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New Venom Trailer Finally Shows Tom Hardy's Full Anti-Hero Transformation

New Venom Trailer Finally Shows Tom Hardy's Full Anti-Hero Transformation

Other footage showed a puzzled Eddie Brock wondering what has happening, then transforming back into the new character. Brock's just fulfilling his journalistic duty of cracking down on evil corporations and their evil scientists (Riz Ahmed), but instead of getting a story, he gets an alien symbiote. Check out the photos below!

Venom will hit theatres on October 5, 2018.

The official trailer for "Spider-Man" spin-off "Venom" debuted Monday at CinemaCon.

Schnepp further reinforced his beliefs since he also noted how Marvel Studios kept saying Spider-Man won't be appearing in Captain America: Civil War, according to Express. Tom Holland now holds the role, as seen in "Spider-Man: Homecoming". That symbiote has a mind of its own, and throughout the trailer, we see Brock and the symbiote conversing about how the enhanced abilities granted by their bond should be used.

"There's no character out there quite like Venom; he's the most awesome character in Marvel history", Fleischer said.

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We'll have to wait and see. "Do we have a deal?" the symbiote replies.

The Dunkirk star plays a journalist who gains incredible powers when his body becomes host to an alien "symbiotic", while The Night Of star plays Carlton Drake, a corrupt businessman who wants to harness the power of symbiotes to prolong life. Now a new trailer has been shared and the good news is that you do finally see Venom, although not until the end of the trailer. In the comics, she was the first She-Venom, though trailer does not drop any hint about that. Perhaps it makes more sense to have a She-Venom in the sequel.

Unlike Sony's original "Spider-Man" trilogy or the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Venom" strikes a darker, grittier tone.

However, the film shares the world of Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is set in the MCU.

Last year, Geek reported that Tom Holland's Spider-Man will have no part in this flick. These alien extensions are acting instinctively, as opposed to Grace's version, which was a bit basic and felt like he was simply harnessing powers that mirrored Spider-Man's.