"Ah, now eventually you DO plan to have Venom in your, in your VENOM movie, right?"
At least the poster they released yesterday looks cool. "Maybe it's a break up... an accident".
It seems like Dr. Drake gets a hold of the symbiote after an alien ship crashes on Earth. In it, Spider-Man's most famous villain finds himself starting anew in San Francisco after leaving NY.
The teaser trailer, unfortunately, does not show him transforming into the snarling wall-crawler. A man who comes into contact with an alien Symbiote, he quickly becomes an antagonist for Spider-Man and an individual capable of unleashing terror upon the world.
This is what Venom looks like.
The first teaser dropped Thursday morning, and definitely emphasizes "teaser".
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Visually, the trailer is still the same, and the score set behind Hardy's antics remains unchanged.
The character - known as Venom in his anti-hero form - is a journalist and known antagonist of Spider-Man, and was featured in "Spider-Man 3" as played by Topher Grace.
Crucially, the first shot is of the Golden Gate Bridge, which signals that the film picks up after Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) has moved from NY to San Francisco. While we get a first look at Hardy as Eddie Brock earlier this year, now Sony has released the film's first trailer.
We live in an age of constantly being spoon-fed new trailers, images and news about the latest upcoming movies.
Plot details on the film are now under wraps, though director Ruben Fleischer revealed that the film will be based on the Lethal Protector and Planet of the Symbiotes comic book runs. Sony just released the first teaser for this fall's Venom, and surely fans will be buzzing about it for weeks.