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How Loki Helps To Merge Spider-Man And Venom Into A Movie! Explained!

The recent release from the house of superheroes, Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage, was one of the best movies of 2021. One can’t certainly ignore the fact that Tom Hardy is the most suitable actor when it comes to portraying Venom’s character on screen. The storyline, paired with the villainy appearance of Woody Harrelson, makes the movie a must-watch. The post-credit scene of Venom 2 revealed that Spider-Man and Venom would be coming face to face very soon. Now, a theory revolves around the corners of the internet, and it consists of our beloved God of Mischief, Loki. 

Loki’s Nexus Event Makes Way For Venom To Merge Into The MCU

The post-credit scene from Venom 2 revealed that the character is officially in the MCU now. This also sets up a crucial role of the character in Spider-Man: No Way Home. And if the theory that’s been bursting the minds of fans comes true, then the Nexus events from Loki are the reason behind it. 

Marvel has a vast history when it comes to post-credit scenes. And we can state that the one in Venom is one of the best to date. Eddie Brock finds himself transported to a whole new universe in the post-credit scene and watches the news where J. Jonah Jameson reveals Spider-Man’s identity. If the assumption is true, then it might be a fact that Venom and Eddie Brock have been directly transported to the world of Spider-Man. 

 

Loki: Nexus Event Connection With Spider-Man Explained

When it comes to Loki, everyone who has watched the show is familiar with TVA and their attempt to keep the timeline from not getting branches. Here comes the thing, Loki’s director Kate Herron has revealed something about those branches that set up the Multiverse in MCU. 

As explained by Herron, there are two types of intersections in the branches. One where a new branch is being created and the other where one branch is connecting to another. If the branches connect, they will lead to the collision of every reality and universe that exists. This is something that explains the return of Dr. Octopus and other fellow Spider-Mans in the MCU.

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Skylar here. I write about entertainment and K-drama. I enjoy reading comics, webtoons, and books, watching Asian dramas, and sketching. Every problem should be viewed as a learning opportunity.
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