Venom 2 was originally scheduled for release in October 2018, but the game’s release date has been pushed back to 2019. The reason is because of Spider-Man 3: No Way Home, which is set to be released on November 6th.
The will there be a venom 2 is a question that has been asked for years. It was announced on the Venom Facebook page that the release date has been delayed because of Spider-Man 3: No Way Home.
The release date for Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage has been pushed back even more, according to a source, because to Spider-Man 3: No Way Home.
Venom 2, Let There Be Carnage, featuring the other Tom (Hardy), has been postponed once more, according to many sources, including our pals at SMALL-SCREEN.CO.UK. It has everything to do, according to our source, with the impending finale of the Disney/Marvel Spider-Man films.
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Tom Holland will make a brief appearance in Sony’s Venom sequel, according to reports. Because Marvel/Disney head Kevin Feige didn’t want the Sony world to clash with his own, Holland’s Peter Parker was originally removed from the first Venom film.
The agreement fell apart soon after Disney ordered Sony to remove Tom Holland’s appearance from Venom. Disney not only required that Sony have no creative influence or connection to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but they also wanted a lot more for the picture, despite the fact that they could only produce Spider-Man movies because Sony agreed to give them the license.
To hint a crossover, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will appear in a post-credit sequence in Venom 2.
Following a little spat, Sony and Disney returned to the negotiation table and came to an agreement that included additional money for Disney as well as a promised Spider-Man and Venom crossover.
Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage, according to a Disney insider, will lay the scene for a crossover that will culminate with Holland’s Spider-Man in the Sony-Marvel world.
The next Spider-Man film, according to our insider, will explain how Marvel’s Peter Parker gets himself in Sony’s world… It also has a lot to do with the multiverse.
The release of Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage has been postponed till October.
Peter Parker will be transported via portals to go to various universes in order to locate a live alternate version of his fallen mentor Tony Stark, dubbed Iron Man, at the conclusion of Spider-Man 3: No Way Home. Spidey’s scheme, however, goes wrong, and he is sent to the Venom world.
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will appear in the third, final, and presently unnamed Venom film, in which he will square battle against Eddie Brock/Venom in the Sony Universe.
According to the source, this is why Sony has postponed the release of Venom 2 once more; they want everything to coincide with Spider-Man 3: No Way Home.
Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage will now be released on October 14th, only two months before Spider-Man 3: No Way Home reaches theaters worldwide, according to Variety.
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Is Spider-Man: No Way Home getting delayed?
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