‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Concept Artist Shares His Version of Tom Holland’s Venom Suit

Tom Holland Venom Suit
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Spider-Man: No Way Home (Spoilers)

Thomas du Crest, the concept artist behind Spider-Man: No Way Home shares his character design for Tom Holland in the Venom suit. Since the release of the highly anticipated film Spider-Man: No Way Home it has become the number one trending topic and it also became the biggest film of 2021 expected to surpass Avengers: Endgame in the box office records. Before the film was even release, Sony and Marvel revealed that they were planning another Spider-Man trilogy with Holland coming back as the webslinger.

Spider-Man: No Way Home follows our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man taking on a multiversal challenge, the begins where Far From Home ended in which Peter’s real identity was revealed to the whole world and now his and his close one’s lives have become extremely harder so he tries to get some help from Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to erase the public memory of Peter Parker being Spider-Man. When the spell goes wrong and villains from other universes start to come in Holland’s Peter’s universe he tries to reverse the spell by capturing all the multiversal villains. The film ends with an post-credit scene which sees Eddie Brock aka Venom (Tom Hardy) in the same universe as Holland’s Spider-Man but as he leaves, he mistakenly leaves behind a small fragment of Venom’s symbiote.

Thomas du Crest, the concept artist behind Spider-Man: No Way Home recently shared his take on Holland’s Venom Spider-Man suit. The images shared by du Crest see Holland’s Spider-Man melding with the alien symbiote, where the costume appears to have the same veiny appearance as Venom does. du Crest wrote that he is waiting to get the greenlight to show us the work he did on No Way Home, but until then he shared his take on what might be coming next from the collaboration of Sony and Marvel’s Spider-man. Check out the tweet below:

The upcoming Spider-Man trilogy is supposed to follow the roots of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, in which Peter is living alone helping the people of his neighborhood, and as No Way Home ending indicates that might exactly what Holland’s Peter Parker will be doing in the next film. Fans are also theorizing that he may also take up a job with The Daily Bugle and J. Jonah Jameson (J.K. Simmons).

While the information on the upcoming trilogy is really limited, fans are nonetheless very excited about it because No Way Home proved to be a kind of film that comes in once a generation and while entertaining everybody thoroughly it also tugs at our heartstrings. So, lets see what will happen in the upcoming Holland’s Spider-Man trilogy but for now just watch Spider-Man: No Way Home again in theaters, because its still playing.