Rumor Has It That There Won't Be Much of Venom in the Upcoming VENOM Movie
A new rumor has surfaced regarding Tom Hardy's upcoming Venom movie and if it proves to be true, fans probably won't be happy. According to Manabyte.com, Venom is reportedly hardly in the film.
I hope that's not the case! The first trailer that was released for the film saw a lot of backlash from fans. Not just because there was no Venom, but it just wasn't an interesting trailer. It looked like a trailer you might see for a generic thriller. This is all just a rumor at this point, but just in case...
The untested site reports that according to an alleged plot break down that’s being spread around, "the majority of the movie sees the symbiote manifest itself via veins on Brock’s arms, tendrils, additional arms, and a shield during a car chase. The plot spoilers match up with scenes in the teaser trailer exactly, so what it’s saying is plausible."
If audiences don't see Tom Hardy go full on Venom... I can't help but think that fans are gonna be pissed. After that first trailer that was released, though, it's not hard to imagine that Hardy won't go full on Venom until the end of the film, and that's what the report says happens:
The worst thing about it is that you do not see the actual Venom suit until the very end of the movie when the symbiote forms it around Brock to fight the big bad government villain who is also using a symbiote from space.
The report also goes on to say that there are multiple symbiotes in the story. Three of them to be exact. There's "the Venom one, the one the villain uses, and a third that seemingly kills the first person it bonds with."
Again, this is only a rumor, but if it turns out to be true, remember that even if Venom isn't in the film that much, as long as the film has a solid story, it could still turn out to be a great movie.
Hardy is joined by Michelle Williams (The Greatest Showman), Riz Ahmed (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Jenny Slate (Zootopia) and Woody Harrelson (True Detective).
Venom is being directed by Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland, Gangster Squad) from a script written by Scott Rosenberg (Pain & Gain, Jumanji) and Jeff Pinkner (The Amazing Spider-Man 2). The movie is set to be released on October 5, 2018.