After Venom 3, Sony’s Spider-Man universe still has time to succeed.

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The shared Marvel character world may still be in its prime following the conclusion of its most lucrative film, even though Venom: The Last Dance represents a significant shift for Sony’s Spider-Man world. After playing Venom for the first time in 2018, Tom Hardy went on to play Eddie Brock in a second standalone film and made an appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home, a film set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With October’s Venom: The Last Dance, Hardy will wrap off his six-year role as one of the most well-known Spider-Man villains from comic books—albeit one who isn’t a villain in the SSU.

Besides the Venom movies, the SSU has released two more films, with an attempt to build up a third series on the way. After becoming one of the superhero films with the most memes, Jared Leto’s Morbius was rereleased in theaters, although it failed to make a profit both times. Next was Madame Web, which had the feel of a long post-credits scene from a better film. Only Venom has been successful out of all the SSU projects that have been started thus far, which complicates the odds that Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Kraven the Hunter will succeed—though the SSU may still be able to be rescued.

Venom: The Last Dance will be the last Venom film to be shown at SSU, it has been confirmed. That implies that in just a few months, the sole popular franchise in the shared world will be ending. Even while Sony has no intention of discontinuing the SSU after Venom: The Last Dance, the company does need to make some significant adjustments. Kraven the Hunter, the SSU’s first R-rated film, released in December, is the studio’s main hope for a fresh, successful SSU entry. It’s quite obvious now that fans aren’t connecting with the series in its present trajectory. The SSU has treated its Spider-Man characters by giving antagonists in the franchise movies where, for some reason, they are surprisingly not evil. Madame Web, on the other hand, concentrated on lesser-known Marvel characters, which helped Venom become the sole successful franchise in the shared world. Eventually, the SSU will have to change course when the Venom movies come to a close. The strongest indication that Sony recognizes this need is the apparent cancellation of Bad Bunny’s El Muerto film. Ceasing to produce movies with smaller characters is not the only thing the company must do.

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