Tom Hardy is not well in the first Venom trailer

Tom Hardy is not well in the first Venom trailer

Hardy here is definitely referring to Eddie Brock's transformation into Venom.

Eddie was introduced by Marvel Comics in the 1980s.

There's a space craft that is shown crashed, and it's pretty obvious that the symbiote is on the space craft, and then winds up with Riz Ahmed's character for experimenting.

For what it's worth, we do get to see the symbiote squirming around inside a containment chamber, and what looks like a crashed space ship. But not much else is revealed and we still don't know what the Venom looks like. And we're seeing no signs of stopping as the Venom teaser trailer for the new movie was just released.

Venom opens in theaters on October 5. Although the design and look of the villain was decent, there was no way to separate Topher Grace from the nerd he played on "That "70s Show". In the deal, neither studio would profit from each other's films featuring the character, and Marvel would be able to use its own version of Spider-Man while Sony continues to finance, distribute, and have creative control over its films. We've gotten two wildly different Marvel trailers (Venom and Fox's Deadpool 2) in as many days - and neither of them are Marvel Studios movies.

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Venom stars Tom Hardy as the titular symbiote, though we don't get a chance to see the anti-hero in action during the trailer.

Shanley: The thing is, though, in Spider-Man 3 the actual Venom part of the character wasn't the issue.

Sony has a lot invested in the upcoming Spider-Man spinoff film titled "Venom" starring Tom Hardy. Still, it's a bit disappoint to see the first trailer for the long-awaited Venom movie unleashed-only to get no actual Venom. Aside from being the first standalone big screen outing for the murderous space goo, the film is expected to pave the way for an ambitious new superhero franchise.

"Putting out a Venom trailer without Venom is like a Solo trailer without Han Solo", wrote another.

Oh well, at least we can always go back and watch the original and greatest Venom trailer, this freaky promotional video released by Sony and seemingly edited by Tim and Eric.