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Box Office: ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Races Past $100M Domestically

Sony’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage crossed the $100 million mark on Tuesday at the North American box office in another win for Sony and director Andy Serkis. The sequel achieved the feat in five days to finish Tuesday with a domestic total of $102.1 million. Venom 2 scored a massive victory for the film […]

Where ‘Venom’ Goes After That Mid-Credits Scene

[This story contains spoilers for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.] Venom has once again made a bond with audiences, and if the weekend’s box office predictions hold, a third installment is guaranteed. Venom: Let There Be Carnage certainly leaves the door open for more symbiote stories to be told. Tom Hardy has expressed his eagerness […]

Andy Serkis on ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ and That Mid-Credits Scene

[This interview contains spoilers for Venom: Let There Be Carnage.] When Tom Hardy was searching for a director to helm Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the sequel to his 2018 hit Venom, he knew he needed someone who had the utmost expertise in bringing CG characters to life. So he called the world’s foremost authority […]

‘Venom’ and the Return of the Superhero B-Movie

In an age where so many superhero-centric comic book adaptations take great pains to ease audiences into the weird nature of their source material, and gently encourage a certain forgetfulness about how gonzo those properties once were, Venom: Let There Be Carnage shoves it down audiences’ throats with a manic gleefulness. If the first film […]

Box Office: ‘Venom 2’ Slithers to Huge $37.3M Friday

In a boost for the big-screen experience, Venom: Let There Be Carnage hissed loudly with $37.3 million at the Friday box office, the second-best opening day of the COVID-19 era behind the $39.5 million earned by Black Widow. That means that Venom 2, made by Sony in association with Marvel Studios, is almost assured of […]

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’: Film Review

Woody Harrelson joins Tom Hardy in Andy Serkis’ Marvel sequel, and is given an alter ego even more violent than Hardy’s Venom.

“Fun and Madness:” How Tom Hardy Shaped ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’

More than a decade ago, there was a crisis on the set of Bronson, the crime drama starring a then-unknown Tom Hardy. An actor had dropped out at the last minute, leaving Hardy without a scene partner for a now-signature moment in the 2008 film. The Bronson team scrambled to find a solution, and settled […]

Tom Hardy “Would Do Anything” to Make MCU Spider-Man and Venom Crossover Happen

Tom Hardy is hopeful that Sony and Marvel Studios may be able to make a live-action Spider-verse crossover between Venom and Tom Holland’s Peter Parker. Speaking to Esquire, the Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Mad Max star admitted he’s been actively trying to make a crossover between the two movies happen. “I would be remiss if I wasn’t […]

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Looks to Push Genre Boundaries

“I’ve been thinking about you, Eddie.” The same can be said for fans who have been anticipating footage from the Venom sequel since rumors circulated of a Super Bowl spot. Chaos reigns in the first trailer for Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the follow-up to the 2018 hit, Venom, which kicked off Sony’s […]

‘Venom​: Let There Be Carnage’ Drops Intense First Trailer

Venom​: Let There Be Carnage has arrived with its first trailer that dropped Monday — and the preview is intense with some movements of levity. About three minutes long, the first look at the Sony-Marvel film showcases Eddie Brock’s (Tom Hardy) life with Venom and how they have something of a Seymour-Audrey II Little Shop […]

Angelina Jolie to Direct Don McCullin Biopic ‘Unreasonable Behaviour’ for Working Title

Angelina Jolie has signed on to direct Unreasonable Behaviour, a biopic about the legendary British war photographer Sir Don McCullin, based on his critically acclaimed autobiography of the same title.

Josh Trank on Making Peace With Negative ‘Capone’ Reviews

'Capone' filmmaker Josh Trank reveals why he is OK with negative reviews to his Tom Hardy movie.