Tom Hardy fuels speculation Spider-Man will be in Venom 2 following deleted Instagram post

Tom Hardy fuels speculation Spider-Man will be in Venom 2 following deleted Instagram post

Tom Hardy fuels speculation Spider-Man will be in Venom 2 following deleted Instagram post

Tom Hardy fuels speculation Spider-Man will be in Venom 2 following deleted Instagram post

Tom Hardy fuels speculation Spider-Man will be in Venom 2 following deleted Instagram post 1

Tom Hardy has fuelled speculation that Spider-Man will appear in Venom 2.

The British actor shared a fan-made poster on Instagram showing his villainous symbiote facing off against the web-slinger.

While there’s nothing harmful about sharing a piece of artwork, it was his decision to delete the post that got fans wondering.

ComicBook.com‘s Brandon Davis not only caught the Instagram post, but published a video theorising how Spider-Man could appear in Sony’s sequel, which will officially be titled Venom: Let There Be Carnage.


To back up his theory, he reminded viewers of the moment when Sony’s Amy Pascal stated that the timeline of their spin-off films were happening concurrently with those released as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe while sat next to a less-than-impressed Kevin Feige – the actual Marvel Studios president.

Months later, Spider-Man: Homecoming character Adrian Toomes AKA the Vulture – played by Michael Keaton – showed up in the trailer for Morbius, confusing fans even more.

Hardy’s deleted post is just another piece of evidence seemingly pointing to Spider-Man’s presence in the Venom sequel.

Spider-Man actor Tom Holland has kept Marvel fans busy thanks to a “chaotic” quiz he held on Instagram from coronavirus lockdown.

Meanwhile, Hardy took over kids channel CBeebies with a week of bedtime stories

Venom was released in October 2018 and was a huge box office success, grossing $856m.

The Andy Serkis-directed sequel will be released on 25 June 2021.


Source link

Check Also

Disney Channel accused of feeding children ‘anti-communist propaganda’ in resurfaced Girl Meets World clip

Disney Channel accused of feeding children ‘anti-communist propaganda’ in resurfaced Girl Meets World clip

Disney Channel accused of feeding children ‘anti-communist propaganda’ in resurfaced Girl Meets World clip Disney …