Reporter Eddie Brock develops superpowers after becoming a host to an alien parasite.
Initial release: October 4, 2018 (Brazil)
Director: Ruben Fleischer
Production companies: Sony Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Marvel Entertainment, Pascal Pictures
Producers: Avi Arad, Amy Pascal, Matt Tolmach
Screenplay: Kelly Marcel, Scott Rosenberg, Will Beall, Jeff Pinkner
After the avalanche of trailers of the past two weeks, the studios take a vacation, reducing the volume of advances they have published. This week there is less, but some of them are quite interesting, aimed at an audience that does not look for explosions or special effects.
Among the most interesting of the week is a movie with Michael Caine and Charlie Cox, in which a large bank robbery is organized and based on a true story. Amazon presents a new series in
comedy key, which will arrive for the beginning of the new school year and that will delight the followers of Saturday Night Live. But the real star of the week is Poison, whose new trailer has been published by Sony.
After the avalanche of procedures of the passes of the next weeks, the studies have been received without receiving any reduction, reducing the volume of advances that have been published. This week there is less, but some of them are very interesting, aimed at an audience that does not look for explosions or special effects.
Among the most interesting of the week is a movie with Michael Caine and Charlie Cox, in which you can find a great company in a bank and that is based on a true story. Amazon presents a new series in communication key, which will arrive for the beginning of the new school year and that
will delight the followers of Saturday Night Live. But the real star of the week is Poison, whose new trailer has been published by Sony.
Sony want to squeeze the universe of Spider-Man and it seems that finally have found a way to do that arouses the curiosity of the public. For now they have successfully relaunched the trepamuros with Tom Holland at the head of the franchise and the next step is ‘Venom’, a promising adventure in which Tom Hardy gives life to its peculiar protagonist. Now his final trailer has just appeared – here you can see the previous trailer – spectacular and full of the violence promised by those responsible.
Hardy, who was already Bane under the command of Christopher Nolan, plays in Edom Eddie Brock, a reporter who sees how everything changes forever when merged with an alien symbiote
that takes over both his body and his mind, although Change allows you to acquire superpowers. In comics he is a being who usually occupies the role of villain, but here he becomes a singular antihero. Something unusual so far in the jumps to the big screen of these characters.
BY HOPE CORRIGAN Venom director, Ruben Fleischer has explained why Venom is missing his white spider chest symbol in the upcoming movie.
When asked by IGN about the lack of symbol in San Diego Comic-Con, Ruben explained that a spider would not make sense as this iteration of Venom did not start with Spider-Man.
“If you look at the comics, in Venom, there is just elements of white within his suit.” Because we do not originate from Spider-Man, it makes no sense to put a spider on his chest. as we possibly could, even though some people feel it’s inaccurate, but there is a lot of white and we wanted to
give him a distinctive pattern. “
He went on to explain the white markings have more than just aesthetics, saying “If you have an all-black character, especially in night scenes, I have just kind of disappears. … Since we could not use the Spider-Man symbol, we wanted to give him another graphic element, and those veins that kind of shape to shape on his chest was an original idea that we just thought looked really cool. “
For more about Venom, you can watch another interview with Ruben Fleischer below or check out the new footage we saw at Comic-Con 2018.
San Diego Comic-Con runs from July 19-22, and IGN will be on location to provide you with live coverage from the event. Check out our guide on how to watch Comic-Con 2018 live on IGN, and be sure to bookmark IGN’s SDDC hub page, where you’ll be able to keep up with the big trailer reveals, panel reactions, and more.