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No Way Home Was Right To Pass On Venom For Its Sinister Six Team

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Despite being heavily teased for Spider-Man: No Way Home at the end of his own second outing, Venom didn't factor into the movie at all and that was probably the best call.

No Way Home was a major success even without a major role for the Wall-Crawler's dark counterpart. Throwing Venom into the film with a major role, however, may very well have been a massive risk to its overall quality, which could have soured what was otherwise a succinct and poignant conclusion to this particular arc for Tom Holland's Spider-Man.

Speculation of No Way Home's Sinister Six began immediately, once the first trailer revealed Alfred Molina's fan-favorite interpretation of Doctor Octopus as well as the unmistakable pumpkin bomb and laugh of Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin.

When it became clear that the remainder of the six would be filled out by the Sandman, the Lizard, and Electro, the question that remained was who would complete the roster.

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