Fleischer has as of now worked with Sony Pictures on various projects, it wouldn’t be shocking assuming that he returned to finish the Venom set of three. Then again, it seems almost certain that Serkis will be the one to get back to coordinate the third film, yet like Fleischer said, the truth will surface eventually. It’s also possible that Fleischer could rudder another Marvel project for Sony’s Spider-Man Universe. Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Kraven the Hunter and Dakota Johnson’s Madame Web will be the following movies to show up after Morbius, with the previous looking at creation not long from now. While those projects as of now have directors connected, there is still an endless scope of Spider-Man villains that Fleischer might actually coordinate in a solo film.
The greater question about Venom 3, be that as it may, is the thing its story will be after Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Since the time Spider-Man: No Way Home, there have been some hopes that Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man will be essential for the third installment. With Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man franchise having a similar tone to Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, it wouldn’t be a major stretch if the spinoff films have been set in the same world this whole time. Since Hardy’s Venom didn’t get to meet Tom Holland’s Peter Parker, going toward Garfield’s cycle would respect the post-credit scene from Venom: Let There Be Carnage where the symbiote indicated having disdain toward the web-crawler. Regardless of who directs the following Venom movie, it will be captivating to see how they wrap up the first set of three in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe.
Ruben Fleischer, who helmed the first Venom film, as of late spoke about possibly getting back to Sony’s Marvel franchise. While Sony Pictures has been busy depicting Spider-Man on the big screen in the MCU with Marvel Studios, they have also been effectively fleshing out their own Marvel-inspired franchise. Dubbed Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, the web-crawler has yet to show up while several of his notorious villains have been starring in their own films. The Spidey-based universe began with Eddie Brock as the first person to feature his own film with Tom Hardy as Venom. In under two months, Morbius will be hitting theaters starring Jared Leto as the nominal person. While famously known as notorious Spider-Man antagonists, Sony is taking the wannabe course with these characters, which is essential for their respective standard.
After Fleischer coordinated the first Venom installment, Andy Serkis boarded its sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The second film investigated Venom requiring on Marvel’s second most famous symbiote as Carnage, played by Woody Harrelson. While doing a piece less than its predecessor in the cinematic world, Venom: Let There Be Carnage still became a business success amidst the worldwide pandemic, gathering more than $500 million dollars. With no set release date just yet, Sony Pictures is fostering a third Venom film with Hardy set to reprise the job.