The latest updates and spoilers for the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" sequel reveals the possibility that Venom could become Peter Parker's next nemesis in the movie.

Cast member Jacob Batalon told Screenrant during New York Comic-Con 2017 that he is interested to see the Marvel CInematic Universe version of the symbiote villain and how Marvel Studios will make that happen since Sony is developing a spin-off for the character starring "Mad Maxx: Fury Road" actor Tom Hardy.

The sequel could also feature the formation of the supervillain team, The Sinister Six.

Venom in the MCU?

According to Batalon, Venom could be the possible contender to face Spider-Man in the "Homecoming" sequel, but he is not sure if Marvel Studios will do it.

"I would be interesting to see like Venom, but that's just me though," Batalon said. "We'll see what happens. I'm not gonna say anything."

Venom is one of Spidey's most dangerous enemies, and he has made his big screen debut in Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man 3" played by Topher Grace. A Reddit user once theorized that Peter would gain the black symbiote costume after he was injured during the Avengers fight with Thanos and The Black Order in "Avengers: Infinity War." Peter might keep the black suit after the events of the movie or during the next Spidey sequel.

Sony's version of Venom will be different as Eddie Brock will obtain his powers from a pandemic virus rather than an alien parasite. The latter will use the virus to cure him of a deadly disease that is slowly destroying his body.

Enter the Sinister Six

The post-credits scene from "Spider-Man: Homecoming" revealed that Mac Gargan plans to recruit Adrian Toomes to his group to take out the web-slinger.

This signifies that Marvel Studios is planning to bring the Sinister Six in the mcu since they already established Vulture, Shocker, and Scorpion in the first film.

In the comics, the original members of the Sinister Six consisted of Doctor Octopus, Vulture, Sandman, Mysterio, Kraven the Hunter, and Electro. Sony once planned to have a "Sinister Six" spin-off in "The Amazing Spider-Man" universe, but they have canceled it after the company made a deal with Marvel Studios to bring the wall-crawler into the MCU.

Tom Holland told MovieWeb that he wanted Peter to fight Kraven and Mysterio in the sequels.

Holland will reprise his role as Spider-Man in "Avengers: Infinity War" on May 4, 2018, and the "Homecoming" sequel is set on July 5, 2019.