How Many End Credits in Spiderman? Will Venom Be in Spider-man 4?

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Spider-Man: No Way Home contains not only one significant surprise for Spider-Man fans, but also an additional major character in the end credits.

A viewer of Venom: Let There Be Carnage may not be surprised by this sequence, but it does not make it any less fascinating. In addition, this means that No Way Home features the entire Sinister Six, but not in the way you expected.

Will it set the stage for a future crossover? We’ll have to wait and see, but if you have any unanswered questions regarding how Doctor Strange’s spell brought that character into the MCU, we’re ready to help.

If you haven’t seen Spider-Man: No Way Home, you should look away now, as we will be discussing huge spoilers for the scene itself and a related film.

(As with the majority of MCU films, there is a sequence following the closing credits. However, this one performs a somewhat different function, so we have that covered.)

Spider-Man: No Way Home Closing Credits Explanation

Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) and Venom are shown in the mid-credits sequence hanging out in a bar in Mexico, where Eddie is extremely confused by what the bartender (Ted Lasso’s Cristo Fernández) has been telling him.

“You’re saying that this entire place is filled with nothing but superhumans?” he asks. “There was a billionaire with a metal outfit and the ability to fly. Right? There was also a really angry green dude.”

Eddie also describes a “purple extraterrestrial that adores rocks,” which is one way to characterise Thanos. Eddie, having finally believed what the bartender is saying, declares his intention to travel to New York to “talk to this Spider-Man,” while Venom only wishes to go skinny dipping.

Eddie starts to vanish as he is taken back into his realm from the MCU before they can do anything. As a result of the spell Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) casts at the conclusion of No Way Home, Eddie has left behind a patch of Venom’s symbiote on the bar.

The scene indicates that the Sinister Six are properly included in No Way Home. After being transported to the MCU, the sixth member (Venom) decided to go get drunk instead of going on a rampage.

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How Does Venom Fit Into the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

This sequence is tied to the post-credits scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage in which Eddie shifted into a new universe. In that sequence, Peter observed J. Jonah Jameson (J. K. Simmons) discussing the “Spider-Menace,” and we now know for certain that it occurred simultaneously with No Way Home.

In the film, the spell cast by Doctor Strange to make the world forget who Spider-Man is first fails. Despite his efforts, a few enemies are able to enter the MCU, as the spell pulls in anyone “who knows Peter Parker is Spider-Man” from other realities.

Eddie does not know who Peter Parker is, let alone that he is Spider-Man who swings around New York City.

The solution may be found in the Venom 2 credit scene, in which Venom states that he possesses “80 billion light-years of hive knowledge spanning universes.” It makes sense that this “hive knowledge” would contain information about Peter Parker being Spider-Man, thus Venom was drawn in by the spell and Eddie was forced to tag along.

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Will Venom Be in Spider-Man 4?

In any case, this is an exciting development for Spider-Man and Venom fans who have longed to see the two characters clash on the big screen. It remains to be seen if this will occur in Spider-Man 4 or Venom 3, but it is clearly getting closer.

The only difficulty is that they are in different universes at the conclusion of No Way Home, so one of them would have to cross across again. Yes, a portion of the symbiote is now in the MCU, but given Tom Hardy’s popularity in the role, it would be surprising if the MCU decided to create its own Venom.

And surely they wouldn’t risk going the dark Spidey path after how Spider-Man 3 turned out…

Alternately, Flash Thompson became Agent Venom in the comics after a government experiment designed to develop the next super soldier. Scientists fused him with the symbiote, and it may possibly occur in the next film.

However, if they do not find a method to bring Eddie back into the MCU, it will feel like a squandered opportunity. Fans would likely accept any excuse if it meant seeing Spider-Man and Venom battle.

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