SOLO Actor Woody Harrelson Says His Role In VENOM Is Small But Promises A Return For The Sequel

SOLO Actor Woody Harrelson Says His Role In VENOM Is Small But Promises A Return For The Sequel

SOLO Actor Woody Harrelson Says His Role In VENOM Is Small But Promises A Return For The Sequel

Though the identity of Woody Harrelson's character in Venom is still unknown, the actor has revealed his role is an extremely small one and that he will return for a potential sequel to the Sony film...

Despite the release of a teaser trailer and one full trailer, there are still some mysteries surrounding Ruben Fleischer’s Venom. Chief among them is the identity of Woody Harrelson’s character in the Sony film.

As a result, many have been speculating about the nature of the actor’s role in the Tom Hardy-led movie. Just recenly, rumors pointed to Harrelson portraying the psychotic supervillain Carnage. While he didn’t go so far as to reveal whether that’s the case, Harrelson did speak briefly with Collider about the film.

“Well, you know, Ruben Fleischer did Zombieland, directed it, so that was a big part of it,” Harrelson said, explaining why he signed on to star in Venom. “And also, Tom Hardy, I really respect and think he’s one of the great actors. So that, coupled with what is a really wonderful script, I felt like I kind of should, you know?”

The Solo: A Star Wars Story star then went on to describe how much of a presence he will have in the movie and whether his character will appear in a possible sequel.


“I’m just … I’m in a little fraction of this movie, but I’ll be in the next one, you know? So I haven’t read that script, but anyways, just rolled the dice.”

Though far from a confirmation, this will surely fuel speculation that the War for the Planet of the Apes actor will bring Cletus Kasady to life, as reports have suggested the serial killer will only appear for one scene which would set up his role in future entries.
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