VENOM 3: THE LAST DANCE – FIRST TRAILER (2024) With Tom Hardy & Tom Holland

VENOM 3: THE LAST DANCE – FIRST TRAILER (2024) With Tom Hardy & Tom Holland

Eddie Brock’s third solo movie in the Sony Spider-Man Universe finally has an official name, but Venom: The Last Dance may tease trouble for Sony’s long-troubled Sinister Six team-up movie. Spider-Man has a long and fruitful cinematic history stretching back to the early 2000s, and it’s clear that Sony has been trying to make a Sinister Six movie happen since at least the early 2010s. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 featured a scene teasing the iconic weapons and suits of several iconic Spider-Man villains, but plans for a big antagonist team-up died after TASM 2’s poor reception.

However, the idea of bringing together six different Spider-Man villains seemed like the clear end goal when Sony announced it would be releasing a series of solo movies based on the Web Head’s iconic rogues (since named the Sony Spider-Man Universe). The franchise seemed to invert the traditional cinematic universe plan, building up villains before later introducing a hero as the narrative antagonist. However, with Venom’s third movie getting a name that seems fairly final, Sony may be moving too slowly and risks losing out on its most bankable franchise star.

A Venom trilogy set in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe has been confirmed since the first movie was released in 2018, with Tom Hardy attached to star. However, Venom 3 was officially announced at CinemaCon 2022. Specific details about Venom 3 only came out a few months later, when Tom Hardy confirmed Venom 3 was in pre-production on an Instagram post. Venom 3’s release date was then confirmed to be July 11, 2024, but shifts in Sony’s schedule and delays from the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strikes will likely push the movie back at least a few months.

Joining Tom Hardy are actors Juno Temple and Chiwetel Ejiofor, the latter of which already appeared in the MCU as Doctor Strange’s enemy Karl Mordo — though Ejiofor is likely to be playing a new character in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s cliffhanger showed Stephen Graham’s Patrick Mulligan seemingly absorbing a symbiote, which suggests he will appear in Venom 3, if not as the main villain, then at least in a supporting role. Venom: Let There Be Carnage director Andy Serkis won’t be returning for Venom 3. Instead, Venom and Venom: Let There Be Carnage writer Kelly Marcel will be making her directorial debut in the sequel.

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