'We are Venom' - First footage leaks of Tom Hardy's Venom

Ruben Ruiz
April 24, 2018

The second trailer has just been released, and has gone about correcting that.

Hey, remember when everybody was mad about not being able to see what Venom looked like in the first teaser for his solo film?

A standalone Venom movie is set to release later this year from Sony Pictures and stars Tom Hardy as the titular character/ Eddie Brock though up until this point we did not know how his suit would appear in the movie.

It is expected that the new trailer that's going to release soon will meet up to fans' expectations. The final scene also shows his full reveal as Venom, though I have to say the effects aren't that good.

Ruben Fleischer directs the film, with his cast that also includes Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Jenny Slate and Scott Haze. More recently, the Venom symbiote has been moving between hosts, including Mac Gargan (aka The Scorpion) and Peter Parker's old high school rival, Flash Thompson. On one hand, Eddie does descend into a full-on Harvey/Donny Darko situation in which he talks, out loud, to the new, malevolent resident that has moved into his body.

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I'll be honest, Venom doesn't look bad, but it does look...weird.

But this Venom exists separately from Spider-Man.

Then starts Brock's attempts at hiding in plain sight before he is approached by someone from the Life Foundation who informs him about the symbiotes and Carlton Drake's risky obsession with them.

Venom was first introduced to the Marvel world in 1988 via Spider-Man and made his movie debut in 2007 Spider-Man 3, where the character was played by Topher Grace. This is something Sony Pictures Entertainment learned the hard way with 2016's Ghostbusters: Answer the Call.

Even with the crowded box-office "Venom" could easily top the box-office throughout the month of October if it gets promising reviews from fans. One of those we're a bit concerned with is the upcoming solo origin story, Venom.

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