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Venom: Does Spider-Man’s Symbiote Enemy Even Matter Anymore?

Spoier Warning: The following article contains major spoilers for Amazing Spider-Man: Venom Inc. Omega #1 by Mike Costa, Dan Slott, Ryan Stegman and Gerardo Sandoval. On sale now!

We’ve reached the end of the six-issue crossover “Venom Inc,” which saw the return of Venom, the birth of a new Anti-Venom and the rise and fall of a new symbiote menace: Maniac. When Lee Price manages to tear the symbiote away from Mania, he uses its mind-controlling abilities to conquer the criminal underworld. He would have succeeded, too, if not for the intervention of that meddling crew of Spider-Man, Venom, Flash Thomson, Mania and Black Cat. Ultimately, not even the gargantuan form Price amassed in the end, could stave off his defeat. After the climactic battle, the members of the unlikely superhero team went their separate ways.
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The Week in Spandex – Avengers: Infinity War, Black Widow, Thor 4, Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, Shazam, Flashpoint, Gotham City Sirens, Hellboy, Spawn and more

In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers 4, Thor 4, Black Panther, Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, Venom, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Black Widow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Cloak & Dagger, The Punisher, X-Men, Wolverine, The Gifted, Justice League, Shazam, Flashpoint, Gotham City Sirens, The Batman, Supergirl, The Flash, Black Lightning, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham, Titans, Watchmen, Hitman, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, Superman: Red Son, Hellboy, Spawn, The Umbrella Academy, The Boys, The Tick and more…

With the release of this year’s hugely-anticipated Avengers: Infinity War drawing closer, Marvel has unveiled a new international trailer for the superhero blockbuster [watch it here], while we’ve also got some concept art showcasing the redesigned Hulkbuster 2.0 armor [check it out here, but beware of a Hulkbuster-related spoiler], as well as comments from co-director Joe Russo, who discussed Steve Rogers’ role in the movie and whether we’ll see him as Nomad: ““Our
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Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Is Casting a Femme Fatale, Is It Black Cat?

Reports popped up a few months ago that Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 was looking to cast a European actress that many assumed would be a different spin on the Gwen Stacy character. However, a new report reveals that the role is actually for a mysterious femme fatale character, which could be the first possible pieces of the storyline for the upcoming sequel. Sony and Marvel have brought back director Jon Watts to helm the project that now has a working title of The Fall of George.

The Hashtag Show recently confirmed that Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 will begin shooting this spring in either Germany or the U.K., ahead of the 2019 release. In addition, they have reportedly confirmed that Sony is looking to cast a European actress for a femme fatale-type of role. According to their source, Sony is looking for an actress in her mid-twenties to take on the part. As previously noted,
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Marvel rumoured to be casting a “femme fatale” for Spider-Man: Homecoming 2

Earlier this week it was revealed that Marvel, Sony and director Jon Watts are looking to head to Europe for the as-yet-untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, with the production reportedly set to shoot in the UK and Germany.

This followed earlier rumours that Marvel was auditioning European actresses for the role of Gwen Stacy, prompting speculation that the students of Midtown High could be embarking on some kind of foreign exchange trip which takes Spidey out of New York City.

Well, adding further fuel to that is a new rumour from That Hashtag Show, which suggests that casting is underway for a European actress in her 20s to portray a new “femme fatale” character.

The site goes on to speculate that this could potentially be a reimagined version of Gwen Stacy, or another character entirely, such as Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman or perhaps even Felicia Hardy/Black Cat or Silver Sablinova/Silver Sable,
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Preview of X-Men: Blue Annual #1

Marvel Comics launches the new story arc ‘Poison-x’ in X-Men: Blue Annual #1 this coming Wednesday, and you can take a look at a preview of the issue here…

In the far reaches of space, the Poisons attack the Marvel Universe – but who exactly are these new enemies, and what destruction are they planning to unleash on Earth? This is just the beginning of Poisons diabolical plot to overthrow the Marvel Universe…and it requires an unexpected team-up! This January, the Children of the Atom will join forces with Eddie Brock for a 6-part crossover that begins in X-men Blue Annual #1!

First seen in Venomverse, the Poisons pose a threat that can only be stopped by the X-Men – and Venom. When the X-Men drag Venom into space for help, it turns out that they’re going to need to save the universe from something a little scarier than their own troubles,
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Tom Hardy’s Old Rap Mixtape Has Surfaced Online, Allowing You to Finally Listen to ‘Dr Livingstoned’ in All Its Glory

Tom Hardy’s Old Rap Mixtape Has Surfaced Online, Allowing You to Finally Listen to ‘Dr Livingstoned’ in All Its Glory
Before he was Bronson, Bane, or Venom, Tom Hardy was simply Tommy No 1, an aspiring rapper from Hammersmith, London. Fans of the Academy Award–nominated actor who’ve found themselves wondering about his hip-hop roots have long had their curiosity go unsatisfied, but no longer: Hardy’s mixtape “Falling on Your Arse in 1999” has finally made its way to Bandcamp. That’s a big deal…for you.

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Featuring such unsung classics as “People Like to Boogie,” “Dr Livingstoned,” and “Rotton Cocksuckers Ball,” the 18-track project was, per its description, “made in a bedroom” and “never really finished.” Tracy, also known as Eddie Too Tall, is a TV writer/director. Here’s the full tracklist for “Falling on Your Arse in 1999”:

“We Makes the Beats (Hairy mix)” “Rusty Sheriff’s Badge” “Treason” “Wiser” “Across the
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Venom Rumor Update - Tom Holland's Peter Parker Might Appear in the Film Not Spider-Man

As many of you have already read, a rumor recently surfaced regarding Spider-Man and how he would be appearing in Tom Hardy's upcoming Venom. Well, the source behind that rumor, Jon Schnepp, is now doubling down on his scoop, but there is a little change to it. He originally said:

"I'm gonna say it right here on this show, Spider-Man is gonna be in Venom. For the last couple months, we've been talking about Venom, we've been hearing about how Sony's keeping it all separated. Spider-Man's in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but every other character that's in the Spider-Man universe is separate."

Now in a recent episode of Collider Heroes, he remained confident that Tom Holland is going to be in the movie, but not as Spider-Man, this time he says he will show up just as Peter Parker. Here's what he said:

"Tom Holland was on set
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Latest Halloween Casting Call Points To A Famous Sanitarium

You’ve heard of it, haven’t you? Smith’s Grove Warren County Sanitarium? It’s the fictional psychiatric hospital where Michael Myers was incarcerated for killing his little sister in Halloween, thus spawning a horror legacy that continues to enthrall fans to this day.

Case in point: David Gordan Green’s all-star reboot. Scheduled to arrive on October 19th of this year – how very fitting – the Halloween sequel heralds the return of Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode. She’s now a loving grandmother, with Judy Greer and Andi Matichak expected to play Karen Strode and the film’s young lead, respectively.

That’s exciting in and of itself, as it ensures 2018’s Halloween will be a multi-generational affair. But according to a newly-uncovered casting call, Green’s follow-up, one which ignores all other sequels in favor of John Carpenter’s original, is headed to Smith’s Grove Warren County Sanitarium.
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New Venom Rumors Tease The Appearance Of Another Villain

As Marvel tries to get its story straight regarding whether or not Spider-Man will be appearing in the upcoming Venom film, another rumor has surfaced that the villain Carnage may finally make his big screen debut! The rumor came from leading man Tom Hardy, who uploaded the following image to Instagram, and then swiftly deleted it:

Now, Hardy might've just seen some fan art depicting him as Venom and shared it because he thought it was badass, completely oblivious to the fact that the character above him looked a lot like Carnage. It's also possible someone at Marvel saw this, rung him up, explained why him sharing this was problematic and that some people will interpret it as Carnage appearing in the film. This is why it's a rumor, we don't really know why these things happen until someone explains it or the film is released. 

In either case, I
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Could Tom Holland’s Spider-Man be making an appearance in Venom after all?

Author: Zehra Phelan

For months we have been told that in no way will Tom Holland’s Spider-Man be making an appearance in Venom. News to the contrary has emerged from the mouth of documentary director Jon Schnepp.

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Speaking on Collider’s Movie Talk, The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? director stated that Holland’s Spider-Man will be making an appearance;

“Spider-Man is going to be in Venom. 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. All I’m saying is that Spider-Man – and I’m talking about Tom Holland’s Spider-Man – is going to be in Venom.”

Tom Hardy leads the cast as Eddie Brock, who in the comics was a photographer; Brock later becomes Venom after bonding with a Symbiote.
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Rumour: The Venom movie will include Peter Parker, Not Spider-Man

Earlier this week it was rumored that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man may, in fact, be making a cameo in the upcoming Venom solo film starring Tom Hardy. This rumor has fueled hope in many fans, as one of the biggest complaints levelled against the film is the lack of Spidey. This would allow the film to finally give fans something that they have wanted for some time: Spider-Man facing off against his greatest foe on the big screen in a film that isn’t called Spider-Man 3.

Well, not so fast. While there is a rumor that Tom Holland will be making an appearance, there is no guarantee that we will see him as Spider-Man. Talking on an episode of Collider Heroes, Jon Schnepp — who made the initial rumor — clarifies what he meant from Tom Holland making an appearance:

“Tom Holland was on set filming scenes on Venom for at
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Is Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Going to Appear in the ‘Venom’ Film?

Sony Picture’s Venom film will hit theaters later this year and just a week ago, the studio released the first pic from the film which stars Tom Hardy. This week a new rumor has broken out about the film and it involves Venom’s rival hero, Spider-Man.

According to Jon Schnepp of Collider, Spider-Man will appear in the upcoming villain spin-off film. In a video released on youtube, Schnepp claims that he knows this news but says he will not say how he knows. (The typical inside scoop reporting). He even goes as far to say that it will be Holland‘s version of the web-shooter that will be in the film. The group of pop culture enthusiasts begin to talk about the Venom film around the 1:30 mark of the video.

(Update)

In an even newer video from Collider, Schnepp calls out everyone that tells him that it
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Peter Parker Won't Suit Up as Spider-Man in Venom?

Sony's highly-anticipated Venom is still in production, and an interesting wrinkle was presented yesterday, when it was revealed that Tom Holland's Spider-Man will in fact be featured in this spin-off. There had been numerous instances where it was stated that Spidey would not be showcased in this movie, and it seems that's actually true, according to a new report. During an episode of the Collider Heroes podcast, host Jon Schnepp revealed that Tom Holland was in fact filming scenes on the Venom set, but as Peter Parker, not Spider-Man.

"Tom Holland was on set filming scenes on Venom for at least two days as Peter Parker. Okay, so I'm not saying Spider-Man is in the film. When I say Tom Holland's Spider-Man is in the film, I'm saying Peter Parker is in the film. This is a cameo. I don't know what it is. I didn't read the script.
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Tom Holland Is In Venom, But As Peter Parker, Not Spider-Man

Is there another in-development comic book movie that’s garnered the same level of buzz as Venom?

With the exception of Avengers: Infinity War, Sony and Ruben Fleischer’s Spider-Man spinoff has been placed under such an intense spotlight that it seems like we’re never too far away from the next piece of content – leaked or otherwise. And sure enough, we’ve now got yet another update.

If you recall, the internet lost it yesterday when producer/director John Schnepp claimed that Tom Holland would be showing up in Venom. Given how many times we’ve heard that the project would be completely separate from the McU, and that Spidey would not be involved, most people called him out, saying he was completely wrong with his scoop. Now, he’s clarifying things.

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Rumor Roundup: Tom Holland's Spider-Man in 'Venom'? Ewan McGregor's Obi-Wan in 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'?

Rumor Roundup: Tom Holland's Spider-Man in 'Venom'? Ewan McGregor's Obi-Wan in 'Solo: A Star Wars Story'?
Is Hollywood trying to keep some big secrets? Are fan sites just trying to stir up attention? Either way, these three major rumors are circulating on the web this week: Is Spider-Man in Venom? How do you create Venom as a character without Spider-Man? We shall see when Sony's eponymous Venom hits theaters this fall. Or maybe the villain-turned-antihero's origins will be the same as in the comics after all. According to filmmaker Jon Schnepp (The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened?), who has nothing to do with Venom, mind you, but has his sources: “Spider-Man is going to be in Venom. For the last couple of months, we’ve been hearing how Sony is keeping it all separated, and Spider-Man is in the Marvel...

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Venom: Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Tom Holland Reportedly Spotted on Set

Spider-Man: Homecoming star Tom Holland was reportedly spotted on the set of Sony’s upcoming Venom movie as Peter Parker, not his webhead alter ego.

According to Jon Schnepp in an episode of Collider Heroes, “Tom Holland was on set filming scenes on Venom for at least two days as Peter Parker.” He went on to clarify that “I’m not saying Spider-Man is in the film. When I say Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is in the film, I’m saying Peter Parker is in the film.”
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Tom Holland Spotted on the Set of ‘Venom.’  Despite Marvel’s Assurances, Is the Tom Hardy Movie in the McU?

Anybody who’s been paying attention to the state of blockbuster cinema for the last decade has noticed what a tangled web the Marvel movie rights are. Because of their 1990’s bankruptcy and need to quickly recoup their losses from the comic book crash of the same decade, they sold off the film rights to all of their most valuable intellectual properties, leaving them with what, at the time, were considered the dregs. But they were a comic publisher, not a movie studio (at least at the time), so what did they care? This is how Marvel franchises were scattered to

Tom Holland Spotted on the Set of ‘Venom.’ Despite Marvel’s Assurances, Is the Tom Hardy Movie in the McU?
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"Venom" Set Footage

Sneak Peek leaked footage of actor Tom Hardy ("Mad Max: Fury Road") on the set of director Ruben Fleischer's Columbia Pictures' feature "Venom" based on Marvel Comics' 6-issue series, "Venom: Lethal Protector" (1993), that will include a cameo by actor Tom Holland aka 'Peter Parker'/'Spider-Man':

"...in the original Marvel Comics' story, 'Venom' makes an agreement with 'Spider-Man' that they will leave each other alone...

"...on the condition that Venom commits no crimes.

"Venom then moves from New York City to San Francisco, and takes up with a group of Californian 'mole people'.

"Shortly thereafter the father of one of Venom's victims seeks him out with a group of super-powered mercenaries to take revenge. Venom then has to take on offspring of the 'Venom Symbiote, including 'Carnage'..."

'Cletus Kasady' aka 'Carnage', debuted in Marvel Comics' "The Amazing Spider-Man" #344 (March 1991) followed
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Rumor: Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Will Cameo In ‘Venom’

So far, we’ve been getting mixed messages about how connected “Venom” will be Sony‘s Marvel affiliated live-action Spider-Man series, which was launched last summer with “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Kevin Feige stated plainly that the R-rated movie is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, producer Amy Pascal has said the complete opposite, while sitting right beside (an admittedly shocked) Feige.

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Eddie Encounters Scott Haze’s Mystery Villain In Yet Another Venom Set Video

Is there another in-development comic book movie that’s garnered the same level of buzz as Venom?

With the exception of Avengers: Infinity War, Sony and Ruben Fleischer’s Spider-Man spinoff has been placed under such an intense spotlight that it seems like we’re never too far away from the next piece of content – leaked or otherwise. And sure enough, celebrity news agency Backgrid has uncovered the latest reel of footage that shows Eddie Brock writhing around in agony on the streets of Atlanta.

Dressed in civvies and looking a little worse for wear, Tom Hardy’s famous anti-hero is then faced with Scott Haze, whose mysterious villain appears to threaten Eddie before Ruben Fleischer yells “cut!” It’s admittedly a little blurry, but see if you can spot any story clues from the embedded clip.

Our guess? Hardy is beginning to feel the effects of the symbiote, and
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