Venom News

Despite conflicting reports, Sony's Spider-Man spinoff Venom does not have a director attached, but it does have a pair of writers who recently turned in a draft of the script. Come take a look!

Fan Theory Imagines Life as a Venom Prequel Movie Recent history has shown us that studios aren’t above pulling fast ones on audiences. 10 Cloverfield Lane made it all the way to a trailer before we knew it even existed, The Woods turned out to be a secret sequel to The Blair Witch Project, and Split managed to keep its secret long enough to shock audiences with its tie in potential. This all works rather well with Internet fan culture. Between Reddit and comment sections, fans love to gather to discuss all of the “could be’s” of upcoming releases.

In Shocking Turn Of Events, Media May Have Jumped The Gun About That Venom Director Earlier today, Bleeding Cool reported that box office data company Exhibitor Relations Co. announced that Sony’s Venom movie had a release data, October 5, 2018. As we noted, the movie had been in development for a while, originally planned as a spinoff of the Amazing Spider-Man franchise before that franchise went kaput. At that time, Alex Kurtzman was set to direct. Moments after our report went live, ERC dropped another tasty Venom fact – Alex Kurtzman would direct. But will he?

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Venom Film Lives Again At Sony When Marvel and Sony came to an agreement about using Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it put a pause on all of Sony’s plans for spinoffs from the webslinger’s series. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, the Venom spinoff is back on Sony. The script will be written by Dante Harper and be set apart from the MCU Spider-Man film. Amazing Spider-Man producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach will oversee the project. Venom was one of a number of project Sony announced as The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was prepared for release.

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Venom Film Lives Again At Sony When Marvel and Sony came to an agreement about using Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it put a pause on all of Sony’s plans for spinoffs from the webslinger’s series. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, the Venom spinoff is back on Sony. The script will be written by Dante Harper and be set apart from the MCU Spider-Man film. Amazing Spider-Man producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach will oversee the project. Venom was one of a number of project Sony announced as The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was prepared for release.

The Download: 'Ghostbusters' Reboot and Spider-Man Rumors

12:28 PM 10/12/2014 by Binh Ngo
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The third Ghostbusters won't be a sequel, but a complete reboot led by a female cast. We discuss that and more on this week's Download.

Rumor: Is the Venom movie dead? Sinister Six to reboot Spider-man? Take this for what it's worth, but after the news that Sony may be looking to include Spider-man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we cannot discount anything. If this report out of Badass Digest ends up being true, then Sony may be on the verge of losing a lot of fans of their franchise. Again, this somewhat flies in the face of some of the news we have heard, but with Hollywood, anything is possible. Here... Read More...

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Rumor: Is the Venom movie dead? Sinister Six to reboot Spider-man?

joblo.com – Take this for what it's worth, but after the news that Sony may be looking to include Spider-man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we cannot discount anything. If this report out of Badass Digest ends up being true, then Sony may be on the verge of losing a lot of fans of their franchise.

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Writing Begins On Spider-Man Spin-Off "Venom"

darkhorizons.com – We already know Alex Kurtzman's upcoming "Spider-Man" spin-off feature "Venom" will be a darker entity than the web-slinging franchise that spawned it, but one bit of surprising news is that the Venom we see on screen may not be the one people are most familiar with. Out doing promotion for the new TV series "Scorpion," Kurtzman tells CBR that he and Ed Solomon have just 'broken' the story for "Venom":

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The Download: No 'Iron Man 4,' Charlie Hunnam on His 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Exit, and Spider-Man

10:55 AM 9/14/2014 by Binh Ngo
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Robert Downey Jr. says there's no plan for another Iron Man movie. Smokescreen or is Marvel really planning to put one if its most iconic character in the background for the time being? We discuss that and more on this week's Download. Binh: Can't believe it's been 13 years since the attacks on the World Trade Center.

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