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Venom & Black Cat May Exist In Spider-Man Universe, Future Marvel Involvement Hinted

Venom & Black Cat May Exist In Spider-Man Universe, Future Marvel Involvement Hinted

The new Spider-Man played by Tom Holland currently lives in a shared universe where Marvel Studios and Sony have agreed to work together. Although fans were excited to see both studios join hands in producing the film, it was also revealed that their agreement extends only till the sequel.

It was unclear if MCU character would play a part in future Spidey movies. Furthermore, fans were also concerned if whether other characters such as Black Cat and Venom would exist in a separate universe in which Marvel Studios may not have creative control or any such involvement. However, it looks like we may have nothing to worry about.

Recently, Marvel President Kevin Feige and Sony Ex Chairperson and producer Amy Pascal were part of an interview to promote Spider-Man: Homecoming. During their talk, Pascal made a staggering statement which literally left Feige searching for words.

The Spider-Man: Homecoming producer revealed that Black Cat and Venom would take place in the same universe which was created by Marvel Studios and Sony. Fans can check it out in the video below.

For fans clarification, Marvel and Sony created the shared universe when Spider-Man made his debut in Captain America: Civil War. Currently, the upcoming reboot title continues with the same shared universe and takes place post Civil War.

Going by Pascal’s comment, it looks like Marvel Studios and Sony might renegotiate their agreement to bring in Black Cat and Venom to the shared universe for upcoming films as well. If so, it in turn also confirms that Spidey could go on to exist in the same realm for future titles post its sequel.

While speculations continue, Kevin Feige seems to be just as surprised as the rest of the world. Going by his expression, it’s possible that either Sony and Marvel may have decided to keep the announcement “shush” for a while or Sony may have decided to discuss these changes. Hopefully, the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming later next month could give the world some clarification.

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SOURCE: Tom Holland Updates




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