One of the most exciting reveals in Spider-Man: No Way Home occurs during the post-credits scene. In said scene, actor Tom Hardy makes an exciting reappearance following his transportation to the MCU in Venom: Let There Be Carnage. It’s a hilariously strange moment where he’s brought up to date on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unfortunately, the interaction doesn’t last long, and Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock is presumably sent back to his own world. However, he does manage to leave behind a piece of his symbiote other half. With a piece of Venom in the MCU, fans are waiting for the highly-anticipated crossover with Tom Holland’s Peter Parker. And it turns out they’re not the only ones, as even Spider-Man: No Way Home concept artist Thomas du Crest shared his own image of Tom Holland in a black symbiote suit.
The image was shared on Twitter, where Thomas du Crest noted he drew it up while waiting to share his official concept art used in the new film No Way Home. The artwork shows Tom Holland in the Venom suit, with the symbiote alien gradually taking over the beloved superhero.
As you can see below:
“While I wait for the greenlight to show the work I did for #spidermannowayhome , here is a small take on what might come next”
While I wait for the greenlight to show the work I did for #spidermannowayhome , here is a small take on what might come next 😉#spiderman #nowayhome #venom #darksuit #symbiote #tomholland #conceptart #spiderman4 #artistsontwitter #characterdesign #artwork #spiderverse pic.twitter.com/ftBEqhKR5v
— Thomas du Crest (@ThomasduCrest) January 4, 2022
While this is unofficial work, it does have some authenticity considering it’s from an actual concept artist from the film series. As such, we could very well expect the upcoming Spider-Man films to take a similar direction. Unfortunately, we’ll just have to continue waiting before we know for sure. But considering an entire new trilogy of Spider-Man films have been greenlit, we’ll probably get some indications sooner or later. As such, fans can stay tuned to ScreenGeek for more Spider-Man news as we have it.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently playing in theaters.