Producer Amy Pascal says Venom 3 in early planning stages at Sony

Venom 3 with Tom Hardy is in the early stages, but for now, the producers at Sony want fans to gather to see the new Spider-Man movie.

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Fans got a little update on when they can expect Tom Hardy’s Venom 3 to roll. Sony producer Amy Pascal talked about the upcoming Venom movie, note that the focus right now is NSpider-Man: No Way Home.

However, the most interesting thing here is that the Sony representative is the one who comes up with a movie co-produced by Disney Spiderman film as the main focus. For those who remember, Disney and Sony had a very long dispute over screen rights to the character until they reached a new co-production agreement. Other MCUs Spiderman movies that have the participation of Tom Holland.


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Speaking to Collider, Sony executive Pascal said, “We’re in the planning stages right now but what we’re focused on is getting people to come see No Way Home.” She also followed up by saying that it is too early to talk about what to expect from a third Venom movie. Recent release Venom: Let There Be Carnage sets the stage for various possibilities for another film, which many consider a symbiote named Toxin, who was teased over the character of Detective Mulligan. Another possible plot is the inevitable meeting between Hardy’s Venom and Holland’s Spider-Man.


Another interesting note to add is that Andy Serkis spoke to Metro about whether he will return to direct the third season. Venom movie. “I mean, of course. It’s a great world to play in. And I’m sure there will be, I definitely will,” he said of the possibility of other plans. Venom film about his background. “Well, hopefully…. I don’t want to count our chickens. But of course. It’s a fun world to play in.” This is very good news as many believe that the director was able to improve upon the already solid foundation from the first film.

Now it looks like Sony and Marvel Studios are in an even better place, as they begin to combine the two properties by letting Sony villains enter the world of the Disney-owned MCU. Eg, Michael Keaton is said to shoot more Vulture scenes because of his appearance in Morbius movie.

Because it’s clear that Venom is getting another sequel, which means the movie has to meet some of the standards the company has for the franchise’s second theatrical release. At one point, it wasn’t clear if it made half of the first in terms of box office revenue due to lower theater attendance, but Venom 2 ended up working relatively well.

Venom: Let There Be Carnage Now available on Blu-Ray and digital.

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The source: Collider, Metro

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