Venom trailer: Tom Hardy goes through brutal transformation in terrifying teaser


However, we're started to be a bit more hopeful with the new trailer that has been released. Though it's still not 100% clear if the film will exist within or adjacent to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Venom's comic book influences are clear from that first official trailer.

Hot of the heels of that brand new trailer, Sony has also released a new poster for the release of their upcoming Spider-Man spinoff featuring the fearsome symbiote.

The spot opens with Hardy as a go-getter journalist trying to a bag a big story about Dr. Carlton Drake, played by Riz Ahmed.

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Venom will be out in theaters on October 5.

Ruben Fleischer directs the film, with his cast that also includes Woody Harrelson, Michelle Williams, Jenny Slate and Scott Haze. While this still could be true, given the fact this clip leaked, it's more than likely Venom will be showing up for much more than just 2 minutes during the final fight. The same character was next seen in Spider-Man 3 and was portrayed by actor Topher Grace.

Earlier this year a Venom teaser was released, which did not receive pleasant feedback because of the lack of this character, and too much Eddie Brock. However, the trailer that came out some time back not only shows the origins of Eddie Brock as Venom, but it also establishes his superpowers and his insane dual personality. This is something Sony Pictures Entertainment learned the hard way with 2016's Ghostbusters: Answer the Call. What better way than to tease them with a pretty solid looking Venom courtesy of Tom Hardy. These movies, The Predator and Venom, had up until today done nothing to encourage my opinion to the contrary.