Sony Is Planning To Connect The Spider-Man Universe to The MCU

Adrian Toomes added a quick nod to the mid-credits reveal of last year’s Far From Home, in the appearance from Spider-Man: Homecoming villain. It was the first trailer for Morbius offered some long-awaited confirmation that Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters will connect to Disney’s MCU.

The reveal might have come as quite a surprise for the fans, but if we look back to an interview published by DiscussingFilm in October of 2018, we can see that the Sony camp has been teasing this crossover for well over a year.

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Equalizer 2 writer will be writing Kraven the Hunter Movie:

As announced in August 2018, that Equalizer 2 writer Richard Wenk had been selected to write a script for Kraven the Hunter movie, which would serve as another installment in the cinematic universe started by Venom

. And while the fate of that particular project remains unclear, Wenk seemingly hinted at Sony’s plans for Peter Parker when he told DiscussingFilm that Kraven was “going to come face-to-face with Spider-Man.”

The writer not only made an ambiguous remark that the film belongs in the “Marvel world,” but also mentioned that the movie will possibly take inspiration from a comic book storyline where the wall-crawler himself plays an integral role, Kraven’s Last Hunt.

Jump to 2020, and it looks like Sony just might be planning to follow through on this idea, but at the very least, a meeting between Tom Holland’s Spidey and the villains of the SUMC seems pretty inevitable.

Source: WeGotThisCovered, IMDb

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