Kevin Feige offers “never say never” when it comes to Venom at MCU

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We’ve all been hearing rumors for months; hell, these go beyond that. Tom Hardy’s Venom rumbles coming into the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been around since the character’s first introduction.

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But now together Spider-Man: No way home These rumors have looked like superhero films of epic, transcendental proportions in the film universe. So much so that RottenTomatoes.com talked to Marvel Studios with Kevin Feige about the reports and found that:

“Of course I don’t want to talk about rumors or speculation about what can or can’t happen because it’s related to characters that Marvel Studios hasn’t brought to the screen yet. But I say what I’ve always said since I’ve been in Marvel for 20 years, I don’t would reject anything, I would not rule out anything. When and how and where is still to be seen. It can be, you know, any rumor you read online can happen at any time and never. “

Known for keeping MCU secrets close to his chest, Feige clearly doesn’t handle this overlap, but it’s surprising to even hear him confess rumors. Venom appears in Spider-Man: No way home would be a big surprise, but would fit the story that this movie is a little weird. Or may Tom Hardy’s Venom show up Doctor Strange Madness in the Multiverse? Only time will tell.

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Venom: Let there be massacre sees Andy Serkis (Mowgli: The legend of the jungle) directed by returning Actors Tom Hardy (Eddie Brock / Venom), Michelle Williams (Anne Weying), Woody Harrelson (Cletus Kasady / Carnage) and Reid Scott (Dr. Dan Lewis) and new additions Naomie Harris (There is no time to die) and Stephen Graham (Irish).

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage is scheduled to be released in theaters on September 24th.

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