Venom

Venom Venom is a fictional extraterrestrial life form appearing in Marvel Comics. The creature is a sentient alien Symbiote, with a gooey, almost liquid-like form, and requires a host to bond with for its survival. In return the Venom creature gives its host enhanced powers the most obvious of which are modelled after its first host (Spider-Man). Venom's first appearance in a motion picture was originally planned for a titular film written by David S. Goyer and produced by New Line Cinema, in which Venom would have been portrayed as an antihero and Carnage as the antagonist. Goyer said in an interview the film rights to Venom ultimately reverted to Sony. Venom appears as one of the main antagonists in the 2007 feature film Spider-Man 3, played by Topher Grace. In July 2007, Avi Arad revealed a spin-off was in the works. In September 2008, Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese signed on to write, while Gary Ross will direct. Variety reported that Venom will become an anti-hero, and Marvel Entertainment will produce the film. With the aquisition of Marvel by Disney and the decision to reboot the Spider-Man franchise, plans for Venom have been on hold.
Director Alex Kurtzman offers an update on the current status of Ed Solomon's screenplay for The Amazing Spider-Man spin-off, and then shares his thoughts on what went into making the decision about which character will be wearing the symbiote in Venom. Check it out!
Well, it appears that the mention of Cletus Kasady in that Daily Bugle viral may have meant something after all, as The Amazing Spider-Man 2 producers Matt Tolmach and Avi Arad have now strongly hinted at an appearance from Carnage in the planned spin-off for Venom. Check it out!
In the following video interview at the world premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, producer Matt Tolmach comments on the chances of Spider-Man appearing in Sinister Six or Venom, while also addressing a crossover with The Avengers and...a heroic Sinister Six?!
IMDb has apparently released a sypnosis for the venom movie, check it out for yourself. But the most interesting thing is that it's writen by Marvel.
Three men (not including original host Peter Parker) have worn the symbiote for any serious amount of time over the years; Eddie Brock, Mac Gargan and Flash Thompson. Which of them would you like to see in Alex Kurtzman and Sony's planned spin-off? Here's your chance to let us know!
As a Venom solo film has been announced the time for speculation has arisen. While many fans explore the possibilities I will like to greatly take that advantage at hand to say the possibilities are endless, read on fans!
In news which shocked just about everybody, Sony announced earlier this week that they are moving ahead not only with a third instalment of The Amazing Spider-Man, but also spin-offs featuring The Sinister Six and Venom. Here's your chance to tell us how you feel about the news!
How i would like to see Venom in his own movie.
Spider-Man's #1 fan sees his ongoing series come to an end. Read on for details.
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" screenwriters Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci about whether they've met with Sony to discuss the character appearing in Marc Webb's Spider-Man franchise or in a solo feature film.
From the creators of that sweet Punisher: Dirty Laundry short that starred Thomas Jane, comes Truth in Journalism, a short about the marvel anti-hero Venom. Check out the poster after the jump. Now with video.
Dane DeHaan (Chronicle) recently discussed his upcoming role as Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, commenting on everything from Venom to Felicity Jones. Hit the jump to check it out!
At San Diego Comic Con, Crave Online spoke with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 producer, Matt Tolmach. During the discussion the Venom solo movie was brought up. Check it out.
In an interview with Collider the Zombieland duo discuss their "realistic, grounded, dark" script for the Spider-Man spin-off which is unlikely to see the light of day. They also describe what would have been a pretty cool scene from the movie..
Flash Thompson As Venom? The Amazing Spider-Man actor Chris Zylka certainly hopes so. Which version will Sony ultimately go with, any Eddie Brock fans out there?
Avi Arad and Matthew Tolmach have offered fans an update on Sony's Venom spin-off, confirming that it will feature Eddie Brock as the host of the symbiote, but may not be set in the same universe as Spider-Man's latest solo film even though they will "make sense with one another."
Chronicle director Josh Trank has signed on to helm a big screen adaptation of Sony's epic Shadow Of The Colossus video game. However, the same report mention that he's still working on Fantastic Four and Venom. Read on for details.
Sony wants Trank for Venom, Fox reportedly wants him for their Fantastic Four reboot, yet it look's like Warner Bros. has won the Josh Trank sweepstakes.
It looks just like eric foreman!!
With rumours surfacing that Josh Trank is in talks to direct a VENOM movie, I speculate about it's involvement, if any, to THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, and how the overall Spidey Franchise could develop.
In my latest editorial, I talk about the upcoming Venom film, a little backstory, how it should be done, and why I think there should be no Eddie Brock, or host for that matter.
These are my thoughts of the Venom movie and what needs to happen for it to be good.
Sounds like a strange question. After all, the more CBMs the better right? But the news that Josh Trank may helm the Spider-Man spin-off was met with a decidedly mixed reaction. Click to give your take..
It seems the Chronicle director will indeed be turning his attention to a CBM next, but not the Fantastic Four reboot. He will be sinking his teeth into Sony's long gestating solo Venom flick..
Remember when Venom used to be cool? Yeah, me too.