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Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s latest trailer features the first official image of villain Cletus Kasady / Carnage as well as his feud with Eddie Brock and Venom. These are also the two central characters of this trailer (and movie). However, if you pay close attention, Sony actually has installed a lot of details related to Marvel’s superhero universe, including the Avengers team, Spider-Man (director Sam’s version Raimi), and comic legend Stan Lee.
Since Sony confirmed it will produce Venom in January 2019, the appearance of Spider-Man has quickly become a hot topic of debate among the fan community. These two characters have repeatedly confronted each other in the original comic book, and are sometimes forced to put aside hatred to work together to defeat common enemies (including Carnage). In 2007, Venom also appeared in the blockbuster Spider-Man 3 directed by Sam Raimi, played by Topher Grace.
The details related to Spider-Man directed by Sam Raimi only appear extremely briefly in the trailer Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
Back to the main point, in a flash scene of the latest trailer, we can see Detective Mulligan (Stephen Graham) reading the Daily Bugle, with the front page reporting on serial killer Cletus Kasady. . This is a familiar newspaper that has been attached to 3 Spider-Man movies that Sony released in the early 2000s. Even information about the war between Spider-Man and Green Goblin has been “tipped off” on the cover, causing a stir in New York City.
At the end of 2019, when Marvel Studios and Sony “broken mirrors” in the Spider-Man case (Tom Holland), the two sides agreed with the provision that Spidey will continue to stay in the MCU, while still being allowed. participate in Sony projects. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said: “Spider-Man is the first superhero to possess a superpower that travels from one cinematic universe to another. So if Sony continues to build its own Spidey universe, the future will certainly contain lots of interesting surprises.“.
Next, when Sony released the trailer Morbius (also a famous character related to Spider-Man in the comics), they had five turns to tease the Spider-Man of the MCU. In which the most prominent is the return of villain Vulture (Michael Keaton), who was defeated by Peter Parker in Homecoming. All of the above details, though still very vague, give the feeling that Sony is cherishing many great plans with Spider-Man played by Tom Holland. And it would not be surprising if he “passed through” and starred in the upcoming Venom movie.
It’s not too obvious, but many fans have discovered Avengers-related details in the Venom: Let There Be Carnage trailer.
Also in the scene of Detective Mulligan, the fans have made a keen eye to see that the page that he is reading is referring to the Avengers (but in fact we only see the phrase “engers”, and the first part of the text is covered hidden). This detail immediately went viral on Twitter as well as many other famous movie news sites and forums, showing that the Avengers team exists in the Venom universe and is still operating normally.
The question now arises: Is this the familiar Avengers of the MCU, or is it a completely different version of the Spidey universe that Sony is cherishing? The partnership between Marvel Studios and Sony is making many people skeptical about that detail as well as the future of Marvel superheroes. Earlier in 2017, Amy Pascal, president of Sony Pictures Entertainment, confirmed that Sony’s superhero movie projects were “complementary components to the MCU”, implying that these two cinematic universes are linked. The result is fragile but will become more durable in the future. And Spider-Man, the current member of the Avengers, will play a very important role in that connection.
Amy Pascal also produces / publishes many other projects related to Spidey and will premiere in the near future. These include Marvel Studios movies like No Way Home, and Sony works like Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Into Spider-Verse 2.
The image of Stan Lee appears briefly in the trailer.
For many years, the “father” of Marvel Stan Lee has often been involved in superhero projects of both Sony and MCU. Although he passed away at the end of 2018, many directors are always looking for ways to include images or details related to him in their works, as a way of gratitude to the great old father of the story village. world painting. In Venom (2018), Stan Lee cameo as a resident walking a dog and encouraging Eddie not to give up on his lover.
In the trailer of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Stan Lee is also “present” in a special way, when his image is posted on the cover of a magazine in the store of sister Chen (Peggy Lu). That shows that even though Stan Lee is gone, Marvel superhero movies will always have a way to pay tribute to this legend. Earlier this year, when the WandaVision series aired on Disney +, the audience realized that the license plate “122822” of Wanda Maximoff was actually the birthday of Stan Lee (December 28, 1922).
Venom: Let There Be Carnage will officially hit theaters on September 24 this year.
According to Movieweb
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