A Deadpool & Spider-Man MCU Crossover Can Continue No Way Home"s Post-Credits Scene In The Best Way Possible

  • Deadpool and Spider-Man's MCU first team-up could arrive earlier than expected in Avengers: Secret Wars, where the symbiote Eddie Brock left behing in Spider-Man: No Way Home's post-credits scene could bond to Deadpool while searching for Spider-Man.
  • In Marvel Comics' Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars, Deadpool finds the symbiote before Spider-Man during 1985's Secret Wars event, but he gets erased from everyone's memories afterward.
  • In the MCU, Deadpool could serve as the bridge between Tom Hardy's Venom and a variety of symbiote hosts in the MCU, including Tom Holland's Spider-Man.
Deadpool and Spider-Man’s MCU crossover could adapt Venom’s first chronological encounter with both heroes from the comics, thus advancing the plot teased by Spider-Man: No Way Home’s post-credits tease. Seeing Spider-Man, Deadpool, and Wolverine coexist in the MCU is a dream come true for Marvel fans, as the Marvel Cinematic Universe started without the possibility of featuring them in the same continuity as the Avengers. After each new release, Marvel Studios keeps raising the bar with ambitious character introductions and crossovers.
Before Deadpool & Wolverine's release, Shawn Levy expressed interest in bringing Deadpool and Spider-Man together on the big screen. There are countless possible ways to make a Deadpool and Spider-Man MCU team-up happen, including a shared adventure with Charlie Cox’s Daredevil and a full-on "Deadpool vs Spider-Man" movie. However, a movie starring Spider-Man and Deadpool might take a long time to get made, if at all. Before that, the Merc With A Mouth and the wall-crawler can cross paths in a different crossover — the upcoming Avengers: Secret Wars.
Deadpool And Spider-Man’s Team-Up Can Adapt Venom’s True Origin Story In Avengers: Secret Wars Spider-Man And Deadpool Can Make The MCU's Secret Wars Faithful To Marvel Comics' 1985 Storyline Custom Image by Nicolas Ayala In Marvel Comics’ famous 1985 storyline Secret Wars, Spider-Man searches for a new suit after his original costume gets damaged in battle. What he finds is a symbiote, which transforms into a black suit and chooses Peter Parker as its host. This marks the first appearance of Spider-Man’s iconic black suit and the first-ever appearance of Venom in Marvel Comics. However, the 2015 Secret Wars spinoff Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars reveals that Wade Wilson also participated in the event, and that he bonded with the symbiote before Spider-Man prior to being wiped from every other character’s memories.
According to Deadpool's Secret Secret Wars, Deadpool helped resurrect all heroes after Doctor Doom killed them.
Similarly, Avengers: Secret Wars could see the return of the symbiote Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock left behind in Spider-Man: No Way Home’s post-credits scene. While looking for Spider-Man, the symbiote could find Deadpool first and bond to him, convincing him to find the Peter Parker that Venom recognized in Venom: Let there Be Carnage’s post-credits scene. After a short fight side by side or against each other, Deadpool could pass the symbiote onto Spider-Man, creating Spidey's black suit and the MCU’s Venom.
Venom Is The Perfect Character To Bring Deadpool And Spider-Man Together In Avengers: Secret Wars Spider-Man And Deadpool Are The Best Candidates For A Symbiote Suit In Avengers: Secret Wars Custom Image by Nicolas Ayala Spider-Man: No Way Home's post-credits symbiote might be one of the quickest and most organic ways to bring Spider-Man and Deadpool together. Avengers: Secret Wars will likely be packed with dozens of characters from all corners of the MCU, and justifying each individual team-up could take up a considerable amount of screen time. Apart from paying homage to the source material, an adaptation of Deadpool’s role in Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars and Spider-Man’s first encounter with the symbiote in 1985’s Secret Wars would pay off the puzzling Venom tease from Spider-Man: No Way Home’s post-credits scene.
Deadpool’s self-aware mind might be the ideal source of information that could point it to Peter Parker's location.
If there’s any MCU character besides Spider-Man who makes for a great Venom host, it’s Deadpool. Venom’s gory nature gels perfectly with Deadpool’s violent tendencies, and both of them are connected to a higher multiversal consciousness. Since the symbiote left behind by Eddie Brock may still carry the wish to bond with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, Deadpool’s self-aware mind might be the ideal source of information that could point it to Peter Parker's location once Deadpool arrives in the MCU’s Earth-616 following the events of Deadpool & Wolverine.
Deadpool And Spider-Man’s Dynamics Would Flip Deadpool’s Role In Marvel Comics’ Original Secret Wars Deadpool Was Wiped From Everybody's Memories In The Comics, Similar To Spider-Man In The MCU The original Secret Wars and Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars established that both Spider-Man and Deadpool played a role in the 1985 event. But unfortunately for Wade Wilson, Deadpool's involvement in the battle ended up being erased from everyone else’s memories when Wasp wished to forget her fleeting romance with Wade Wilson. This is a similar predicament to the situation Tom Holland’s Peter Parker finds himself in after Spider-Man: No Way Home's ending, where Doctor Strange’s spell erased Peter from the entire world’s memories.
Besides sharing the symbiote, Deadpool and Spider-Man could form a friendship over their similar conditions. Neither Spider-Man nor Deadpool have any friends or acquaintances in the MCU, and they can find their new friend in each other. Their first encounter in the MCU can lead to an full-fledged team-up in a future MCU movie that also features other heroes such as Daredevil and the Punisher, as well as Venom as an antagonist — be it the MCU's upcoming Spider-Man 4 or Deadpool 4.
Deadpool Is The Perfect Bridge Between Eddie Brock’s Venom And The MCU’s New Symbiote The MCU's Symbiote Needs New Hosts If Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock Is Actually Ending His Story In 2024 Close Sony's Venom: The Last Dance has been confirmed to be the final Venom installment in Sony's Spider-Man Universe. However, that doesn't mean that Venom will die or retire for good. Venom, or at least his offspring, could find new hosts in the MCU, including Spider-Man. If Deadpool is the one who finds the symbiote first, the exciting possibilities of his "Venomized" personality can help audiences get familiar with the idea of hosts different from Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock.
Related Venom: The Last Dance Has No Room For Spider-Man, And That's A Good Thing Venom: The Last Dance"s first trailer has uncovered a jam-packed final story for Tom Hardy"s Eddie Brock, meaning there may be no room for Spider-Man.
Other characters who can be the symbiote's hosts in the MCU include Mac Gargan, last seen in Spider-Man: Homecoming's post-credits scene teasing a vendetta against Spider-Man; as well as Flash Thompson, who becomes Agent Venom and joins the Secret Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy in the comics; and Lee Price, who succeeded Gargan and Thompson with more brutality than both of them combined. By the time Venom becomes Spider-Man's enemy in the MCU, Spider-Man: No Way Home's symbiote will have gone through several hosts, all thanks to Deadpool's participation in Avengers: Secret Wars, just like in the comics.
Deadpool & Wolverine
Spider-Man: No Way Home
Avengers: Secret Wars
Upcoming MCU Movies
Release Dates
Deadpool & Wolverine
July 26, 2024
Captain America: Brave New World
February 14, 2025
May 2, 2025
The Fantastic Four
July 25, 2025
November 7, 2025
Avengers: The Kang Dynasty
May 1, 2026
Avengers: Secret Wars
May 7, 2027


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