With photos of Tom Hardy on set of the latest Venom movie, fans have already begun to speculate if a Tom Holland Spider-Man crossover wiill happen.

It sure does make an extremely exciting proposition. With the innocence of Holland as a very young and naive Spider-Man, and Hardy as a hardened no-nonsense brute, the contrast in characters would create a great film.

 

Holland has publicly stated that Venon would never feature in any of his Spider-Man movies, however Holland is also well-known for having loose lips when it comes to what he should and shouldn’t say about upcoming films that he’s in. This could be his way of dealing with that issue by simply lying. Therefore with all due respect to Holland, we shouldn’t really pay attention to what he’s saying regarding future films and scripts.

If anything it somewhat confirms that this will happen since he’s trying so hard to down-play the rumours.

 

After Infinity War, Marvel are going to have many characters either dead or out of contract and riding off into a fictional sunset. Therefore new leaders are going to be needed. If Spider-Man comes out of the 2 Infinity War movies as a more mature, stronger and confident character, then taking on Venon seems logical.

It would sure be a flagship movie for Marvel Studios, with 2 huge stars facing off against one another. It makes sense in an entertainment sense and it certainly makes sense financially for Marvel.

To say that this movie won’t happen would be naive. Chances are Marvel already planned out this movie well in advance and will steadily build up Tom Holland throughout the next 2 movies to become a match for Venom.

You have to remember that if the movie is made, it’ll likely be 2020, which means that Tom will be in his mid-20’s a lot bigger and with the appearance of a man.

It’s likely that Marvel want to run Tom Holland’s true age alongside the Spider-Man movie age to create a realistic timeline and let the fans grow-up with the character as he progresses from a boy to a man.

 

One thing you have to remember however is that the moment Venom enters into Spider-Man’s world he has to die, otherwise people will wonder why Spider-Man simply gave up.

This means that a 3 movie contract may be in place for Tom Hardy. An origin film, Venon vs Carnage, then a final movie with Spider-Man, or perhaps a final showdown with all 3 characters.

With photos of Tom Hardy on set of the latest Venom movie, fans have already begun to speculate if a Tom Holland Spider-Man crossover wiill happen.

It sure does make an extremely exciting proposition. With the innocence of Holland as a very young and naive Spider-Man, and Hardy as a hardened no-nonsense brute, the contrast in characters would create a great film.

 

Holland has publicly stated that Venon would never feature in any of his Spider-Man movies, however Holland is also well-known for having loose lips when it comes to what he should and shouldn't say about upcoming films that he's in. This could be his way of dealing with that issue by simply lying. Therefore with all due respect to Holland, we shouldn't really pay attention to what he's saying regarding future films and scripts.

If anything it somewhat confirms that this will happen since he's trying so hard to down-play the rumours.

 

After Infinity War, Marvel are going to have many characters either dead or out of contract and riding off into a fictional sunset. Therefore new leaders are going to be needed. If Spider-Man comes out of the 2 Infinity War movies as a more mature, stronger and confident character, then taking on Venon seems logical.

It would sure be a flagship movie for Marvel Studios, with 2 huge stars facing off against one another. It makes sense in an entertainment sense and it certainly makes sense financially for Marvel.

To say that this movie won't happen would be naive. Chances are Marvel already planned out this movie well in advance and will steadily build up Tom Holland throughout the next 2 movies to become a match for Venom.

You have to remember that if the movie is made, it'll likely be 2020, which means that Tom will be in his mid-20's a lot bigger and with the appearance of a man.

It's likely that Marvel want to run Tom Holland's true age alongside the Spider-Man movie age to create a realistic timeline and let the fans grow-up with the character as he progresses from a boy to a man.

 

One thing you have to remember however is that the moment Venom enters into Spider-Man's world he has to die, otherwise people will wonder why Spider-Man simply gave up.

This means that a 3 movie contract may be in place for Tom Hardy. An origin film, Venon vs Carnage, then a final movie with Spider-Man, or perhaps a final showdown with all 3 characters.