This "Spider-Man: No Way Home" moment may have been one of Marvel's worst kept secrets, but it's guaranteed to get your spider sense tingling when it happens.
Stars Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Naomie Harris and director Andy Serkis talk new sequel "Venom: Let There Be Carnage."
Just in time for the sequel "Venom: Let There Be Carnage," Marvel and Hasbro team up for throw-back version of iconic anti-hero.
The Venom sequel is the latest potential 2020 blockbuster to get moved to next year due to the coronavirus pandemic, as Venom: Let There Be Carnage is pushed back a full eight months. The post VENOM Sequel Gets New Title, Moves Release Date appeared first on Nerdist.
Sony's "Venom" sequel -- officially titled "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" -- has delayed its big screen debut. The film was expected to hit theaters Oct. 2, 2020, and will instead launch eight months later on June 25, 2021. "Venom" occupied the spot previously vacated by Robert Pattinson's "The Batman," which Warner Bros. recently moved […]
EXCLUSIVE: It looks like Carnage will have company in Sony's upcoming Venom sequel. The Marvel Comics character called Shriek has been incorporated into the plot of the Venom sequel (due in theaters on Oct. 2, 2020), according to two sources close to the project. A Sony spokesman declined comment, citing the early-days status of the project, which won't […]
With "Spider-Man: Far From Home" crossing the $1 billion worldwide box-office milestone, Sony is now looking to get the "Venom" sequel off the ground and executives recently met with a handful of new directing candidates. Sources tell Variety that Andy Serkis, "Bumblebee" director Travis Knight and Rupert Wyatt are among the directors meeting for the […]
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Hide the lobsters, Venom is coming back for seconds. A follow-up to the comic-book blockbuster starring Tom Hardy is in the works, according to Variety, with Sony bringing back writer Kelly Marcel to pen the sequel script and act as executive producer. Tom Hardy is expected to be back in the title role for Venom sequel.
A white-hot October at the box office is about to end, and the film that started that success, Sony’s “Venom,” just passed a major milestone with over $508 million grossed worldwide after four weekends in theaters. If compared to other superhero films, this doesn’t seem like an impressive milestone, as every Marvel Cinematic Universe film since 2012 has crossed that mark, with 10 of them crossing $750 million globally.
“Halloween” continues to rule the final days of October, as the Universal/Blumhouse sequel stays atop the box office charts with $32 million grossed in its second weekend. With a 10-day total of $126 million, the film already ranks third among all Blumhouse releases and should easily pass the theatrical run of “Split” ($138.2 million) for the No. 2 spot this coming week, especially with Halloween night providing a big midweek boost. Also Read: 'Halloween' Is a Hit, But How Big Will It Be Outside America?
Eminem performed the title track to the Marvel movie “Venom” from high atop the Empire State Building on Monday, and it all had something to do with a smartphone. Mid-music video, the “Kamikaze” rapper ran into “Jimmy Kimmel Live” security guard Guillermo in the big building’s elevator, when Slim Shady dropped some solid knowledge about the New York City landmark’s architecture.
The unlikely dynamic duo of “Venom” and “A Star Is Born” have livened up the fall moviegoing season with the best October weekend of all time in North America. Tom Hardy’s superhero tale “Venom” grabbed $80 million at 4,250 sites for Sony and Marvel while the Lady Gaga-starring remake of “A Star Is Born” earned […]
As the symbiotic anti-hero hits theaters, we break down the big Easter eggs and explain how a potential "Venom 2" is all set up.
While Tom Hardy's son might have convinced dad to take on the role, he wasn't exactly thrilled by the results. But he has some ideas for a "Venom" sequel.
A feud is born. On Oct. 5, two films will premiere: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born” and Tom Hardy’s “Venom.” Despite the fact that “A Star Is Born” has already drummed up significant hype, garnering a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and awards buzz, Gaga’s fan base is apparently taking it […]
The actor tells MTV he leans more towards "gratuitous ultra-violence" than kid-friendly PG-13 action when it comes to his new movie.
Ruben Fleischer's Sony tentpole is expected to bring in big business at the box office next month.
Sony’s Marvel title <em>Silver & Black </em>isn’t moving forward, but will be split up into two separate movies. The original movie was to revolve around Silver Sable, the boss of a war criminal bounty org, and burglar Black Cat. The first title will likely be Black Cat. It is also expected that Gina Prince-Bythewood, the writer and director of <em>Silver & Black, </em>will depart, but still produce the separate films. If she leaves, the studio will reportedly hire another female director…