Spider-Man Theory 3: Venom recognizes his death in a Raimi movie

One of the more exciting aspects of Venom: Let There Be Carnage hit the next scene when Spider-Man watched Tom Holland and Tom Hardy watch Tom Holland on TV. This was probably made possible by opening the Multiverse with Dr. Strange and Peter Parker from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Interestingly, Venom expressed her anger when she saw a Webhead mask. It was a little weird because this Venom never met Peter and did not even know he was a teenager. Still, one theory is that he hates what happened in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3.

EldritchBat’s Reddit theory states that Venom recognizes Peter’s name, but not humanly, because of the spirit of the symbiotic stick. In this scene, Venom tells Eddie that they are part of an enormous consciousness that has accumulated knowledge about the entire universe for over 80 billion years. So they can exchange information.

Since most villains introduced to MCU in their respective universes, such as Raimi’s Green Goblin and Doc Ock, died in Spider-Man: No Way Home, can say that a wave of deaths could be chained to humans. Due to the violation together. So Venom may have taken advantage of what happened to Eddie with Topher Grace and the symbiote at the end of Spider-Man 3, where Spidey Tobey Maguire used a pixie bomb to kill the alien and make Eddie explode.

Maybe that’s why Venom has this reaction while watching J. Jonah Jameson play Peter in the Daily Bugle video. It annoys him because he remembers how Peter tricked Eddie, who embarrassed him at work, into the daughter of Gwen Stacy and made fun of the symbiotic host. It would also hurt Venom to know that Webhead has dismantled its two “partners.”

As the symbionts share this connection all over the world, this perfectly translates to Venom now trying to engage in a bloody revenge campaign to take revenge on his “parents.” Of course, this new Venom is more heroic, and Venom Raimi was much more nipple. So if this theory holds, it remains to be seen whether Eddie Hollands will, to say the least, see teenager Peter as an enemy. He did not think Spidey was a threat in himself in his cover of San Francisco, so Venom could either bribe him or try to find a new ship to get revenge. Or maybe Venom’s memories are distorted by the breakup, and he truly believes Spidey was the villain who killed Grace’s “heroic” symbiotics, which could create an even more emotional dynamic between him and Eddie Hardy.

It will be exciting to watch how it turns out, especially when Venom, who licks the TV screen, suggests that he will eat Peter’s head. Of course, fans still do not know where or when Peter will be when No Way Home ends. Still, Sony seems to want their characters like Morbius and others for their former villains to oppose each other – the crawlers. However, what is certain is that fans of this new Venom are eager to go hunting, motivated by the idea of ​​revenge and perhaps still moving its moral compass to something far more personal than the pursuit of true justice. Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters on December 17