Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s end-credits scene is a little more sophisticated than your ordinary superhero movie stinger. It suggests that the anti-hero Venom and his comic book foe Spider-Man may have finally met, and that Venom has gone throughout the multiverse. Even though the scene is only a few minutes long, it has major ramifications for both Sony’s burgeoning Spider-verse (which includes the Venom films, a forthcoming Morbius film starring Jared Leto, and possibly future Spider-Man films) and Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which currently has Tom Holland’s Spider-Man on loan from Sony).
What a convoluted web Sony and Disney have concocted. You’d be excused for being perplexed about which Spider-Man franchises include which actors playing which characters. What exactly is a multiverse, anyway? It’s a difficult situation. But here’s everything you need to know about Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s end credits scene and what it could signify for the Spider-verse and the MCU’s future. IMDB