Spider: No Way Home’s post credit scene will pave a path for Spider-Man 4 that will bring Spider-Man and the Venom face to face in 2023.
Spider-Man: No Way Home wouldn’t be the end of the Spider-Man era in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But, it will be the beginning of a new era, not just an era of Spider-Man but an era that brings together Spider-Man and Venom. A cross-over of Spider-Man and Venom is predicted to be on Marvel’s slate and hit the theatres in 2023.
Seven Marvel Movies in 2023
Earlier fans thought it would be for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Then, Kevin Feige showed the silver lining with the assurance that the fans will not have to go through another traumatic rollercoaster of losing Spider-Man. And, now to our surprise, there are rumours that suggest Spider-Man 4 will make its way to the big screen in 2023.
MCU has always been about the least expected and no matter how hard you try to predict, it always seems to be a step ahead. For the very first time, Marvel will be releasing seven movies in a year, in 2023. Out of the seven movies, four movies will be from Kevin Feige’s shared universe, and the remaining three will be from Sony’s Spider-Man Universe.
Five movies out of the seven movies that will set the Marvel stage have been slated. The remaining two, Sony movies, which are not slated yet, June 23 and October 6 have set social media ablaze.
The biggest guess anyone could make was the third part of Venom as the last two parts were released in the month of October. And, considering the huge success of the Venom sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Sony would be looking forward to bigger success with another addition to the Venom franchise.
Three Spider-Man, Five Signature Villains, and Matt Murdock
Rumours, speculations, and assumptions like these are nothing new for any superhero production house. But, the catch here is not a prediction of another Venom movie, the part that is exciting the fans, even more, is, the movie that makes its way in 2023 would be Spider-Man 4.
As the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home is round the corner the rumours and speculations are at an all-time high. Earlier, it was about all the three Spider-Man coming together and fighting the Sinister Six. There were sources that suggested Charlie Cox will debut as Daredevil in the first-ever MCU movie.
Though an anonymous source has now confirmed that Sinister Six won’t be there, five signature villains of the Spider-Man franchise will face the three Spider-Man characters the fans have witnessed. Charlie Cox will appear as Matt Murdock in the movie.
The Incredible Post-Credit scenes
This is not it, there are sources suggesting that there will be a post-credit scene in the movie. Though this post-credit scene will not be like any other Marvel movie, it will pave the way for Spider-Man to meet Venom in the future. The post-credit scene will show that Venom will officially become a part of the MCU. The source also suggested, Venom 3 will be a Marvel co-production.
The post-credit scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage already set a huge timeline when it showed Spider-Man on the TV. And, now if the post-credit scene in Spider-Man: No Way Home comes out as rumoured, it will be bigger than any post-credit scene that MCU fans have ever watched.
The two big production houses who had a conflict over Spider-Man will not only come together but there will be a major crossover between their finest superheroes. So, it will be a treat to the sore eyes and waiting for 2023 would be worth a cross-over of such potential.
For now, the last movie of the Spider-Man trilogy by the Marvel Cinematic Universe will hit the theatres on 17th December 2021.