The Venom Movie And Spider-Man: Homecoming Might Be Connected After All

It was revealed as recently as last week that there were no plans to make the Sony Venom movie connected to the MCU in any way.

Well now it looks Sony has changed its mind and the movie is taking place in the same universe as Spider-Man: Homecoming.

In an interview with Filmstarts, Spider-Man: Homecoming producer Amy Pascal admits that Venom takes place in the same universe. This means both movies are not separate as initially thought.

The interesting part is the look on Kevin Feige's face in the video when Pascal talks about the two movies being connected. You can read her comments below.

It will all take place in the world we are now creating for Peter Parker. It'll be adjunct to it, it may be different locations, but it will all still be in the same world and they will be connected to each other as well.

It's not just the Venom movie that will be connected either. The upcoming Black Cat and Silver Sable movie is also connected too.

Pascal was also asked if the Tom Holland Spider-Man will be able to appear in Sony's movies in the future.

Pascal answered that "there's a chance" that it could happen. She knows that Sony still wants to continue its relationship with Marvel Studios.

It's possible the Venom and Black Cat/Silver Sable movie will still be separate much like Marvel's TV shows are. Marvel's TV shows are still a part of the MCU, but they are kept separated from the movies.

The actual MCU movies don't even mention characters or events that take place in the TV shows.

I suspect this will be similar when Sony produces its future films. Anyway, hopefully Marvel and Sony can sort things out so their relationship can continue.

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