Venom's Post-Credit Scene Surprisingly Features Spiderman
by Meenakshi | Fri, 01 Oct 2021 11:25:49 GMT
Source: The Direct

Sony Pictures Venom: Let There Be Carnage has a shocking credit scene that might just open unlimited possibilities for the studio in the future. Let me give a spoiler warning for the fans and followers. At the start of the post-credit scene, fans get to see Eddie and Venom in a hotel room watching a television resting in bed, after which the alien symbiote reveals a secret that "80 billion light-years of hive knowledge across universes would explode your tiny little brain," the gnarled voice of Venom says, offering his human host a taste of "just the smallest fraction of the things we symbiotes have experienced." 

Things turn around as the room changes, implying that the duo is now in another universe. Later on, J Jonah Jameson is seen exposing Peter Parker, aka Spiderman, on television. In the end, Eddie merges with Venom Licking Spiderman's face on the television.

Prior to the official release of the film, director Andy Serkis already confirmed the possibility of Spiderman and Venom crossover but he did not reveal that it could happen so soon.

He said "Everyone wants to know when Venom is going to meet Spider-Man, personally, it's not going to happen," Serkis said. "I'm kidding. It's going to happen, the question is when. We don't want to rush it."

Recently, the leading actor of the superhero film Tom Hardy while promoting the Venom: Let There Be Carnage film in an interview revealed the secrets behind his voice as Bane.

He said, "That was actually a really cool choice that Chris [Nolan] made. Bane quintessentially is Latinx in origin...and I’m not. So I looked at the concept of Latin and found a man called Bartley Gorman, who’s a Romany gypsy. The king of the gypsies, in inverted commas, is a bare-knuckle fighter and a boxer. And he said [doing Bane-like voice], “When I get into a ring with a man, and we want to wipe you off the face of the Earth, and he wants to kill me.” And I was like this is great. And I showed Chris. I said Chris, we can either go down a sort of arch Darth Vader route, straight just neutral tone villain voice, or we could try this. And this I’ve been thinking of just in case we’ve got to consider the roots and origins of Bane. But we could get laughed out of the part of it, it might be something that we regret, but it’s your choice ultimately. He says, no I think we’ll go with it. And that was that. And we played with it and made it a bit more fluid, and now people love it [laughs]."

Source: ScreenGreek

Last week in a similar interview he revealed that Venom 2 was initially being considered for an R-rating before it ended up with a PG-13 rating.

The actor said, "With all of these symbiotes, you know, you consider it. You read the comic books and it is extreme, but that's not what we're here to do. We came here to make a movie which, and correct me if I'm wrong, I mean, there's a law and a rule into creating a movie that's accessible to a lot of people, as well as that caters for everybody, including the hardcore fans. So I hope the hardcore fans at least take home that they look at Carnage and go, 'Yeah, I recognize Carnage from the comic books. I'm happy with that.' And yeah, no, we didn't bite everybody's head off, but we did stick a tongue down someone's throat pretty... and managed to come in at a level of rating which is reputable so that grandma can come but also I'll come watch it too."

Sony Pictures Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released in theaters on 15th October 2021.

The cast includes superstars such as Michelle Williams as Anne Weying, Naomie Harris as Frances Barrison, Stephen Graham as Mulligan, Tom Hardy as Venom also known as Eddie Brock, Reid Scott as Dan Lewis and Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady also known as Carnage.

Director Andy Serkis will next be seen leading the adaptation of George Orwell's Animal Farm. He revealed the information saying Animal Farm is the next he is looking forward to.

The English actor said, "I've got a whole bunch of movies that are kind of in development, but what comes up, likely, [will be] Animal Farm, I think is probably the next thing that I'm doing. George Orwell's Animal Farm. That is actually currently in the early works of being developed into a movie."

Serkis will next be seen as another superhero but as an actor playing the role of Batman's mentor Alfred in Matt Reeves' The Batman, which is inspired by Detective Comics.