At this time, it is unclear if Venom will be appearing in Marvel’s upcoming movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Venom is a Sony Pictures film, so it’s likely the rights are not available to have him included in the MCU.
Despite this, there have been rumors that Spider-Man could appear in the film, which could lead to some sort of partnership between him and Venom to combat the forces of evil in the multiverse. Additionally, as a result of Sony and Disney reaching an agreement on sharing the rights for Spider-Man, it may be possible in the future for Venom to be included in the MCU.
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Which superheroes are in multiverse of madness?
Multiverse of Madness is a forthcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film (MCU), which is set to be released in 2021. The film is part of Phase Four of the MCU, and is a sequel to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2018).
The movie will center on Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his attempt to protect the world from a reality-threatening event. The cast has not yet been officially revealed, but there are some rumors that suggest which superheroes may be appearing in the film.
Fans predict that Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) may take a leading role in Multiverse of Madness, considering that she was the focus of the last Doctor Strange film and the events of WandaVision could lead her directly into the plot.
It has also been rumored that Spider-Man (Tom Holland), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), and the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) may have a presence in the film.
Other superhero cameos rumored for Multiverse of Madness are characters from the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises, who will reportedly make their MCU debut in this film. Reports suggest that Professor X (James McAvoy), Professor Marvel (Reed Richards), and Mister Fantastic (Micheal B Jordan) will all appear in this movie.
Overall, although the exact cast and plot of Multiverse of Madness is still under wraps, there are rumors that suggest that an array of beloved and powerful superheroes may appear in the movie, including Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Professor X, Professor Marvel, and Mister Fantastic.
Did Doctor Strange bring Venom?
No, Doctor Strange did not bring Venom. Doctor Strange is a Marvel superhero who debuted in the Marvel cinematic universe in 2016. He is a former neurosurgeon with magical powers that affords him the ability to Cast Spells, teleport, manipulate time and extra-dimensional travel.
Venom, on the other hand, is an alien symbiote who first appeared in Marvel comics in 1984. Venom has been both a villain to Spider-Man, though more recently a reluctant anti-hero. Doctor Strange and Venom have never interacted in either the comics or the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Is Venom in Doctor Strange?
No, Venom is not in Doctor Strange. Venom is a Marvel Comics character and Doctor Strange is a Marvel Comics character, but they exist in different universes, so they do not interact with each other in any way.
Venom is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but Doctor Strange is part of the Marvel Comics Universe (MCU), meaning they are two different versions of the same character living in different universes.
While Doctor Strange has been referenced in the MCU, Venom has not been featured in any of the movies or tv shows that Doctor Strange has appeared in.
Was Venom pulled into the multiverse?
No, Venom was not pulled into the multiverse. However, Venom does exist in alternate universes and other dimensions. In 2018, Marvel Comics released a series of issues involving “Venomverse” which connected different alternate versions of the symbiote and Venom from different realities.
Venomverse takes place in three primary realms: Earth-616, the Ultraverse, and the Poison-Verse. Additionally, Venom has made appearances in other Marvel Comics storylines in alternate universes, such as the Edge of Spider-Verse miniseries and Secret Wars.
While Venom is not part of the multiverse, the character has proven to be a mainstay in these alternate dimensions, further proving that while he may not be part of the multiverse, he is still influential.
How did Venom come in No Way Home?
Venom came into No Way Home in an interesting way. The character is described as a host to a powerful alien symbiote which gives him incredible strength, speed and agility. In the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse animated series, the symbiote first appears when its host is taking a meteorite home from space.
The meteorite was exposed to an unidentified energy source that merged it with the symbiote, therefore forming Venom. As the series progresses, Venom becomes a complex character, both a friend and ally to Spider-Man as well as a powerful enemy.
Eventually, a larger story arc develops in which Venom serves as the primary villain as he attempts to infect the entire world with a deadly virus. It is in this arc that Venom comes into play in No Way Home when Spider-Man travels through time in an effort to stop him.
The result is a thrilling story with multiple alternate timelines, time loops and plenty of angst around the character.
Did Venom get pulled into the MCU?
No, Venom did not get pulled into the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). The character of Venom first appeared in Spider-Man 3 (2007), which was released as part of Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man film franchise and therefore does not exist within the MCU.
That being said, Venom did eventually get its own standalone film, which was released in 2018 and was also produced by Sony Pictures. Tom Hardy starred as the titular villain in the 2018 film and a sequel, Venom: Let There be Carnage, is set to be released in 2020.
Although Sony’s film series does not exist in the MCU there have been some talks about the two universes merging in the future, but for now they are still separate.
Why wasn t Tobey’s Venom in No Way Home?
Tobey Maguire’s Venom wasn’t in Spider-Man: No Way Home for a few different reasons. One of the most prominent being that it’s a completely different universe than the one depicted in the original Sam Raimi trilogy, and a Tom Holland-led franchise featuring an entirely new cast.
Along with that, such an appearance would likely be considered too confusing for audiences and detract away from the main story being told. Additionally, this new film aims to pass the torch on to the new generation and focus on Holland’s iteration of the beloved superhero, while paying homage to film’s past.
As such, there was probably no role for Tobey Maguire’s Venom to fill in a meaningful way. Plus, Sony and Marvel likely wouldn’t have wanted to anger any of their current or potential viewers by bringing back a non-canon version of the character.
Which Spider-Man turned into Venom?
Eddie Brock is the first and arguably most well-known character to become Venom when Spider-Man unknowingly transferred the alien symbiote to Brock while they were both at a church. Previously, the symbiote had been forcibly removed from Spider-Man in a confrontation with the Fantastic Four and had stayed dormant in the lair of the supervillain the Tinkerer.
Not knowing the true nature of the symbiote, Spider-Man believed it was an innocuous black costume and tried to give it to its rightful owner, Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four. However, Richard’s wife, Susan Storm, was skeptical of the costume and refused.
The symbiote, meanwhile, had recognized Spider-Man’s spider-sense and had attached itself to him, imbuing him with new powers and abilities (including enhanced strength and the ability to shoot organic webs from his wrists).
During his first meeting with Brock, the symbiote recognized the newspaper photographer’s hatred of Spider-Man and quickly jumped from Spider-Man to Eddie Brock, combining with Brock’s own hatred and creating Venom.
Venom has since become one of Spider-Man’s most powerful and fearsome foes, often citing revenge as his motive for hunting down the wall-crawler.
Is Venom now an Avenger?
No, Venom is not now an Avenger. Venom, a symbiote alien-life form, first appeared in the Marvel Comics series in 1988 and has since been featured in various media incarnations, including movies, television, and video games.
Although his character often crosses paths with superheroes, he is most often an anti-hero or an enemy of the Avengers. In fact, his turmoil often centers around the fact that he is constantly at odds with the Avengers as they try to contain his chaotic behavior.
Consequently, while Venom may join forces with the Avengers from time to time, he is not officially a member of the team.
Is the Venom symbiote in the MCU now?
No, the Venom symbiote is not currently in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It is expected that the character of Venom may be featured in future films in the MCU, but the character has not made an appearance in the films yet.
The rights to the character of Venom was acquired by Sony Pictures in 2018, and the first Venom film was released in 2018 to much success. Sony is currently developing a sequel and is reportedly in negotiations with Marvel Studios to incorporate the character of Venom into the MCU.
It is unclear when the character of Venom will be introduced into the MCU, but it is likely to happen soon.
Is Venom in the MCU after no way home?
Yes, Venom is in the MCU after the movie No Way Home. Following the events of No Way Home, Venom is now part of the Marvel Universe and is set to appear in future Marvel movies and TV shows. This is an exciting development, as Venom has been a beloved part of Marvel Comics for years and his introduction to the MCU opens up a world of exciting possibilities.
Spider-Man and Venom were longtime enemies in the comics, and their interactions in Spider-Man: Homecoming were among the highlights of the movie. Fans can look forward to similar interactions as Venom becomes more entwined in the MCU in the future.