Shared August 30, 2019
Recently, the story started making the rounds that Tom Holland cameo was actually for last years Venom, but that Marvel made Sony cut it from the finished movie. Could this be true?
In this editorial @AndreEinherjar will explore the origin of this claim, whether or not it may be true, and if it is; why Sony would want a Tom Holland cameo, and why Marvel would block it.
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