Hardy has been at the forefront of promoting Venom 3 ever since it was announced. The Marvel actor previously confirmed that the scriptwriting process for the threequel had begun while also teasing that the franchise may soon end.
A past rumor also revealed that Venom 3 is set to begin filming this June, with it potentially ending in September.
Tom Hardy Shares New Venom 3 Update
Tom Hardy revealed on Instagram that Sony is currently in pre-production for Venom 3:
"Whilst working on V3 pre prep @lelping @sonypictures @sony @venommovie this throwback came up #cuttingroomfloor #byetom #thankstom"
The Marvel actor also released a new deleted scene from 2018's Venom, showing Eddie Brock and the titular symbiote arguing while on their way to the hospital:
What Is Venom 3's Story?
Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock had an eventful outing when he was accidentally transported to Earth-616 in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but he eventually returned to his world with him becoming aware that the titular web-slinger exists.
There's a strong chance that this subplot from No Way Home could eventually pay off in Venom 3, with the threequel focusing on Brock's search for his world's Spider-Man.
If that happens, it is unknown if a new Spider-Man will appear in the threequel or if it will eventually connect to the events of Madame Web, who is rumored to feature a baby Peter Parker.
Whatever the case, Hardy is clearly at hard work with Sony Pictures to produce a compelling story for Venom 3.
Venom 3's release date is unknown, but filming will reportedly begin in June.