Marvel Studios has been busy working on their Spider-Man threequel. Of course, Sony isn’t only banking on one franchise as they expanded other ones based on Spidey’s famous rogue’s gallery. Kraven the Hunter is getting a film in 2023, which has recently added former Quicksilver Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the titular role.
That is not all, as we have the live-action adaptation of Morbius heading our way and the highly-anticipated Venom sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage. We recently got our first look at the latter’s story that’ll see the introduction of Carnage. It looks like Eddie Brock himself, Tom Hardy, had a hand in conceptualizing the sequel. In an interview with Empire, Marcel revealed that:
This is new for him, to get credit but it’s not new for him to be this involved. He’s absolutely 100 per cent committed to everything that he does. He’s married to Venom. He loves this character. He’s very involved in what he thinks should happen.
She continues to get the screenplay credit, but she revealed that most of the story got mapped out alongside Hardy for months before she focused on the script for around three months. Most of their discussions took place over FaceTime, where they would brainstorm and test out ideas. It’s great to see him get this involved, as it also shows his enjoyment of bringing the symbiote to life. He won’t be the only one this time around, as Woody Harrelson will bring Cletus Cassady to life. He’ll become the host for Carnage, who will be the film’s main antagonist. There are rumors of a second trailer heading our way, which may offer more insight into the film’s story.