Sony is already thinking of a Spider-Man vs. Venom
Is another cinematic universe of superheroes and villains underway?
Tom Holland against Tom Hardy? In the cinematic universe of superheroes and villains, the battle between the two would be equivalent to seeing Spider-Man against Venom, one of the main enemies of the wall-crawler. Sony is the one that still owns the rights to the cinema of the iconic spider-man, although it has agreed with Disney so that it could appear in the official UCM of Marvel Studios, and apparently, it does not rule out a future project with its two-star characters from the franchise.
Not long ago we could see the first trailer of the second solo film of the symbiote, Venom: There will be Carnage (and therewith Tom Hardy facing Woody Harrelson), but the possibilities that a possible meeting between the two mentioned titans would offer makes the executives of Sony are rubbing their hands and seriously planning a crossover, according to sources consulted by Giant Freakin Robot.
Taking into account that next Christmas Spider-Man, Sin Camino a casa will be released and that it will enter us into a plot of multiverses, the idea no longer seems so far-fetched, as it would open the doors to options that Sony does not have right now. For example, in his agreement with Disney, he does not allow Tom Holland’s Spider-Man or other references to the MCU to appear in the various spin-offs or solo films he makes of other characters outside of Spider-Man.
For now, Venom: There Will Be Carnage is scheduled to premiere on October 8, Spider-Man: No Way Home on December 17 and, let’s not forget, the vampire Morbius with Jared Leto (another Marvel character in the hands of Sony) on January 28, 2022.