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Venom Was The Perfect Villain For Spider-Man 3 (But Not For Sam Raimi)

Yet despite this character progression, Sam Raimi was never truly on board regarding Venom’s inclusion in Spider-Man 3. Venom was tacked onto the sequel by request of the studio, and Raimi struggled to balance the villain with the introduction of Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) and Harry Osborn’s (James Franco) dark transformation into New Goblin. But even if Sam Raimi had been fond of Venom’s role in the threequel, his trilogy never needed a villain like the symbiote. Spider-Man 12 were all about Peter Parker’s relationships with his loved ones, and on a smaller scale, about the dangers of misguided science. A tighter plot would have centered on Sandman’s tragic story, and Harry Osborn’s falling out with Peter. Both ultimately became villains due to a misunderstanding involving Spider-Man and the death of close relatives (Flint Marko accidentally murdered Ben Parker and Harry Osborn though Spider-Man killed Norman Osborn), and both were able to become threats to Spider-Man due to scientific experiments gone awry.

While Spider-Man 3 is a muddled conclusion to Sam Raimi’s trilogy when it comes to its plot, it does retain a charm that ensures it remains popular in contemporary culture despite two different iterations of Spider-Man being released since. Still, Spider-Man and Venom’s legendary confrontation has yet to be done justice on the big screen. Considering that the Spider-Man: No Way Home post-credits scene has confirmed that a symbiote has already invaded the MCU, this long-awaited battle appears to now be on the cards sooner rather than later.


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Venom Was The Perfect Villain For Spider-Man 3 (But Not For Sam Raimi)

Yet despite this character progression, Sam Raimi was never truly on board regarding Venom’s inclusion in Spider-Man 3. Venom was tacked onto the sequel by request of the studio, and Raimi struggled to balance the villain with the introduction of Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) and Harry Osborn’s (James Franco) dark transformation into New Goblin. But even if Sam Raimi had been fond of Venom’s role in the threequel, his trilogy never needed a villain like the symbiote. Spider-Man 1 & 2 were all about Peter Parker’s relationships with his loved ones, and on a smaller scale, about the dangers of misguided science. A tighter plot would have centered on Sandman’s tragic story, and Harry Osborn’s falling out with Peter. Both ultimately became villains due to a misunderstanding involving Spider-Man and the death of close relatives (Flint Marko accidentally murdered Ben Parker and Harry Osborn though Spider-Man killed Norman Osborn), and both were able to become threats to Spider-Man due to scientific experiments gone awry.

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While Spider-Man 3 is a muddled conclusion to Sam Raimi’s trilogy when it comes to its plot, it does retain a charm that ensures it remains popular in contemporary culture despite two different iterations of Spider-Man being released since. Still, Spider-Man and Venom’s legendary confrontation has yet to be done justice on the big screen. Considering that the Spider-Man: No Way Home post-credits scene has confirmed that a symbiote has already invaded the MCU, this long-awaited battle appears to now be on the cards sooner rather than later.

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Venom Was The Perfect Villain For Spider-Man 3 (But Not For Sam Raimi)

Yet despite this character progression, Sam Raimi was never truly on board regarding Venom’s inclusion in Spider-Man 3. Venom was tacked onto the sequel by request of the studio, and Raimi struggled to balance the villain with the introduction of Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) and Harry Osborn’s (James Franco) dark transformation into New Goblin. But even if Sam Raimi had been fond of Venom’s role in the threequel, his trilogy never needed a villain like the symbiote. Spider-Man 1 & 2 were all about Peter Parker’s relationships with his loved ones, and on a smaller scale, about the dangers of misguided science. A tighter plot would have centered on Sandman’s tragic story, and Harry Osborn’s falling out with Peter. Both ultimately became villains due to a misunderstanding involving Spider-Man and the death of close relatives (Flint Marko accidentally murdered Ben Parker and Harry Osborn though Spider-Man killed Norman Osborn), and both were able to become threats to Spider-Man due to scientific experiments gone awry.

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While Spider-Man 3 is a muddled conclusion to Sam Raimi’s trilogy when it comes to its plot, it does retain a charm that ensures it remains popular in contemporary culture despite two different iterations of Spider-Man being released since. Still, Spider-Man and Venom’s legendary confrontation has yet to be done justice on the big screen. Considering that the Spider-Man: No Way Home post-credits scene has confirmed that a symbiote has already invaded the MCU, this long-awaited battle appears to now be on the cards sooner rather than later.

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