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Haruka Abe’s character Akiko is also included in this lineup. Little is known about Akiko, as she doesn’t appear to be based on a preexisting G.I. Joe character. But given her appearance and the fact that she’s wielding a double-bladed bo staff, we can probably assume Akiko is a member of Clan Arashikage alongside Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow.
Spidey’s very own hometown newspaper — and place of employment — the Daily Bugle is glimpsed in the Let There Be Carnage trailer (and it appears this version of the Bugle has the same title treatment and stylings as the version from the Sam Raimi Spidey movies). This is perhaps the closest the Venom movies have gotten yet to acknowledging the existence of Peter Parker’s world, though of course just because there’s a Daily Bugle in the Sony/Marvel-verse, it doesn’t mean that there’s a Spider-Man in the Sony/Marvel-verse. Indeed, Eddie Brock is a reporter, so he may very well be working for the Bugle in Venom: Let There Be Carnage (no, you don’t have to live in the same city as the outlet you work for!). Sure, this could just be a fun Easter egg for comics fans, but it could also be seen as a small step into a larger, MCU-ish world (where, don’t forget, the Bugle also exists — though so far we’ve only seen it as a sort of talk show/hype train for J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man: Far From Home).
At this point, Idris Elba is one of the most recognizable names in Hollywood, as the actor has managed to land a variety of diverse roles over the years. As a result he’s become many things to audiences, including an action star. Films like Pacific Rim and Hobbs and Shaw have helped make him a mainstay in the realm of blockbuster films, and his role in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad should only bolster his status. But now, Elba is teaming up with Chris Hemsworth’s Extraction director for a brand new thriller, and it sounds wild.