The ending of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” was one of the most important parts of the whole movie. The last movie in the franchise, “Venom,” a freaky, scary Tom Hardy tour de force from 2018, introduced Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady and had him say, “When I get out of here, and I will, there’s going to be carnage.” Also, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” promises to let loose a multiverse, so there are high hopes that Venom’s original enemy will meet up with the symbiote again. So, will there be more symbiotes in the next movie? Spidey? Both?
The film seems to hold the key to the near future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is also the latest result of the sometimes tense relationship between Sony, which owns the Spider-Man film rights, and Marvel (the name that brought Spidey to life, and most recently, renewed relevance).
If the two studios continue to share custody and get along, we all win: Venom, Carnage, and Spider-Man could show up in Avengers stories, future Marvel movies, and every team-up and fight fans could hope for (Venom vs. Wolverine, anyone?). If they don’t, Venom and his friends will just have to play in their weird little sandbox.
With so much at stake, it’s time to stick your tongue out and take a big bite out of the “Carnage” lollipop. Like its predecessor, this movie is loud, violent, and weird in all the best ways. It also ends with more cliffhangers than a Sylvester Stallone section in a Blockbuster that fell over.
So let’s get down to business and talk about how “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” ends. There are a lot of spoilers coming. But if you don’t mind knowing how it ends and what happens during the credits, you can attach yourself to the words below like a symbiote.
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Venom: Plot Summary
From the beginning, it’s clear that Brock and Venom’s problem, like that of any symbiote, is balance. Venom wants to kill bad guys and eat their heads. Brock gives him chocolate and chicken instead.
Brock is invited by serial killers to their prisons to hear confessions and taunts, while Venom can see all the clues for what they are and help Brock win his journalistic battles. The lack of balance keeps putting their relationship, Brock’s apartment, and their innocence in front of the law in danger.
We are not surprised when the balance falls apart in the middle and Eddie and Venom go their separate ways. Both sides are acting like children and hurting each other by exploding and attacking in the only way they know-how. Even when they fight, it’s interesting to see how they can only be themselves with each other.
As Eddie gets used to being on his own again, Venom walks around the city looking for new hosts. But as we watch, we know that there is a reason these two have met.
The Ending Explained Of Venom
Kasady has a fatal flaw, just like every other bad guy who fails. And it’s too bad for Kasady that his fatal flaw is someone else. He loves this woman. A woman who he can’t let go of and who, in the end, is what brings him down. He uses his new relationship with Frances Barrison, aka Shriek, to save his relationship with her.
The fight happens in a church, which is where Kasady and Barrison are going to get married. The wedding has been destroyed, the bride and groom are dead, and the symbiote has eaten it all. Venom gets what he wants, and we watch as he eats the head of a bad guy.
Anne, Eddie’s ex-girlfriend, also shows up here and there in the movie. She is wise and can make Venom’s heart melt and see-through Eddie’s lies. Even as she leaves them at the end of the movie to be with her fiance, we know that if anyone is going to bring Eddie down, it will be her. Maybe she should stay out of reach.
“Venom: Let the Killing Begin” Scene after the credits
In the scene after the credits in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, we see what will happen to Brock and Venom in the future. As they relax on a beach and accept the title of “Lethal Protector,” they are moved from one hotel room to another. They have changed realities in the multiverse.
Their TV shows a news screen of J. Jonah Jameson saying that Spiderman’s real name is Peter Parker, and we see Venom see Tom Holland’s Spiderman for the first time. This confirms what we already thought. It looks like Venom is going to stick his tongue into the MCU now, which is an exciting development.
Why Did Venom Say, Goodbye Eddie?
Venom says it’s because Eddie showed him how fun it is on Earth, and he wants to keep having fun there. He won’t be able to do that if the Symbiotes invade, eat everyone, and destroy the world as we know it.
What Happened At The Very End Of Venom: Let There Be Carnage?
In the last scene, Eddie and Venom are on a beach and agree that they are better together and will be vigilante heroes wherever there are bad people who need to be eaten. It seems likely that Venom and Spider-Man will work together in the future (even if this tease was just Hardy teasing us).
Who Is The Guy At The End Of Venom With The Red Hair?
Even though it’s not said directly, his name is Cletus Kasady, and he’s a serial killer. You can tell from the cage and the fact that he writes Eddie’s name in blood on one of the walls.