Venom News

Speaking at the Sao Paulo Comic Con Experience, Venom star Tom Hardy has finally confirmed longstanding rumors that the film will be inspired by the classic Lethal Protector comic book miniseries. Sony’s Venom is one of the more intriguing films due out next year. It’s the first of a proposed series of Spider-Man spinoffs, with each movie starring members of the webhead’s rogues’ gallery. It’s uncertain at this stage whether or not the movies will be part of the MCU, however, and fans have been wondering how you can possibly make Venom work without Spider-Man.

Possible Venom movie logo spotted at Brazil Comic-Con The VENOM movie will finally give fans of the comic the gritty, mature, and hopefully, R-rated and violent version of the Spider-Man character they’ve grown to love over the years. We can only hope the character will look cool too, but before we see any of him we have our first glimpse at what may be the movie’s logo, and with it a brand new hashtag you can use with all the other cool kids.... Read More...

Andy Serkis reveals that Tom Hardy's Venom is a motion-capture performance Earlier this morning, a photo from the set of VENOM appeared online, giving fans a behind-the-scenes glace at star Tom Hardy looking very excited by the film's creative process. Now, an interview conducted by Yahoo Movies UK with motion-capture aficionado Andy Serkis has revealed that Hardy "is playing a new character using performance capture." To say that... Read More...

Tom Hardy's Venom has plans to web-swing into production this Fall Sony and Marvel are gearing up to start the production of their forthcoming Spider-Man spin-off film VENOM starring Tom Hardy as the symbiotic soldier. For reasons, the movie takes place away from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in a world where Peter Parker may not exist. As ridiculous as that sounds, fans of the character are climbing the walls in anticipation of discovering how in the hell this movie... Read More...

How ‘Only the Brave’ Went From Magazine Pages to the Multiplex Twenty stand-up, small town guys. An elite squad of first responders in the Arizona mountains. Everyday heroes whose loved ones suffered the “greatest loss of firefighters since 9/11.” Any studio head would likely break a finger motioning to greenlight that concept if it came through on spec, but that’s not how it was born.

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