In a week Venom: Let There Be Carnage will hit US theaters, and with it Sony’s cinematic universe of Spider-Man villains continues to expand. Next year we will have Morbius, and somehow that film will connect with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or at least with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man (Spider-Man: Far From Home – 82%, Avengers: Infinity War – 79%, The Impossible – 81%), because as we saw in the first trailer of Morbius, Michael Keaton appears (Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) – 91%, Beetlejuice, the super ghost – 81% Hunger for Power – 83%) as Vulture, the character he gave life to in Spider-Man: Homecoming – 92%.
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Fans know that the villains of Spider-Man are united in a team known as The Sinister Six, and in the past Sony wanted to make a movie of these set in the universe of The amazing Spiderman, but those plans were canceled and an alliance with Marvel Studios emerged. At the moment we don’t know exactly how Venom will reunite with Spider-Man, but some creatives related to the Venom movies have suggested it.
Now, Anthony D’Alessandro, a Deadline reporter, seems to have revealed a lot about Sony’s future plans, which include not just the Venom / Spider-Man crossover, but a Sinister Six movie. This is what he said to the Hero Nation podcast (via Comic Book):
Sony always kept, out of the new Spider-Man stuff they’re doing with Disney / MCU, Sony always kept their Marvel stuff separate, with this Venom (the upcoming Let There Be Carnage) actually connecting to the Spider-universe- Man they are setting up with Disney / MCU. I know one of his long-term goals is to do The Sinister Six, and that’s the kind of project we’re all waiting for, his version of the bad guys from the Spider-Man (universe).
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Whether or not this information is true, all fans are looking forward to the release of Spider-Man: No Road Home, a film that is supposed to bring Tobey Maguire back (The Master Play – 72%, The Great Gatsby – 48% , Crazy Weekend – 25%) and Andrew Garfield (To the Last Man – 86%, Social Network – 96%, A Reason To Live – 67%) actors who played Spider-Man in two different sagas. Rumors about the return of the two began to spread on social networks for a year, and every so often a track appeared that gave more credibility to the rumors.
As we already dedicated an entire article with the evidence that Maguire and Garfield will be in Spider-Man: No Way Home, we will limit ourselves to mentioning that the first trailer of the film confirmed that Alfred Molina (Spider-Man 2 – 93%, Frida – 76%, Beautiful Revenge – 90%) is back as Doctor Octopus, the character he played in Spider man 2, and the unmistakable laugh of Willem Dafoe (The Last Temptation of Christ – 82%, Born on July 4 – 90%, Antichrist – 70%) as the Green Goblin confirmed to us that the villain of Spider-Man – 89% will also return.
The excitement of the fans is through the skies, and despite the fact that Marvel disappointed us with WandaVision – 95% and the appearance of Evan Peters as Quicksilver, in the case of Spider-Man: No Way Home, there are good reasons to hope that fans’ wishes will come true. The multiverse is no longer a lie invented by Mysterio as in Spider-Man: Far From Home – 82%, thanks to the Loki series – 96% finally witnessed the rise of the multiverse, and in the introduction to the animated series What If …? – 84% (which is part of the canon) it is said that there are “Infinite possibilities”, and infinity is a very large number where the universes of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.
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