Tom Hardy Is VENOM In Ultra-Violent New Trailer

Tom Hardy Is VENOM In Ultra-Violent New Trailer

It's the first time that we've seen Hardy's full transformation into the monstrous creation, after the first trailer remained cryptically vague when it was released in February. The story basically revolves around a reporter named Eddie Brock who gets infected with an alien symbiote that transforms him into the title character.

And just like Ruben Fleischer promised, Tom Hardy looks set to deliver a tour-de-force performance as the crippled anti-hero - hell, he's basically playing two characters at once. Hardy is excited as his son would be able to watch the movie.

This film will not be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which includes the Avengers, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy, Black Panther and Ant-Man, and instead will form part of Sony's Marvel Universe. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Venom as we learn it.

The trailer begins with Dr Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed) announcing the beginning f a new chapter in the history as the viewers get their first look at gooey alien symbiote.

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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. The truth likely won't be revealed until the movie is released, though given the level of cooperation between Marvel and Sony in recent years, it doesn't seem out of the question Holland could make some kind of quick appearance. The four-time Oscar-nominated Williams said she has always wanted to star in a superhero movie herself.

We see him talking to his conscience that is the Venom in the trailer and it also given him superhuman strength and agility while nearly being unstoppable. Scripting has been done by Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner, and Kelly Marcel. Either way so far so good, but we'll still have to wait until the 5th of October for its release.

"Venom" is now scheduled to release in theaters nationwide this October, and the standalone project will share a release-date with the musical "A Star is Born".