VENOM Director Says An Unrated Version Is Possible And Reveals Whether Fans Should Stay Through The Credits

VENOM Director Says An Unrated Version Is Possible And Reveals Whether Fans Should Stay Through The Credits

VENOM Director Says An Unrated Version Is Possible And Reveals Whether Fans Should Stay Through The Credits

In a new interview, Venom director Ruben Fleischer weighs in on the possibility of an unrated version of the movie being released on DVD and Blu-ray and drops some hints about an after-credits scene...

Earlier today, we learned that Venom will indeed be PG-13. That came as a huge blow to comic book fans hoping to see the Symbiote embark on an R-Rated adventure but it was to be expected as Sony look to maximise profits by any means necessary. Sure, the likes of Logan and Deadpool 2 have proved that R-Rated superhero movies can be a hit but they probably didn't have Venom's huge CGI budget! 

Regardless, during a recent interview, director Ruben Fleischer was asked about the possibility of releasing an unrated version of Venom on home release and responded, "I wouldn't rule anything out. We'll have to see where it lands, I guess, but I wouldn't rule anything out." Well, that's frustratingly vague but it does at least leave the door open to a darker, more adult orientated take on the antihero.

In an unrelated piece of news, speculation is obviously running rampant that we'll be introduced to Cletus Kasady in the movie, a character better known as Carnage. Chances are he'll show up in an after-credits scene and Fleischer made it clear that fans shouldn't leave the 
theater when they start rolling. "I think it would be a mistake of any superhero movie not to stay through the credits," he teased.
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