Sony’s Amy Pascal Confirms ‘Venom 3’ Is In Early Development

Sony’s Amy Pascal Confirms ‘Venom 3’ Is In Early Development

Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock and his symbiote Venom will conclude the trilogy! Sony’s Amy Pascal revealed that the third installment of Venom is in early development. Of course, they are going one thing at a time. Release of Spider-Man: No Way Home is now a priority. In a recent interview with Collider, Pascal revealed:

“We are in the planning stages right now but what we are focused on is getting everybody to come and see No Way Home.”

Amy Pascal for Collider

Well Pascal, about that second part of the sentence, mission already accomplished, don’t worry.

In Venom, Tom Hardy plays Eddie Brock, a reporter that got in touch with an alien symbiote called Venom. Eddie and Venom have one thing in common, they’re both losers on their native planets. Their words, not mine. Together, they form a unique and rather complicated relationship, and they also fight crime in San Francisco. Hardy played the role for the first time in 2018, and the sequel Let There Be Carnage was released last October. Although both movies received mixed reviews, they were still box-office successes, so, naturally, a third one is one the way.

Considering the post-credit scene of Let There Be Carnage, now fans are wondering. Is Venom 3 in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, or MCU, or both? Opening the gates of the Multiverse in No Way Home will probably give us a clear image of Marvel’s concept of the Multiverse. There are some theories that Venom might be the sixth villain in NWH. Five villains were announced so far, and there’s one secret villain that will finish the assembling of the Sinister Six.

Venom 3 is in early development. Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released on December 17, 2021.

“These things come in threes. If there’s going to be a new one – and they depend heavily on the success of each individual one, so you can’t count on them ever happening again – every one has got to be as if it was the last one. But I think it’s really important, if you go into something, thinking that one, two and three are the same. The same story, the same film. So that you don’t surprise yourself by being caught out by suddenly having to do a third from nowhere. There’s got to be some continuity into a third and fourth and fifth, and if somebody says ‘no’, that’s fine. Let it go, and you move on to something else.”

Tom Hardy for Digital Spy