Still on the bill, the second adventure of Venom in the cinema has not revealed all its secrets. Perhaps you have thus missed these little easter eggs to other Marvel heroes slipped into the cell of Cletus Kasady, alias Carnage.
Warning, this article contains spoilers for the ending of Venom 2.
Released last October, Venom: Let There Be Carnage was a big box office hit despite somewhat negative reviews. On the other hand, the post-credits scene got everyone to agree by finally foreshadowing the meeting between Venom (Tom Hardy) and the MCU’s Spider-Man, played by Tom Holland.
But the appearance of The Weaver at the end of the film is not the only reference to the hero in Andy Serkis’ feature film, as a video posted by Sony on YouTube reveals. The latter returns on the scene in the prison cell of Cletus (Woody Harrelson), completely covered with quotes and drawings.
And when Venom recreates the cell on paper, we find two drawings among the excerpts from texts by Lord Byron, William Blake or Bram Stoker: that of a bat, with the writing next to it “The real tragedy of life, that is. is when men are afraid of the light ”, and that of a spider, accompanied by the text“ Without fear and therefore powerful ”.
Two animals that of course recall Morbius, the vampire that Jared Leto will very soon play in a solo film, and Spider-Man, the superhero most often associated with Venom in the comics. It remains to be seen if and when these characters will actually cross paths on the screen!
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