Alan Ritchson and Brenton Thwaites from Titans become the perfect Venom and Spider-Man in franchise-swapping fan art.

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In fantastic Marvel fan art, Alan Ritchson and Brenton Thwaites transform from Titans to Venom and Spider-Man, respectively. One of the comic mythologies that has been reinterpreted multiple times in live-action Spider-Man films, with different actors portraying the webslinger and many of his legendary supervillains. Spider-Man is still one of Hollywood’s most profitable superheroes, with Sony making significant earnings from the Marvel IP. Art of Time Travel recently revealed new artwork in which he designed Ritchson and Thwaites as Eddie Brock and Peter Parker, respectively, depicting a drastically different Venom and Spider-Man in the realm of live-action. The designs are based on the most recent live-action adaptations of Spider-Man and Venom.

Thwaites and Ritchson are no strangers to the superhero genre, having co-starred in the television series Titans. Ritchson, who also played Aquaman on Smallville, portrayed Hank Hall, a.k.a. Hawk, while Thwaites played Dick Grayson, a.k.a. Nightwing, on Titans. Sony Pictures has a number of ideas for the web-crawler over the next few years. For starters, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios are aggressively developing Tom Holland’s Spider-Man 4 film, following the enormous success of Spider-Man: No Way Home. While a director has yet to be recruited, Spider-Man 4 will most likely be released before the end of The Multiverse Saga.

In Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, Tom Hardy will lead the cast of Venom: The Last Dance, which will be released in theaters this autumn. Plot specifics are being kept under wraps, but Venom: The Last Dance appears to take up after Eddie’s excursion to Earth-199999, as several set photographs reveal the film’s time period. It’s unknown if this will be Hardy’s final performance as Venom, or whether he’ll return in future Spider-Man films. Sony is also collaborating with MGM+ and Amazon Studios to create several live-action Spider-Man TV programs, including Silk: Spider Society and Spider-Man Noir. According to Amy Pascal, Sony plans to begin production on a live-action Miles Morales film when Spider-Man 4 and Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse are released. With all of this coming soon, only time will tell what additional Marvel ventures await Spider-Man in cinema and television.

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