Tom Hardy Says Up To 40 Minutes Of Mad Puppeteering and Dark Comedy Scenes Cut From ‘Venom’
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Venom hits theaters this weekend, but it already looks like fans and audiences will be missing out on a lot of material from the Lethal Protector’s standalone film.

During the film’s press junket, Tom Hardy, who plays the title character, revealed that there’s over 40 minutes of his favorite footage that have been cut out from the film. This includes, in his words, “mad puppeteering scenes” and “dark comedy scenes.” More on the story below.

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Sony Wants To Bring More Diversity To Their Spider-Man Spinoff Films
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Venom is considered to be the starting point for Sony’s Spider-Man-less Universe. It’s a superhero world where Spider-Man supporting characters, villains, and anti-heroes exist, but without the Webslinger. Don’t worry, many are still trying to wrap their heads around the idea that such a shared universe could work. But the studio believes they have something on their hands, as noted by the announcements of titles like Morbius, starring Jared Leto, and Kraven The Hunter, which is being penned by Richard Wenk.

But Sony has even bigger plans for this developing universe. According to new reports, they are making an effort to bring in more diversity and inclusiveness to it. This includes splitting Silver and Black, the Black Cat and Silver Sable spinoff from Love and Basketball director Gina Prince-Bythewood, into two standalone films. Additionally, the studio has announced plans for Silk, Jackpot, and Nightwatch films that would feature a Korean-American webslinger and an African-American superhero on the big screen. More on the story below.

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‘Venom’ Trailer: Tom Hardy Has A Little Separation Anxiety With His Alien Parasite
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Sony Pictures has released the third and final trailer for Venom.

The latest releases comes just a few short days after the film had a panel at the San Diego Comic-Con. Of course, their reaction may not be the best barometer. But still, if you are looking for an alien symbiote bonding to a human, Venom may just be your film. Check out the latest trailer below.

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New ‘Venom’ Image: Tom Hardy’s Title Character Gives Us A Toothy Grin
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Here’s a new image you might want to sink your teeth into. Just ahead of its panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Sony has dropped new images from Venom, their first Spider-Man-Less spinoff.

While many have questioned if a universe full of supporting Spider-Man characters, villains, and anti-heroes can work, its titles are attracting some talent. For Venom, the talent doesn’t get any bigger than Tom Hardy, who plays the title character. Now before we get to see more from the film at SDCC this week check out the new image, along with what Hardy and director Ruben Fleischer had to say about the film, below.

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‘Venom’ Director Ruben Fleischer Gives A Vague Response To Venom And Spider-Man Crossover
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If you are still questioning whether or not a film universe full of Spider-Man villains and supporting characters could work without Spider-Man himself, don’t worry, we are too. Venom will still be a story about Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) and his relationship with the alien symbiote. And yet, we know none of that would have ever happened without Spider-Man. But as Marvel and Sony agreed to keep those two worlds separate, it looks like Sony plans on expanding the Spider-Man-less universe by having Venom appear in other films.

Director Ruben Fleischer took some time off his busy schedule to talk about Venom, and he dropped some hints about the character’s future and possible cameos. More on the story, below.

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