Sony has finally announced Venom 3 after Tom Hardy’s anti-hero made a quick trip to the MCU.
The threequel was hinted at CinemaCon on April 25, 2022, with the unveiling of the logo, just months after producer Amy Pascal stated the film was in the “planning phases” around the time Spider-Man: No Way Home was released.
It’s unclear whether Andy Serkis, who directed Venom: Let There Be Carnage, will return to film the threequel. However, he has already stated that he would be willing to participate: “Of course, I mean it. It’s a fantastic universe to explore.”
While we wait for more information, here’s everything you need to know about Venom 3.
Venom 3 Release Date
As previously stated, Venom 3 has been confirmed, but no official release date has been set. Sony has revealed the release dates of Kraven the Hunter (January 13, 2023), Madame Web (July 7, 2023), and El Muerto (January 12, 2024) for its Spider-Man world.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be released on June 2, 2023, followed by Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse on March 29, 2024.
According to Digital Spy, If Venom 3 begins production in 2022, the threequel might arrive in theatres in 2024, possibly in October 2024, as the previous two films were released in October 2018 and October 2021, respectively.
The Cast of Venom 3
There haven’t been any definite cast announcements for Venom 3, but we know Tom Hardy will return as Eddie Brock and his alien partner Venom.
Hardy announced in August 2018 that he had signed up for three films, which we assume will be Venom sequels. Even if it includes his brief cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Home, we’d be astonished if Hardy didn’t return in the third film.
It’s more difficult to predict who else may return, but we might see Stephen Graham‘s Patrick Mulligan again. He survived the sequel despite being hung up by the neck with a chain and suffering what appeared to be a major spinal damage.
He’ll very certainly be playing Toxin, given his final moments on TV showed him with blue glowing eyes rambling about monsters. The actor stayed mum, but did indicate that “there is a potential that may be explored in the future.”
It’s unknown whether Michelle Williams will reprise her roles as Ann and She-Venom, but we can only hope. Williams didn’t get any further screen time as She-Venom in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, despite expressing interest in doing so.
A third film might provide her more opportunities to play that role, along with her occasionally reluctant fiancé Dan Lewis (Reid Scott). We can’t envision Ann returning without Dan because the marriage appears to be fairly stable.
We expect to see more of Peggy Lu as Mrs. Chen, the owner of the local convenience store, even if Venom and Eddie conclude the film on the run.
In terms of the unlikely return, we can’t see Woody Harrelson reprising his role as Cletus Kasady/Carnage, given that the film ended with Venom eating his head off.
Similarly, a return for Naomie Harris would be unusual considering Shriek’s death at the hands of falling rubble and a gigantic church bell… but never say never.
The Plot of Venom 3
Aside from the fact that Eddie Brock is now a wanted man, we have no idea what the threequel might have in store for him and Venom.
Of course, the question of whether he’ll finally face Spider-Man remains, and it may happen in the next film. Eddie/Venom was briefly transported to the MCU in No Way Home, but at the end of the film, he was back in his own realm.
With the multiverse now in play in the MCU and Morbius including its own MCU crossover, nothing is off the table.
Both Sony and Marvel’s creative teams appear eager to make it happen, while Marvel’s Kevin Feige hinted that it wasn’t up to him, adding “I believe it is up to Sony. Sony has both of those characters as well as Venom in their universe.”
He went on to say that “it seems likely at some point,” and that point could be the third film. Serkis remarked ahead of Let There Be Carnage, “of course it’s going to happen,” and Hardy has also been vociferous about making it happen.
“I don’t see why it couldn’t be done if both parties are willing and it benefits both parties. I hope and joyfully push, with both hands, towards that potential, and would do anything to make that happen, within the bounds of what is right in business “He stated.
“But it would be silly not to aim for the Olympics if you were running the 100m, so yeah! I would like to play on that field.”
Similarly, Morbius’ credit scene hinted at a potential Sinister Six team-up in this realm, so Venom may be drawn into that in the third film. Anything is conceivable right now.
Venom 3 Trailer: Is There a Venom 3 Trailer?
As of this writing, there is no trailer for Venom 3. Sony revealed that Venom 3 would begin production in late April 2022, thus we can expect the final release date and trailer around late 2023 to early 2024. In the meantime, you can view the Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer again here:
Frequently Asked Questions
Where Can I Watch Venom 3?
Venom 3 will be released in theatres near you first. After the theatrical window has closed, we may be able to view the film on streaming services such as HBO Max.
Who Directed and Wrote Venom: Let There Be Carnage?
Andy Serkis directed the film, which was based on a tale she developed with Tom Hardy, who plays Eddie Brock and Venom alongside Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Reid Scott, Stephen Graham, and Woody Harrelson.
What is the Duration of Venom: Let There Be Carnage?
The duration of venom: let there be change is 1 hour 37 minutes.
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