Everything changed for Sony’s Spider-Man Universe when Venom: Let There Be Carnage released a post-credits scene that shipped Eddie Brock and his symbiote companion Venom to the MCU. Tom Hardy shot Venom 2 post-credits scene on the sets of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
As it happens that universe-blending Venom 2 post-credits scene had a more straightforward connection to the MCU Spider-Man motion pictures than anyone knew. Tom Holland uncovered that Hardy and friends really shot the scene on the Spider-Man: No Way Home set. “I was on set, Amy Pascal approached me and had a conversation about it,” Holland said. “I was extremely energized. Tom Hardy came to set only a couple of days after the fact to film his side of the Venom tag.”
Aficionados obviously have long longed for the MCU’s Spider-Man to go head to head against Sony’s Venom on the big screen. Things being what they are, all it took for Brock and Venom to join the MCU was a basic scene wherein Brock unexpectedly and mysteriously winds up lying in bed watching a news report from J. Jonah Jameson about Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Later this one scene, the entryway now is by all accounts open for Holland’s Spider-Man and Hardy’s Brock to at last met.
There has obviously been a great deal of speculation about Hardy really appearing in No Way Home to continue building publicity for Venom joining the MCU. Furthermore Holland’s revelation that Hardy invested some energy in the Spider-Man: No Way Home set will unquestionably not tranquil these bits of gossip. Having Venom appear in No Way Home would without a doubt appear to be a characteristic move to gather speed later the Venom 2 post-credits scene sowed the seed for a fast approaching on-screen meeting Holland and Hardy. Truth be told, there has been discussion of Holland featuring in another Spider-Man set of three later No Way Home, and apparently just about a sure thing for Venom to advance into that set of three in some limit.
Obviously it’s conceivable that Hardy truly did only remain on the No Way Home set long enough to film his Venom 2 post-credits scene and nothing else. It would anyway be fairly frustrating to have the huge Venom/MCU revelation in that scene occur and afterward see No Way Home not circle back to it in any capacity. Eventually, Sony and Marvel should understand the enormous monetary conceivable outcomes addressed by Venom and Spider-Man collaborating on-screen, and that is the main motivation why such a gathering feels practically inescapable now.