VENOM Extended CONCEPT Trailer #2
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Tom Hardy, who is said to be a "Venom" fan, will play Eddie Brock, the character who first became Venom. First appearing in the comic book series as an alien costume worn by Spider-Man in Marvel‘s “The Amazing Spider-Man”, it was several years before the creature left Peter Parker and merged with photographer Eddie Brock, forming the antihero known as Venom.
The film is based on not one but TWO comic book storylines: 'Venom: Lethal Protector' and 'Planet of the Symbiotes.'
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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The teaser trailer for Venom has crawled its way online.
The first spin-off movie in Sony’s proposed Marvel universe, Venom stars Tom Hardy as antihero Eddie Brock, whose body is possessed by the titular alien symbiote, giving him Spider-Man-like powers. Zombieland’s Ruben Fleischer has directed the film, which is rumored to be receiving an R-rating in the US, rather than the typical PG-13 rating received by most superhero films.
While Venom’s teaser trailer doesn’t contain any moments graphic enough to confirm an R-rating, its dark and somber tone does suggest something more adult than the teen-movie spirit of the most recent film in the franchise, Spider-Man: Homecoming. Entirely missing from the trailer, however, is the film’s title character, with Brock only glimpsed in human form rather than in his full mutated glory.
One of the more popular characters in the Spider-Man comics, Venom has been a more marginal figure in the big-screen adaptations of the web-slinger, only making its debut appearance in 2007’s Spider-Man 3, where he was depicted by Topher Grace. A standalone Venom film has been in development for over a decade. Tom Holland's Spider-Man is also rumoured to star in the 2018 Venom movie.
Venom is scheduled to be released in the UK and US on 5 October.
"Venom" is a 2018 movie made by Marvel Studios as a spinoff of the 2017 film Spider-Man: Homecoming. It is the first movie of MCU Phase 4. It serves as a prequel to Homecoming revealing Venom's origins. It adapts an episode from the 1994 Spider-Man animated series.
Venom marks the very beginning of “Sony’s Marvel Universe,” a cinematic setting of dubious definition. Sony has insisted that Venom will take place in the same setting as 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, which takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel, on the other hand, has insisted that Venom is not a part of the MCU.
Tom Hardy, who was nominated for an Oscar for his work in The Revenant, is in final negotiations to star in Venom as Eddie Brock, while Ruben Fleischer, best known for directing Zombieland, is final negotiations to helm the movie project centering on one of Spider-Man’s signature villains. The character is an alien symbiote that needs a human host to survive. The project is one of Sony’s top priorities and the studio is not wasting time as the movie is set to open Oct. 5, 2018. Venom is to usher in a host of movies from Sony's Marvel and Spider-Man-based universe of characters (we could even see a Carnage movie, Tom Holland as the black symbiote Spider-Man or in the Iron Spider Suit we seen in Spider-Man Homecoming).
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