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Venom 3 Possible Release and Story

After taking a quick trip into the MCU for Tom Hardy’s anti-hero, Sony has finally confirmed Venom 3.

The threequel was signaled with the unveiling of the logo at CinemaCon on April 25, 2022, with producer Amy Pascal stating that the film was in “planning stages” at the time of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s release.

It is unclear whether Andy Serkis, who directed Venom: Let There Be Carnage, will return to direct the third installment. He has already said that he would be ready to participate: “Yes, without a doubt. It’s a fantastic universe to explore.”

While we await more details, here’s what you need to know about the Venom 3.

When will Venom 3 release in theatres?

As stated earlier, Venom 3 has been confirmed, but no official release date has been set.

As Craven the Hunter (January 13, 2023), Madame Webb (July 7, 2023) and El Muerto (January 12, 2024) have already confirmed, Sony has a few years ahead with the Spider-Man universe.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be released on June 2, 2023, while Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse will be released on March 29, 2024.

If production of Venom 3 begins in 2022, the threequel could hit theaters in 2024, possibly in October 2024, as the previous two films were released in October 2018 and October 2021, respectively.

At the moment, we can only speculate, so stay tuned for more details on its release date.

Who will reprise their roles in Venom 3?

We don’t have a definitive cast member for Venom 3, but we do know that Tom Hardy will be reprising his role as Eddie Brock and his alien sidekick Venom.

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Hardy revealed in August 2018 that he had signed up for three films, all of which we believe are Venom films. We’d be surprised if Hardy doesn’t return in the third film, even if it includes his brief appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

It’s hard to predict who else might be back, but Stephen Graham’s Patrick Mulligan could be back. After hitting the neck with a chainsaw and a serious spinal injury, he somehow survived the sequel.

He would almost certainly be playing Toxin, watching his final minutes on TV watching him talk about demons with blue glowing eyes. The actor kept his mouth shut, but indicated that “this may be investigated in the future.”

It’s unknown whether Michelle Williams will reprise her roles as Ann and She-Venom, but we can only hope. Williams got no more screen time as She-Venom in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, despite expressing interest in doing so.

A third film, with the sometimes reluctant fiancé Dan Lewis, may provide more opportunities to explore her (Reed Scott). We can’t imagine Ann returning without Dan as the marriage seems pretty stable.

We hope to see more of Peggy Lu as Mrs. Chen, the owner of the local convenience store, even as Venom and Eddie end the film on the run.

We can’t see Woody Harrelson reprising his role as Cletus Cassady/Carnage, given that the movie ended with Venom eating his head.

Likewise, given Shriek’s death due to falling debris and a giant church bell, it would be strange for Naomi Harris to return… but never say never.

At this point, no narrative information has been revealed for the third volume of the “Venom” trilogy. However, there is some foreshadowing of where Venom and Eddie will go next.

Eddie and his symbiotic partner are inexplicably shifted to the main Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline, inhabited by Tom Holland’s Spider-Man during the mid-credits stinger for “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”.

While it’s clear that Venom and Spider-Man will cross paths in the future, especially with this multiple twist — as “Let There Be Carnage” director Andy Serkis confirmed, “of course it’s going to happen” — It is unclear whether this will happen in “Venom 3”, the fourth “Spider-Man” film, or a separate “Spider-Man vs. Venom” crossover film.

Whether Venom and Spider-Man collide in “Venom 3” is still unknown which narrative aspects of the previous “Venom” film will be revisited in their next solo tour.

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The apparent death of Carnage, Venom’s comic book arch enemy, is a major plot point. Meanwhile, the film establishes Stephen Graham as a major antagonist, although it is uncertain whether he will become Toxin, as in the comics, as the film suggests a different approach.

There is also the possibility that Nul, the King of Black and the creator of all symbiosis, will come to Earth. However for the time being this is just a guess.

What will happen in the third installment of Venom?

Other than the fact that Eddie Brock is now a wanted man, we have no idea what could be in store for him and Venom in the threequel. At this point, no narrative information has been revealed for the third volume of the “Venom” trilogy. However, there is some foreshadowing of where Venom and Eddie will go next.

Eddie and his symbiotic partner are inexplicably shifted to the main Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline, inhabited by Tom Holland’s Spider-Man during the mid-credits stinger for “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”.

This occurs shortly after the symbiote mentions being aware of different realities, implying that the next hero’s film could be a multiverse adventure, similar to the upcoming Marvel films such as “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of the Multiverse of the Multiverse of Madness.”

While it’s clear that Venom and Spider-Man will cross paths in the future, especially with this multiple twist — as “Let There Be Carnage” director Andy Serkis confirmed, “of course it’s going to happen” — It is unclear whether this will happen in “Venom 3”, the fourth “Spider-Man” film, or a separate “Spider-Man vs. Venom” crossover film.

Whether Venom and Spider-Man collide in “Venom 3” is still unknown which narrative aspects of the previous “Venom” film will be revisited in their next solo tour.

The apparent death of Carnage, Venom’s comic book arch enemy, is a major plot point. Meanwhile, the film establishes Stephen Graham as a major antagonist, although it is uncertain whether he will become Toxin, as in the comics, as the film suggests a different approach.

There is also the possibility that Nul, the King of Black and the creator of all symbiosis, will come to Earth. However for the time being it is just a guess.

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Of course, it remains a mystery whether he will eventually face Spider-Man, and it’s possible that it will happen in the next film. Eddie/Venom is momentarily taken to the MCU at No Way Home, but he is soon back in his realm.

You can’t rule out anything because the MCU has incorporated the multiverse and Morbius has its own MCU crossover.

Both Sony and Marvel’s creative teams are eager to do the same, while Marvel’s Kevin Feige indicated that it was not up to him, “I believe it is most likely up to Sony. Along with the characters, Venom also owns it.

He further added that “it feels plausible at times,” which could be the third film. “Of course it’s going to happen,” Serkis declared before Let There Be Carnage, and Hardy is adamant to do the same.

“I don’t see why it can’t be done if both parties are willing and it benefits both parties. I hope and happily strive towards that possibility with both hands, and I am a fan of corporate ethics.” will do anything to do so within limits” he added

“But if you’re running 100 meters, it would be insane not to aim for the Olympics, so go for it! I’d love to play on that ground.”

With his credits scene, Morbius establishes a possible Sinister Six team-up in this universe, so Venom can be drawn into it in the third film. Anything can be imagined now.

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