When Is The Venom 3 Release Date? Pre-production Updates!

Fans of Venom, you have reason to celebrate: there will be a third film based on the character. Tom Hardy himself has confirmed the news on his Instagram page that franchise scribe Kelly Marcel will be returning to write the script for Venom 3, and she will also be directing the film in its third installment. Tom Hardy added his perspective to the narrative, much like in the previous movie, Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Here is everything you need to know about the Venom 3 Release Date, which is now in the pre-production stage.


When Is The Venom 3 Release Date?

We do not have a confirmed release date for Venom 3, but given the previous release dates of October 2018 and 2021, October 2024 seems likely. As mentioned, the sequel is currently in pre-production, as Tom Hardy confirmed on Instagram.

DiscussingFilm has also confirmed the news of Venom 3 in pre-production through a Tweet.

During Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sony Pictures has a slate of Spider-Man spinoffs scheduled, including Kraven the Hunter on January 13, 2023, Madame Web on July 7, 2023, and El Muerto on January 1, 2024.

Who Is Returning For Venom 3, And Are There Any New Characters?

Aside from Tom Hardy reprising his role as Eddie Brock, no other returning cast members have been confirmed for Venom 3. Here is the cast speculation:

Returning Cast Members:

  • Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock/Venom

Potential Returning Cast Members:

  • Stephen Graham as Detective Patrick Mulligan (unconfirmed)
  • Michelle Williams as She-Venom (unconfirmed)

Exciting New Additions:

  • Juno Temple (in talks to join the cast)
  • Chiwetel Ejiofor as a new cast member

While the roles of the returning and new cast members have not been officially revealed, fans eagerly anticipate their performances in Venom 3. Stay tuned for more updates as the movie production progresses

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What Will Happen In The Third Movie?

We don’t know where Eddie Brock will go in Venom 3, but we bet the Spider-Man: No Way Home events will play a role.  In an interview with Screen Rant, director Andy Serkis said,

“I know everyone is desperate for Venom to meet Spider-Man. I know that. But I think there’s real mileage in some of the other supervillains that reside in Ravencroft. There’s such fertile ground to be uncovered there. That would be the sandbox I’d be really interested in playing in. Who’s lurking in there that could break out?”

Who knows, maybe Morbius will also have an impact on the story. We’d prefer it not to happen.

What Has Happened So Far In The Venom Films?

Venom (2018): Eddie Brock is fired from his job as an investigative journalist in the first installment of Marvel’s anti-hero franchise after attempting to discredit tech mogul Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed). Drake’s nefarious symbiotic experiments lead to Brock’s encounter with Venom, an outer-space organism that requires a human host to survive.

The two work together to bring Drake to justice for his crimes, discovering that they are more alike than they thought. After the dust settles, Brock visits serial killer Cletus Kassidy (Woody Harrelson) in prison, though he may come to regret it.

Venom 3 Release Date
Venom 3 Release Date

Let There Be Carnage (2021): Eddie Brock is still in contact with Cletus Kassidy shortly after the events of Venom. Kassidy later attempts to attack Brock after giving him newsworthy features to write about his crimes, prompting Venom to protect him. Kassidy later unleashes the deranged symbiote Carnage into the world after revealing Brock’s own secret and tasting his blood. Kassidy’s troubled past comes back to haunt him as childhood flame Frances Berrison/Shriek joins him on his rampage.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home (2021): Eddie Brock was transported to the MCU 616 universe in the after-credits of Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Brock is still on the run from authorities after defeating Carnage in the post-credits scene of No Way Home. He’s perplexed to learn of Spider-Man and other Avengers members’ existence. Before attempting to track down Spider-Man, Brock is transported back to the Sony Pictures universe, thanks to Doctor Strange’s magic that temporarily restores the multiverse.

As Venom defeats Carnage, Detective Patrick Mulligan (Stephen Graham) is caught in the crossfire, though it is suggested that Mulligan may undergo a symbiotic transformation of his own, possibly becoming Toxin in a future film.

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