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The New Venom Trailer Featuring Tom Hardy!

The New Venom Trailer Featuring Tom Hardy!

At that point, Hardy transforms into Venom - a much-larger gooey alien symbiote with massive powers who quickly kills his attackers. Sony Pictures is pushing forward with plans to launch a cinematic universe filled of Spider-Man characters.

We'll tell you one thing - we combed through this trailer, and there's neither sight nor sound of either Tom Holland's Peter Parker, Woody Harrelson, or Carnage, despite persistent rumors regarding the inclusion of all of the above. Watch it below and check out the new poster in the gallery underneath as well.

The first teaser that came out a couple of months back didn't give us a proper glimpse of Hardy as Venom.

Director Ruben Fleischer was also on hand for the presentation, as were Williams and Ahmed - both noting that it was the first time that they've appeared in a superhero movie. The film has been directed by Ruben Fleischer, and is now in post-production, ahead of its October 5 release date.

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It added that the collected samples will be transported to the OPCW laboratories in Rijswijk, the Netherlands for analysis. The OPCW says it will evaluate the situation and consider future steps, including another possible visit to the site.

Twitter user @Mister_Batfleck shared the brief leaked footage today ahead of Sony's Cinema Con panel. If you know the Spider-Man lore, you would know that Venom is considered as one of Spider-Man's greatest nemeses. "As Stan Lee said, it's really true that anyone can wear the mask".

Up until a few minutes ago, I believed that two movies that will be released this year were in dire straits. It is interesting to note that in the clip Venom refers to the human/symbiote merged creature as "we" as he does in the comics.

If the character sounds kind of familiar, you may recall that he's frequently associated with Spider-Man - Topher Grace played a version of him in 2007's Spider-Man 3.


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