Spider-Man found a comfy home in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but that didn’t stop Sony from slowly building their own. 2018’s Venom was their first foray that will soon get a continuation in Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Of course, as Sony finally gave their franchise a name, it opened up the question of Spider-Man will interact with these characters. Morbius offered a glimpse at a connected universe with the appearance of Michael Keaton‘s Vulture, but there hasn’t been much on that since.
Well, it seems the director of the Venom sequel, Andy Serkis, is pretty sure that it’s going to happen at some point in the future. He discussed the eventual fight between the long-time comic adversaries in an interview with IGN during the film’s premiere.
Look, that’s the question on everyone’s lips. They want to know if Venom is gonna meet Spider-Man, but personally, it’s never gonna happen. I’m only joking, of course, it’s gonna happen. But, I think there’s so much. Look, it depends when you want to get there, and also, what the appetite is. If people want more Venom stories, then, to jump straight to Spider-Man, you could be missing out on so many great supervillain characters in between now and then. So, in a way, by rushing to it, you might be closing the door.Andy Serkis
What makes this statement curious is that back in May, the director did highlight they’ve treated Venom as its own world. So, if he believes he’ll face Spider-Man, the bigger question is which one. Tom Holland seems to remain as a mainstay in the MCU moving forward, but a while back Kevin Feige hinted that he can cross between cinematic universes. Perhaps the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home push him out into Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. Whatever happens, it’s not going to