Kevin Feige’s Involvement in the Spider-Man/Venom Crossover

Kevin Feige’s Involvement in the Spider-Man/Venom Crossover

The president of Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kevin Feige, is reportedly connected to the crossover between Spider-man and Venom as shown in the recent trailer of Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

Though it was quite obvious that someday Tom Holland’s Spider-Man would directly share the big screen with Tom Hardy’s Venom, the new trailer of the Venom franchise is a sudden occurrence for the fans. Now, Spider-Man is a pure resident of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where Venom belongs to the universe of Sony Pictures, a part of Marvel superhero characters. The tantrums between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios on the rights of The Spider-Man franchise have been one of the major issues between the two production houses. In fact, their business relationship faced a lot of consequences that almost led to the stop of the third and last sequel of The Spider-Man: No Way Home. But, the recent trailer teaser of Venom: Let There Be Carnage shows a scene of Spider-Man, and it is finally happening!

The long-awaited, the most desirable Spider-Man and Venom crossover is happening, and fans are getting excited for that. Venom is the most enigmatic, complex, and badass character from the Marvel comics, where the Spider-Man is a helpful and sweet person with a superpower of spider webs. A few sources report that the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige is the mastermind behind this project. After Marvel Studios’ short-term disagreement with Sony Pictures, Kevin has been closely involved with the Sony team for the upcoming and the last sequel of the spider-man franchise. He also consulted for the Venom crossover to maintain the relationship between Sony and Marvel tactfully.

Now the question is, how spider-man and venom crossover is happening? There are rumours about Tom Holland’s Spider-Man cameo in Venom: Let There Be Carnage which is the adaptation of the classic 90s act ‘Maximum Carnage’. This story depicts the grouchy bonds between Spider-Man, Venom, and Carnage. It seems like after the last sequel of the Spider-Man franchise, Spider-Man: No Way Home, a bright future is waiting for Tom Holland to portray his role as the Spider-Man again.