The success of the latest spider-man movie, SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME starring Tom Holland, is not hidden from anyone.
The latest part of the trilogy has become one of the highest-earning North American releases by having a box office total of $609 million so far.
The movie has been breaking records left and right. From passing the domestic box office total to leaving behind Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, it has become Marvel studio’s first film ever to clear $500 million at the stateside box office.
Fans across the globe are enjoying its success, and Marvel fans are once again waiting in anticipation to see what might be next in this famous franchise.
Well, good news for Tom Holland’s fans as they will not have to wait any longer. Fortunately for the viewers, the Spider-Man concept artist has decided to give the fans a glimpse of what the future holds for the next movie.
The artist @Thomas du Crest posted this new might be attire on his Instagram handle with a message reading,
“While I wait for the green light to show the work I did for #spidermannowayhome, here is a small take on what might come next.”
Spider-Man donning the attire of Venom is a concept that fascinates all the fans, and keeping this in mind, Spider-Man: No Way Home concept artist Thomas du Crest shared four amazing pictures of Holland wearing a black suit.
This fired up the rumors that there will come a crossover between Spider-Man and Venom in the future as the post-credit scene of the last movie featured none other than Venom.
While Tom Holland has been hush-hush about this potential cross, the Venom artist Tom Hardy was a little bit more vocal about this concept when asked.
According to the sources he told at ComicBook.com,
“Of course, it’s in our minds all the time, Look at the photo! That’s little Spidey legs hanging out of the teeth of Venom. It’s really… It’s really specific. It’s like a Kabib calls out.”
Fans worldwide have always loved the concept of seeing these two beloved superheroes sharing screen-space and have crossed their fingers for this, somewhat indicating a might-be crossover in the coming future.