Who Becomes The Host For An Alien Parasite Named Venom

  • We break down what the Venom: Let There Be Carnage end credits scene means for Eddie Brock's story and Sony's still upcoming Marvel movies. When it released in 2018, the first Venom movie acted as the launchpad for Sony Pictures' new Marvel universe. The film introduced journalist Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy), who becomes the host for an alien parasite named Venom and together they prevent another symbiote from wrecking havoc on Earth. In the sequel, Eddie and Venom go up against their most famous comics antagonist, Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson) aka. Carnage.


    In terms of what's next for Venom after Let There Be Carnage, Sony hasn't yet confirmed a threequel with the symbiote anti-hero. Although the studio has a number of Marvel projects in the works, the only two with confirmed release dates are Morbius releasing in January 2022 and Kraven the Hunter in January 2023. Fans have long wanted to see Hardy's Venom face off with Tom Holland's Spider-Man, but the latter's involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe under the Marvel Studios umbrella has made such a crossover difficult. However, the Venom: Let There Be Carnage end credits scene has now shed some light on the future for Eddie Brock.


    Venom: Let There Be Carnage only has one post-credits scene, but it's a game-changer not only for Eddie Brock but Sony's entire universe of Marvel movies. Now that the new Sony Marvel film is in theaters, we break down and explain what the Venom sequel's credits scene means. So one last time: SPOILERS ahead for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.


    Eddie Brock Joins The MCU In Venom: Let There Be Carnage's After-Credits Scene


    The biggest revelation of the Venom: Let There Be Carnage credits scene is that Eddie Brock is transported from his own universe to the MCU. This is clearly indicated through the visual of Eddie laying on a bed in what looks to be a dingy rundown hotel room, only for the room around him to change into a much nicer looking one. Eagle-eyed viewers will notice that parts of the room "glitch" in a way that's reminiscent of Sony's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse animated movie, with those glitches indicating a shifting of universes. When the room is done transforming, the news is on the TV and what plays is J. Jonah Jameson's (J.K. Simmons) report about Peter Parker being Spider-Man - with a shot of Holland's character in the Spider-Man suit, though without a mask.


    All this clearly indicates that Venom is now in the MCU - meaning he previously wasn't and has somehow been transported to a different universe. Despite being a Marvel character, Venom wasn't previously set in the MCU because the movies come from Sony Pictures. 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. In 2019, that deal had concluded and there was some uncertainty of whether Spider-Man would continue to be in the MCU. However, the studios ended up reaching a new agreement, and though the specifics are unknown, it was reported to include one solo movie - which will be Spider-Man: No Way Home - and a team-up. It's possible that Venom joining the MCU was also part of the deal, as that would explain why Marvel Studios signed off on the Let There Be Carnage credits scene when they previously reportedly blocked Sony's attempts to establish Venom as being in the MCU. But if that's the case, it has yet to be confirmed. Additionally, how long Venom stays in the MCU remains to be seen.


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    How Did Venom Teleport Through The Multiverse To The MCU?


    The question remains, however, who exactly transported Eddie to the MCU and whether it was intentional or an accident. As revealed in the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, Peter Parker and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) will be messing with the multiverse, and that will have far-reaching consequences. After all, both Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) and Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) from another Spider-Man franchise were clearly teased. Perhaps they could have been transported to the MCU in much the same way as Venom in an accident stemming from the spell Doctor Strange was casting. That would mean Spider-Man and Doctor Strange are responsible for Venom being in the MCU, which is the most likely possibility. That said, it could have just as easily been someone or something else that hasn't been revealed yet. The effects of Doctor Strange's spell gone awry won't be clear until Spider-Man: No Way Home releases and an explanation of how exactly Venom teleported to the MCU may not be revealed until his next appearance. Note: The Project Was Left Behind Once Sony Moved On To Other Projects


    Venom's Universe Isn't The MCU: What This Means For Morbius & Kraven


    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. That said, the inclusion of Michael Keaton's Vulture in the Morbius trailer previously indicated the Jared Leto-starring film could already be set in the MCU. Of course, now that Loki has released, it's possible the Keaton in Morbius is a variant of some kind and Leto's living vampire is still set in a universe separate from the MCU. As for Kraven the Hunter, since little is known about the movie itself, it's incredibly unclear whether it'll be set in the MCU or not. 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. If that remains the case it's possible Holland's Spider-Man will play a key role, but that's yet to be confirmed.


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