VENOM Exclusive "Peter Parker" Concept Trailer
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One of Marvel's most enigmatic, complex and badass characters comes to the big screen, starring Academy Award-nominated actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom.
Venom is an upcoming American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, produced by Columbia Pictures and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing.
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We already know there'll be a second Venom film allowing fans to drool over Tom Hardy's version of the character. Other cast members have already acknowledged that, even if they did clam up immediately after uttering those confirmations.
So who's going to be in it, what's it about, when can you see a trailer and – most importantly – will Tom Holland's webslinger show his mask? Here's everything we know about Venom 2 so far...
While it's looking increasingly unlikely that we'll get a Spidey-sized cameo in the first Venom movie when it arrives later this year, the director has hinted at a future Spider-Man crossover. Could that take place in Venom 2?
Tom Hardy will be back. That's a given. They make actors sign multi-film contracts these days, dontcha know.
Michelle Williams, who stars as Eddie Brock's ex-wife Anne Weying, will likely be joining him. Unless she becomes She-Venom in the first film and things take a nasty turn as they did in the comics. Hopefully not, though, as that's DC-level dark.
Sony's Marvel Universe, the shared cinematic universe that includes Silver and Black and Morbius movies, could also provide some extra crossover characters. However, the female-led Silver and Black (featuring Silver Sable and Black Cat) won't be with us for a while, having got stuck at the script stage. So we still don't know if Rogue One's Felicity Jones, who played Felicia Hardy (AKA Black Cat) briefly in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, will still lay claim to that role. It's looking doubtful, though.
One person we can guarantee *is* returning is Woody Harrelson. The Solo: A Star Wars Story actor was the man who revealed there would be a second film – even as he realised he wasn't supposed to say that and couldn't confirm who he's playing in the first film. Our money is on Harrelson playing Cletus Kasady, AKA Carnage, the dog-torturing homicidal maniac who also bonds with a symbiote.
Marvel fans only recently learned that the title of the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is Spider-Man: Far From Home thanks to a "leak" from Tom Holland. Holland later confirmed the title during a convention panel. The film will reportedly feature Jake Gyllenhaal playing the Spider-Man villain Mysterio. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige previously stated that the film will begin production in July and also revealed that, as the title seems to hint at, Spidey will be doing some traveling in the new movie.
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