Will There Be Spider-Man Hint In ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Trailer?

After being delayed from its October 2020 release, the ‘Venom‘ sequel is slated to come to theaters and perhaps video-on-demand on June 25, 2021, but that is not the latest news that is causing a stir for fans.

Small Screen reports on a rumor, so take it with a grain of salt, that the Sony Pictures sequel ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘ will give a tease a Tom Holland appearance as the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Either in the form of a teaser or in the form of a cameo in the film itself, word on the street is that Peter Parker could make some sort of face-off against his nemesis Venom.

The Andy Serkis directed ‘Venom 2’ will feature Tom Hardy’s return as symbiote host Eddie Brock facing off against the Carnage possessed Cletus Kassidy played by Woody Harrelson. If Spider-Man was to appear, it would perhaps be in a cameo form as Sony Pictures is interested in creating more Spider-Man projects to tie into their properties including Morbius and Venom.

As a longtime Peter Parker fan, I think this needs to happen. Venom, in my opinion, is Spider-Man’s greatest foe and the two of them need to have a proper battle between the two. Tom Holland and Tom Hardy bring out the best qualities and seeing them together after their respective sequels would be awesome.

Check out the initial teaser that Sony Pictures released:

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