The trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage previously uncovered the film’s mystery Stan Lee Easter egg. Sony dispatched their endeavor for a Spider-Man side project universe in 2018 with Tom Hardy’s Venom. Albeit the film got a blended gathering, the film was an enormous film industry hit and gave the studio certainty to seek after Venom 2. The continuation sees Tom Hardy return as Eddie Brock and Woody Harrelson playing Cletus Kasidy also known as Carnage in the wake of having an appearance toward the finish of the last film. It is under the bearing of Andy Serkis that Venom: Let There Be Carnage hopes to top what preceded.
The unbelievable Marvel Comics maker turned into a staple of Marvel motion pictures by making appearances in pretty much every film delivered during the 2000s. Unfortunately, Stan Lee died in 2018. His last Marvel film appearance came in Avengers: Endgame. Since Venom: Let There Be Carnage didn’t start shooting until long after Lee’s passing, there was no possibility for him to film an appearance for the spin-off. Nonetheless, the Venom 2 trailer affirms he’ll in any case be highlighted as an Easter egg. At the point when Eddie is shown strolling into a corner shop, Stan Lee’s face is momentarily highlighted on the front of a magazine that Eddie passes.
This Stan Lee Easter egg in Venom: Let There Be Carnage permits the film to in any case offer appreciation to Lee. Despite the fact that he didn’t make Eddie Brock or Venom, Lee previously showed up in the first film. His appearance drew close to the furthest limit of Venom and had him converse with Eddie after he bid farewell to Anne Weying. Stan Lee’s character appeared to realize that Eddie and Venom are one being, and the scene was a pleasant astonishment for watchers toward the finish of the film.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is the most recent Marvel film to incorporate Stan Lee’s face in some design as an Easter egg to fans after his passing. Deadpool 2 incorporated a Stan Lee appearance with the symbol’s face on a structure as a monster painting, however Spider-Man: Far From Home and Dark Phoenix are among the Marvel films to not element a recognition. The methodology Venom 2 is taking is very like what a few Marvel TV shows did really. However sad as it seems to be that Stan Lee can’t make a real appearance in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, this is as great of an Easter egg as fans could expect.