Sony Pictures has released a new Venom featurette that shows the film director Ruben Fleischer explaining more about the anti-hero Marvel character. According to Fleischer, Tom Hardy is undoubtedly the best actor to portray Venom on the big screen.
“I think the most interesting thing about the film is having the opportunity to take a truly beloved character from comic books and combine that with one of the most exciting actors in the world Tom Hardy,” Fleischer says in the new featurette.
The Venom director added that audiences will get to see the Jekyll / Hyde duality in Eddie Brock and the symbiote. He claimed that the film is edgy, gritty and dark.
As Venom is inching closer to its October release date, the filmmakers are rolling out a lot of new footage, posters, and images almost every day. Tom Hardy recently shared a new poster for the film’s IMAX release, which looks haunting as well as mesmerizing.
You can check out the new Venom IMAX poster below.
While fans were expecting Venom to get an R-rating, it did not turn out the same. The film has received a PG-13 rating.
During a recent interview with Fandango, when director Ruben Fleischer was asked if fans can expect an unrated version of the film to get released on home video, he did not completely rule out the possibility.
“I wouldn’t rule anything out,” Fleischer said. “We’ll have to see where it lands, I guess, but I wouldn’t rule anything out.”
The director also advised audiences to look out for the post-credits scenes.
“I think it would be a mistake of any superhero movie not to stay through the credits,” he added.
Venom stars Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, Michelle Williams, Jenny Slate, Woody Harrelson, and Riz Ahmed, who is playing the main antagonist and will become the symbiote Riot. The film is currently projected to rake in between $60-70 million in the first three days of release.
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