Venom stars Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock / Venom, Michelle Williams as Anne Weying, and Riz Ahmed as Dr. Carlton Drake. In the Ruben Fleischer-directed film, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is an investigative journalist who discovers questionable experiments conducted on human test subjects by the Life Foundation.
The footage we see in the trailer focuses on Tom Hardy and we only get a proper look at the Venom creature right at the end.
Venom is crash-landing into theaters and online with a full-fledged trailer, and we've got the latest clip all broken down for your perusal.
Venom comes to cinemas across the United Kingdom on October 5, 2018.
As promised, Sony released the first full-length trailer for the movie at CinemaCon on Monday night. For the last couple of months, we've been hearing how Sony is keeping it all separated, and Spider-Man is in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but every other character that's in the Spider-Man universe is separate. With slick bike racing sequences and superb acting, Hardy pulls off the role of Venom in the two-minute trailer with aplomb.
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It's been a long road while we've waited for the heroic monster in this October's Venom adaptation to rear his tongue, but judging from the first glimpse we've seen of Venom, the wait was absolutely worth it.
Well, this new Venom trailer should please both camps.
Yes indeed, this new trailer shows Venom rather than just Eddie Brock, but not before giving us a little bit of backstory. In Spider-Man 3, Topher Grace's Eddie Brock changes into Venom and plays the guy Peter Parker fights off.