: What Will Happen Next? Is Venom In MCU?
Here comes the big question, is Venom now a part of MCU? If you haven’t seen the previous movie, we recommend that you skip this paragraph explaining how Venom 2 ends. The film ends with Eddie Brock’s victory over Cletus and Carnage, but the journalist and symbiote duo are now running. So Venom and Eddie decide to travel, running away from the authorities.
In the post-credits scene, we witness a historic moment for the Marvel Universe. The protagonists are in a hotel room, which suddenly changes as if the universe itself had changed too. J. Jonah Jameson appears on TV with his Daily Bugle, talking about Spider-Man’s true identity as Tom Holland’s Peter Parker appears on the screen.
It is unclear where this post-credits scene will lead the Venom story, whether to a Venom 3 or a Spider-Man 4, by promoting the symbiote into the MCU.